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Pinellas County fundamental schools

These schools provide a structured environment and a "back-to-basics" approach. Important features: a focus on student responsibility and self-discipline, daily homework, a dress code that exceeds that of the school district, and parents are required to attend conferences and monthly meetings.


Bay Vista Fundamental

5900 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St. S, St. Petersburg; (727) 893-2335

Curtis Fundamental

531 Beltrees St., Dunedin; (727) 738-6483

Lakeview Fundamental

2229 25th St. S, St. Petersburg

(727) 893-2139

Madeira Beach Fundamental

591 Tom Stuart Causeway

Madeira Beach; (727) 547-7697

Pasadena Fundamental

95 72nd St. N, St. Petersburg

(727) 893-2646

Tarpon Springs Fundamental

400 E Harrison St., Tarpon Springs

(727) 943-5508


Clearwater Fundamental

1660 Palmetto St., Clearwater

(727) 298-1609

Madeira Beach Fundamental

591 Tom Stuart Causeway, Madeira Beach; (727) 547-7697

Thurgood Marshall Fundamental

3901 22nd Ave. S, St. Petersburg (727) 552-1737


Boca Ciega High

School-within-a-school program

924 58th St. S, Gulfport; (727) 893-2780

Dunedin High

School-within-a-school program

1651 Pinehurst Road, Dunedin

(727) 469-4100

Osceola Fundamental

9751 98th St. N, Seminole; (727) 547-7717


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