St. Johns County Approves Attendance Zones for 2 New Schools; Location of New Nocatee K-8 Picked

The St. Johns County School Board in Florida has unanimously approved attendance zone changes for two new schools set to open next fall. The first school, known as “NN,” is a K-8 school in the Shearwater area, which will accommodate over 1,000 students from eight neighborhoods. The second school, “OO,” is located in the Beacon Lakes area and will serve nearly 1,200 students from six neighborhoods. The board also approved the location for another K-8 school, “RR,” in Nocatee, expected to open for the 2026-27 school year, along with “QQ” in SilverLeaf. The district plans to open five new K-8 schools within the next three years.

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