History of Education in Pasco County

The old Dade City High School; James W. Marlowe Elementary School, 2004

Main Article & Lists | Mary (Howell) Murray | Reports to the State
Clarence Walter Martin |Various Articles

Summaries of school board minutes: 1887-1899 | 1900-1939 | 1940-1959 | 1960-1969

INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS
Anclote
Black Schools in Dade City
Blanton
Booker T. Washington
Darby
Ehren
Elfers/Mittye P. Locke
Floyd Academy
Greer
Gulf High
Gulf Jr. High/Middle
Hudson
Hudson High
Independence
Lacoochee
Land O’ Lakes High
Loyce
Moore-Mickens Middle
Myrtle/Myrtle-Denham/Denham
New Port Richey
Odessa
Pasco High
Pasco-Hernando Comm. Coll.
Pierce Grammar
Port Richey
Prospect
Richey Elementary
Richland
Ridgewood High
Rodney B. Cox Elementary
St. Joe
San Antonio Schools
Sanders Memorial
Sand Pond
Seven Springs
Slaughter
Trilby
Tucker
Wesley Chapel
Zephyrhills High (short)
Zephyrhills High (by Madonna Wise)
Other Schools

The summaries of school board minutes are copied verbatim, with permission, from a 1997 study by Frank McCormick, President of the East Pasco Retired Educator's Association. See also a less extensive history of Hernando County schools, some of which were located in what is now Pasco County. This site is maintained by Jeff Miller.

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