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And justice for all Students and teachers change classrooms at the Criminal Justice Academy at Pinellas Park High School. The program focuses on career-related opportunities in the legal system.


And justice for all Students and teachers change classrooms at the Criminal Justice Academy at Pinellas Park High School. The program focuses on career-related opportunities in the legal system.

Here are of some of the largest private schools in Pinellas County:

Admiral Farragut Academy

501 Park St. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 397; pre-K through 12; phone: (727) 384-5500; Web site:

Allendale Academy Private School

7208 Amhurst Way, Clearwater; enrollment: 892; K-12; phone: (727) 531-2481; Web site: allendale

Blessed Sacrament Catholic School

11501 66th Ave. N, Seminole; enrollment: 197; K-8; phone: (727) 391-4060; Web site:

Calvary Christian High School

110-A N McMullen-Booth Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 220; 9-12; phone: (727) 449-2247; Web site:

Canterbury School of Florida

Hough Campus (pre-K through 4), 1200 Snell Isle Blvd. NE, St. Petersburg, and Knowlton Campus (grades 5-12), 990 62nd Ave. NE, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 430; phone: (727) 525-1419; Web site:

Clearwater Academy International

801 Drew St.; enrollment: 250; preschool-12; phone: (727) 446-1722; Web site:

Clearwater Central Catholic High School

2750 Haines Bayshore Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 537; 9-12; phone: (727) 531-1449; Web site:

Country Day School

11499 Vonn Road, Largo; enrollment: 200; preschool-8; phone: (727) 596-1902; Web site:

Countryside Christian Academy

1850 McMullen-Booth Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 155; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 799-1618; Web site:

Delphi Academy of Florida

831 Drew St., Clearwater; enrollment: 140; preschool-9; phone: (727) 447-6385; web site:

Dunedin Academy Preparatory School

1408 County Road 1; enrollment: 270; preschool12; phone: (727) 733-9148; Web site:

Espiritu Santo Catholic School

2405A Philippe Parkway, Safety Harbor; enrollment: 548; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 812-4650; Web site:

First Christian Academy

2795 Keystone Road, Tarpon Springs; enrollment: 200; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 943-7411; Web site: first

First Lutheran School

1644 Nursery Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 200; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 462-8000; Web site:

Grace Lutheran School

4301 16th St. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 245; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 527-6213; Web site:

Guardian Angels Catholic School

2270 Evans Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 395; K-8; phone: (727) 799-6724; Web site:

Gulf Coast Christian School

6355 38th Ave. N., St. Petersburg; enrollment: 220; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 345-3448; Web site:

Holy Family Catholic School

250 78th Ave. NE, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 300; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 526-8194; Web site:

Indian Rocks Christian School

12685 Ulmerton Road, Largo; enrollment: 900; pre-K through 12; phone: (727) 596-4321; Web site:

Keswick Christian School

10101 54th Ave. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 551; pre-K through 12; phone: (727) 393-9100; Web site:

Lakeside Christian School

1897 Sunset Point Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 235; K-12; phone: (727) 461-3311; Web site: lakesidechristian

Liberty Christian School

9401 Fourth St. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 186; pre-K through 5; phone: (727) 576-9635; Web site:

Lutheran Church of the Cross Day School

4400 Chancellor St. NE, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 400; preschool-8; phone: (727) 522-8331; Web site:

New Horizons Country Day School

2060 Nebraska Ave., Palm Harbor; enrollment: 200; pre-K through 5; phone: (727) 785-8591; Web site:

Northside Christian School

7777 62nd Ave. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 756; pre-K through 12; phone: (727) 541-7593; Web site:

Oldsmar Christian School

650 Burbank Road; enrollment: 230; K-12; phone: (813) 855-5746; Web site:

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School

730 San Salvador Drive, Dunedin; enrollment: 245; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 733-3776; Web site:

Our Savior Lutheran School

5843 Fourth Ave. S., St. Petersburg; enrollment: 190; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 344-1026; Web site:

Palm Harbor Montessori Academy

Nebraska Avenue campus, 2355 Nebraska Ave., Palm Harbor, and East Lake campus, 1961 East Lake Road, Palm Harbor; enrollment: 245; pre-K through 9; phone: (727) 786-1854 (Nebraska Avenue) and (727) 781-8980 (East Lake); Web site:

Pinellas County Jewish Day School

1775 S Highland Ave., Clearwater; enrollment: 205; transitional kindergarten-8; phone: (727) 588-0100; Web site:

Sacred Heart Interparochial School

7951 46th Way N, Pinellas Park; enrollment: 175; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 544-1106; Web site:

Safety Harbor Montessori Academy

2669 McMullen-Booth Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 200; preschool-8; phone: (727) 724-1767; Web site:

St. Cecelia Interparochial School

400 S Hillcrest Ave., Clearwater; enrollment: 530; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 461-1200; Web site:

St. John Vianney Catholic School

500 84th Ave., St. Pete Beach; enrollment: 150; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 360-1113; Web site:

St. Jude Cathedral School

600 58th St. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 457; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 347-8622; Web site: cathedral

St. Patrick Catholic School

1501 Trotter Road, Largo; enrollment: 185; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 581-4865; Web site:

St. Paul Catholic School

1900 12th St. N, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 326; preschool-8; phone: (727) 823-6144; Web site: stpaulcatholic

Saint Paul's School

1600 St. Pauls Drive, Clearwater; pre-K through 8; enrollment: 478; phone: (727) 536-2756; Web site:

St. Petersburg Catholic High School

6333 Ninth Ave. N; enrollment: 635; 9-12; phone: (727) 344-4065; Web site:

St. Petersburg Christian School

2021 62nd Ave. N; enrollment: 577; K-8; enrollment: 480; phone: (727) 522-3000; Web site:

St. Raphael Catholic School

1376 Snell Isle Blvd. NE, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 211; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 821-9663; Web site:

Shorecrest Preparatory School

5101 First St. NE, St. Petersburg; enrollment: 975; preschool-12; phone: (727) 522-2111; Web site:

Skycrest Christian School

129 N Belcher Road, Clearwater; enrollment: 400; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 797-1186; Web site: sky

Wellington School

Seminole campus, 8000 Starkey Road, and St. Petersburg campus, 5175 45th St. N; enrollment: 350; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 397-4565 (Seminole), and 528-8717 (St. Petersburg); Web site:

Westlake Christian School

1551 Belcher Road, Palm Harbor; enrollment: 500; pre-K through 8; phone: (727) 781-3808; Web site:

Pinellas School Search: Private schools listing 01/31/09 [Last modified: Monday, February 2, 2009 1:47pm]
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