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Hernando County's private schools

Faith Christian Academy and Learning Center

175 Springtime St. Spring Hill, FL 34608

(352) 686-9350

Serves grades: preschool (K-3) through sixth

Director: Claudia Tassey

School begins: Aug. 18

Hernando Christian Academy

7200 Emerson Road Brooksville, FL 34601

(352) 796-0616

Serves grades: prekindergarten through 12th

Superintendent: Ron Watford

School begins: Sept. 2

Methodist School Center

109 S Broad St. Brooksville, FL 34601

Telephone: (352) 796-3496

Serves grades: prekindergarten through eighth

Director: Sandra Sullivan

School begins: Aug. 20

Notre Dame Catholic School

1095 Commercial Way Spring Hill, FL 34606

Telephone: (352) 683-0755

Serves grades: early childhood through eighth

Principal: Sister Eileen Marie Woodbury

School begins: Aug. 14; open house Aug. 13

Spring Hill Christian Academy

3140 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill, FL 34609

Telephone: (352) 683-8485

Serves grades: prekindergarten through 12th

Principal: Michael Willis

School begins: Aug. 18; parent orientation, Aug. 15

West Hernando Christian School

2250 Osowaw Blvd. Spring Hill, FL 34607

Telephone: (352) 688-9918

Serves grades: prekindergarten through 12th

Principal: Marti Covert

School begins: Aug. 18; orientation, Aug. 15

Wider Horizons School

4060 Castle Ave. Spring Hill, FL 34609

Telephone: (352) 686-1934

Serves grades: preschool through 12th

Administrators: Domenick and Julie Maglio

School begins: Aug. 18.

Hernando County's private schools 08/02/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 10:03am]
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