at 9735 R G Skinner Pkwy, Jacksonville, 32256-3979 United States
Atlantic Coast High School is a public high school in the Duval County Public Schools district, located in southeast Jacksonville, Florida.OverviewConstruction of the 302,000-square-foot building was completed during the spring of 2010 at a cost of nearly $78 million. The school was constructed to relieve overcrowding at Sandalwood High School, Englewood High School, Wolfson High School and Mandarin High School. Sandalwood is the largest high school in Duval County, followed by Mandarin High School. The main feeder schools are Kernan Middle School and Twin Lakes Academy.Students in grades 9-11 will attend the 2010-11 school year, allowing current seniors to graduate from their present school. The school will graduate their first senior class in 2012. Atlantic Coast High School has a capacity of 2,300 students. The two-story school building has an open courtyard between wings. The building is divided into "houses", one for each grade level, then further organized into "extended learning centers", where team teaching permits an instructor to provide help for individual students.The gymnasium seats 1,621 and the auditorium's capacity is 840. There are tables and chairs for 450 inside the café, but another 100 can sit in the outdoor courtyard. The media center has a television studio. The school mascot is the stingray, and their colors are black and burnt orange. The school is currently zoned for the communities of Deerwood, Baymeadows, and neighborhoods along Southside and Butler Boulevards.
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