Escambia County School District

The Escambia County School District is the organization responsible for the administration of public schools in Escambia County, Florida, in the United States. The district currently administers 35 elementary schools, nine middle schools, and seven high schools, as well as a number of specialized centers.

The district is administered by a superintendent and a five-member school board.

The current Superintendent of Schools is Jim Paul who is elected and serves a four year term. The Deputy Superintendent of Schools is Norm Ross, the former principal of Pensacola High School.

The members of the school board are: District 1 - Jeff Bergosh, District 2 - Gerald Boone, District 3 - Claudia Brown-Curry, District 4 - Patty Hightower (Chair), and District 5 - Pete Gindl, Sr. (Vice Chair). These members are elected in their respective districts for a four year term.


Adult Centers

High schools

Woodham High School was converted to a middle school following the 2006-2007 school year.

Middle Schools

Effective for the 2007-2008 school year, Wedgewood Middle School and Brentwood Middle School students were transferred to Woodham High School, now Woodham Middle School. Brownsville Middle School students were transferred to Warrington Middle School, Brown Barge Middle School students were transferred into the Brentwood Middle School building, and Brownsville, Brentwood, and Wedgewood schools were closed.

Elementary schools

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