Fessenden Elementary School Ocala, FL 34482


Fessenden Elementary School - School Profile

Fessenden Elementary School
4200 Nw 89th Pl
Ocala, FL 34482-1542

Phone: (352) 671-4935

School Type: Regular
School Level: Primary School
School Status: Operational

School District: Marion
County: Marion

Location: Rural, Fringe

Enrollment Information (2013-2014 school year)

Students: 499
Teachers: 27
Student-Teacher Ratio: 18.5 to 1

Lowest Grade in School: Pre-Kindergarten
Highest Grade in School: 05

Students by Grade
Pre-K: 20
Kindergarten: 80
Grade 1: 77
Grade 2: 80
Grade 3: 84
Grade 4: 66
Grade 5: 92

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Nearby Public Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Marion Youth Academy, FL (2.4 miles N)
North Marion Middle School, FL (3.9 miles NNE)
Evergreen Elementary School, FL (4.7 miles SE)
Anthony Elementary School, FL (4.9 miles E)
North Marion High School, FL (5.1 miles NE)
Vanguard High School, FL (5.6 miles SE)
Marion Reg. Juvenile Detention Center, FL (6 miles S)
Mcso Juveniles, FL (6 miles S)
Reddick-Collier Elementary School, FL (6.1 miles N)
Oakcrest Elementary School, FL (6.1 miles SE)

Nearby Private Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

New Horizon Academy, FL (6 miles SE)
First Assembly Christian School & Daycare, FL (7.2 miles SE)
Meadowbrook Academy, FL (7.5 miles S)
St. John Lutheran School, FL (8.8 miles SSE)
The Cornerstone School, FL (9 miles SSE)
Trinity Catholic High School, FL (9.6 miles S)
Grace Building Blocks School, FL (10.3 miles SSE)
Redeemer Christian School, FL (13.2 miles SSE)

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