School Demographics

The total number of students currently enrolled in Charlotte County Public Schools for the current school year is 15155*.
For more information on the demographic make-up of Charlotte County Public Schools, please contact John Weant at 941-255-0808, ext. 3091.


Demographic Makeup By School of Attendance

School Total Students Percentage
Baker Pre-K Center 118 0.78%
Charlotte Harbor Center 137 0.90%
Charlotte High School 1843 12.16%
Deep Creek Elementary 658 4.34%
East Elementary 706 4.66%
Kingsway Elementary 606 4.00%
L. A. Ainger Middle School 687 4.53%
Lemon Bay High School 1206 7.96%
Liberty Elementary 572 3.77%
Meadow Park Elementary 683 4.51%
Murdock Middle 806 5.32%
Myakka River Elementary 493 3.25%
Neil Armstrong Elementary 761 5.02%
Peace River Elementary 696 4.59%
Port Charlotte High School 1627 10.74%
Port Charlotte Middle 836 5.52%
Punta Gorda Middle 1148 7.58%
Sallie Jones Elementary 622 4.10%
The Academy 359 2.37%
Vineland Elementary 591 3.90%

Demographic Makeup By Grade

Grade Level Total Students Percentage
Grade 0 0.00%
Grade 01 1043 6.88%
Grade 02 1149 7.58%
Grade 03 1047 6.91%
Grade 04 1127 7.44%
Grade 05 1066 7.03%
Grade 06 1063 7.01%
Grade 07 1164 7.68%
Grade 08 1314 8.67%
Grade 09 1155 7.62%
Grade 10 1299 8.57%
Grade 11 1270 8.38%
Grade 12 1280 8.45%
Grade KG 818 5.40%
Grade PK 337 2.22%

Demographic Makeup By Gender

Gender Total Students Percentage
F 7262 47.92%
M 7893 52.08%

Demographic Makeup By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Percentage
Asian 1.60%
Black/African American 9.03%
Hispanic/Latino 14.33%
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 0.30%
Mixed 4.69%
White 70.06%

The following links provide a variety of demographic data on Charlotte County and Florida:

*Statistics do not include other programs such as Adult & Community Education, Charlotte Technical Center, Crossroads, Virtual School, Home School, or Charter Schools.

Statement of Non-Discrimination

The School Board complies with all federal laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and with all requirements and regulations of the U.S. Department of Education. It is the policy of the Board that no person in this District shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, marital status, disability, or legally-protected characteristic, be discriminated against, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to, discrimination in any program or activity for which the Board is responsible or for which it receives financial assistance from the U. S. Department of Education. (Policy 1122)