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Pinellas magnet and fundamental schools and career academies

The Jacobson Culinary Arts Academy at Tarpon Springs High helps prepare students for jobs in the culinary industry by simulating the commercial kitchen experience.

JIM DAMASKE | Times

The Jacobson Culinary Arts Academy at Tarpon Springs High helps prepare students for jobs in the culinary industry by simulating the commercial kitchen experience.

Magnets, Fundamentals and more

These are the magnet, fundamental and career academy programs listed in the Pinellas school system's District Application Programs Guide for the 2013-14 academic year. For a copy of the guide, go to pcsb.org.

Elementary

Magnet programs

• Center for Advancement of the Sciences and Technology at Bay Point Elementary.

• Center for the Arts and International Studies at Perkins Elementary

• Center for Gifted Studies at Ridgecrest Elementary

• Center for Journalism and Multimedia Studies at Melrose Elementary

• Center for Mathematics and Engineering at Jamerson Elementary

• International Baccalaureate — Primary Years Program at Sanderlin IB World School

• Montessori Academy at Gulfport Elementary

Fundamental schools

• Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary

• Curtis Fundamental Elementary

• Lakeview Fundamental Elementary

• Madeira Beach Fundamental Elementary

• Pasadena Fundamental Elementary

• Tarpon Springs Fundamental Elementary

Middle

Magnet programs

• Center for Advancement of the Sciences and Technology at Bay Point Middle

• Center for the Arts at John Hopkins Middle

• Center for Journalism and Multimedia at John Hopkins Middle

• Center for Gifted Studies at Dunedin Highland Middle

• Center for Gifted Studies at Morgan Fitzgerald Middle

• Center for Gifted Studies at Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle

• International Studies, Middle Years Program at Sanderlin IB World School

Fundamental schools

• Clearwater Fundamental Middle

• Madeira Beach Fundamental Middle

• Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle

High

Magnet programs

• Business Economics Technology Academy (BETA) at Gibbs High

• Cambridge Program — Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) at Clearwater High

• Cambridge Program — Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) at Dixie Hollins High

• Cambridge Program — Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) at Tarpon Springs High

• Center for Advanced Technologies (CAT) at Lakewood High

• Center for Wellness and Medical Professions at Boca Ciega High

• Center for Wellness and Medical Professions at Palm Harbor University High

• Criminal Justice Academy at Pinellas Park High

• Exploring Careers & Education in Leadership (ExCel) at Largo High

• First Responders: National Guard Center for Emergency Management at Pinellas Park High

• Honors Option Leading to the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma program at Largo High

• Institute for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (ISTEM) at Countryside High

• International Baccalaureate (IB) program at Palm Harbor University High

• International Baccalaureate (IB) program at St. Petersburg High

• Leadership Conservatory for the Arts at Tarpon Springs High

• Pinellas County Center for the Arts (PCCA) at Gibbs High

Fundamental schools

• Boca Ciega High fundamental program (school-within-a-school) (grades 9-11 only in 2013-14)

• Dunedin High fundamental program (school-within-a-school) (grades 9-11 only in 2013-14)

• Osceola Fundamental High (schoolwide program)

Career Academies, Designated Career Technical Programs

• Academy of Architectural Design and Building Technologies at Dunedin High

• Academy of Engineering at East Lake High

•Academy for Aquatic Management Systems and Environmental Technology at Lakewood High

• Academy of Finance at Northeast High

• Academy of Information Technology at Northeast High

• Automotive Academy at Northeast High

• Career Academy for International Culture and Commerce at Clearwater High

• Center for Computer Technologies at Countryside High

• Center for Construction Technologies at St. Petersburg High

• Center for Culinary Arts at Dixie Hollins High

• Center for Culinary Arts at Northeast High

• Center for Education and Leadership at Seminole High

• Graphic Arts Academy at Dixie Hollins High

• Jacobson Culinary Arts Academy at Tarpon Springs High

• Veterinary Science Academy at Tarpon Springs High

Source: pcsb.org

Pinellas magnet and fundamental schools and career academies 01/11/13 [Last modified: Friday, January 11, 2013 4:22pm]
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