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Parcels still being scouted for new south-end high school

| Wendy Victora Rudman

Navarre High School, which ended the school year with just over 2,200 students, isn’t far from reaching its full capacity of 2,369.

With that in mind and more growth on the way, Santa Rosa County School District officials are in the process of negotiating for a parcel of land between Navarre and Gulf Breeze that would be ideal for a new high school.

This former acreage (left) from the west course of Tiger Point Golf Course provides options for the Santa Rosa County School District for school expansion in Gulf Breeze. These two side-by-side parcels (right) just west of the Holley by the Sea Recreation Center are owned by the Santa Rosa County School District and factor into plans for future schools.

 

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