Mcso Juveniles Ocala, FL 34475


Mcso Juveniles - School Profile

Mcso Juveniles
700 Nw 30th Ave
Ocala, FL 34475-5606

Phone: (352) 732-1450

School Type: Other/Unclassified
School Level: Other or Ungraded School
School Status: Operational

School District: Marion
County: Marion

Location: Small City (less than 100,000)

Enrollment Information (2013-2014 school year)

Students: 23

Lowest Grade in School: 05
Highest Grade in School: 12

Students by Grade
Grade 5: 1
Grade 6: 1
Grade 7: 2
Grade 8: 2
Grade 9: 6
Grade 10: 7
Grade 11: 2
Grade 12: 2

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Nearby Public Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Marion Reg. Juvenile Detention Center, FL (< 0.1 mile)
College Park Elementary School, FL (1.4 miles S)
Howard Middle School, FL (1.4 miles ENE)
Madison Street Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, FL (1.4 miles ESE)
Dr N H Jones Elementary School, FL (1.4 miles SE)
Community Technical & Adult Education Center, FL (1.9 miles SE)
Francis Marion Military Academy, FL (1.9 miles S)
Vanguard High School, FL (2.7 miles ENE)
Osceola Middle School, FL (2.7 miles ESE)
Eighth Street Elementary School, FL (2.7 miles ESE)

Nearby Private Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Meadowbrook Academy, FL (2.4 miles SW)
St. John Lutheran School, FL (3.4 miles ESE)
New Horizon Academy, FL (3.4 miles ENE)
First Assembly Christian School & Daycare, FL (3.6 miles E)
The Cornerstone School, FL (3.6 miles SE)
Trinity Catholic High School, FL (3.6 miles S)
Grace Building Blocks School, FL (5.1 miles SE)
Redeemer Christian School, FL (7.2 miles SSE)

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