Naples School Districts
If you are moving to Naples with your children, you'll be glad to know that this area has a number of excellent public schools available. Naples is served by the District School Board of Collier County and has over twenty public elementary schools, seven middle schools, and six high schools. You can use our advanced search feature to determine which specific schools your child would end up at based on the location of the home that you buy. Like any public school district, some schools in Naples are better than others, so it's worthwhile to take a look at the school district maps to determine where your child will go. In Florida, public schools are rated based upon their Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test scores as well as other criteria such as student to teacher ratio, classes offered, etc. According to the Florida Department of Education, thirteen public elementary schools in Naples have a grade of "A" from the state. The remaining schools have either a grade of "B" or "C". At the middle school level, each one of Naples' schools has a rating of "A" with the exception of one "B". Public high schools in Naples, Florida, don't fare quite as well with two "B"s, two "C"s, and two "D"s (2012).
A few tips on how to use the Naples School Districts Maps below: click on the picture or the text description, then RIGHT click the large file and save it on your computer as a PDF to zoom in on the area of interest. There are also more useful links below the Naples Schools Maps.
|Naples High School Districts Map||Naples Middle School Districts Map|
|Naples Elementary School Districts Map||Immokalee Elementary School Districts|
To go to the official Collier County Public Schools website, click HERE.
Private Schools in Naples
In addition to the numerous options for public education in the Naples school district, there are also multiple private institutions available from the preschool level through high school. Private schools in the area are a great option for families that can afford them, though there are certainly excellent options amongst the public schools as well. Districting is not a concern when enrolling in a private school, though it would be worthwhile to check the proximity of your home to any private schools you are interested in before making your final purchasing decisions. There are currently no institutions of higher learning in Naples, though there are a few colleges and universities within easy driving distance. Ave Maria University is located about 35 miles northeast of Naples, Hodges University is about 10 miles away in Fort Myers, and Edison State College is the closest at about 7 miles from Naples.
Considering a Move in Naples, Florida?
If you are moving to Naples with school-age children, choosing the right Naples, Florida, schools for your kids is likely an important part of your home buying decision. Make sure to do your research and look for home listings that lie within the appropriate school districts or near your favorite Naples private schools. You can also cut down on your workload by talking to a buyer's agent about the best Naples schools and excellent housing options available near those schools. A buyer's agent can offer insider advice about Naples communities, help you find the latest listings faster, and help you secure a better deal on your dream home. Call 239-455-5554 today to learn more.