Frequently Asked Questions

To find out what school your address is zoned for, type in your address and ZIP code into the search box on the School Data page. If you want to see schools near you, just type in your ZIP code.

This website is an independent service provided by the Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF), using publicly available data published by the Florida Department of Education. JPEF is an independent nonprofit organization not formally affiliated with Duval County Public Schools (DCPS). Although JPEF and DCPS maintain cooperative efforts to make sure all information presented on is as aligned with current DCPS records as possible, reports accessed here should not be considered official district publications. 

For officially published DCPS performance reports, visit the DCPS Office of Instructional Research and Accountability.

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The Jacksonville Public Education Fund is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening the demand for excellent public schools. Through collaboration with the community and Duval County Public Schools, we envision a future when all students graduate ready for college and the workforce. We achieve our goals through three core strategies: research, community mobilization and advocacy. For more information about who we are and what we do, visit the Our Story page.

When you click on the Learn tab of, you can find a full array of resources, including:

  • Find schools near you, or browse all schools in our school locator. Type in your full address to find out what schools you are zoned for. Get started >>
  • See the latest research and publications.
  • Explore interactive visualizations of how Duval County is performing on a series of measures. Take a look >>
  • See how counties throughout Northeast Florida are performing on the Regional Dashboard. Start here >>
  • See a full list of resources to help parents, community members, researchers and others. Browse these key links >>

Looking for something else and can't find it here? Want to suggest additional data you'd like to know about public schools? Let us know! Email to ask your question or suggest a topic for research.

All data reported on comes directly from publicly-available datasets produced by the Florida Department of Education, and is updated as regularly as updates are released. For links to specific source datasets, see “Source” credits listed on each page or the links listed under the “FLDOE Data and Research Resources” heading in our Resources tab.

This could happen for a number of reasons. In some cases, certain measures of performance are not reported because that school does not receive an accountability grade (for example, dedicated ESE centers and schools operated by the Department of Juvenile Justice do not typically receive school grades). In other cases, data for certain measures may be withheld because there were too few students in a reporting group at a school to make it eligible to report on. In the case of newer schools, current or prior year information may not be available depending on how recently the school opened.

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In JPEF's 2019 Public Perceptions Poll, the Jacksonville community said once again they would support a small tax for schools.

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Did You Know?

86.5 % of students district-wide graduated high school in 2019, a record high.

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