Palm Beach Public Elementary School

239 Cocoanut Row
Tel: 561-822-0700
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The mission of Palm Beach Public School, through the combined efforts of dedicated staff, parents, volunteers and the community is to educate and be accountable for each student’s achieving self worth, responsibility and growth through learning experiences which emphasize mastery of critical thinking, communication and technical skills, so that they will become productive, participating citizens in our multi-cultural society.

Palm Beach Day Academy

Seaview Campus: 241 Seaview Avenue | Flagler Campus: 1901 South Flagler Drive
Seaview Campus: Tel: 561-655-1188 | Flagler Campus: Tel: 561-832-8815
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The foundation of the Palm Beach Day Academy’s program is the education of our students in an academically challenging and compassion rich environment that guides each child toward personal excellence of mind, body and character. Our graduates are empowered to fulfill their individual potentials in their immediate school futures and beyond. As they move on, they will take with them the richness of our school family.

Rosarian Academy

807 North Flagler Drive
Tel: 561-832-5131
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Rosarian Academy, founded in 1925, is a private, coeducational, Catholic school sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Its mission is to educate the whole person for life in a global community in light of Gospel values.

Cardinal Newman High School

512 Spencer Drive
Tel: 561-683-6266
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The Mission of Cardinal Newman High School is to educate the whole person: spirit, mind, and body, and to help all students develop their God-given talents according to the gospel values of Jesus Christ.

Saint Ann Catholic School

324 North Olive Avenue
Tel: 561-832-3676
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The mission of Saint Ann Catholic School is to provide excellence in education and Christian spiritual development through a strong curriculum rich in Catholic tradition, academics, international awareness, the fine arts, physical development and life learning skills.

Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts

501 South Sapodilla Avenue
Tel: 561-802-6000
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The Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts will provide an outstanding arts-centered education, in concert with a strong academic program, for students with exceptional ability in communication arts, dance, music, theatre, digital media or visual arts. The faculty and staff, in partnership with students, parents, and the community, will strive to meet the individual creative and academic needs of these students.