School Districts

Elementary Schools Grades K-6

Elementary Choice Schools are Educational Program Opportunities (EPO) in the open enrollment process enabling selection of an elementary school based specialized curriculum and unique themes. The district has several choice elementary schools. The individual school websites contain detailed educational program information. Prior to submitting an application for an EPO it is important to review the school's application requirements, specific terms and conditions, regional busing, and the lottery process. 

Freedom 7 Elementary School of International Studies (K-6)
Golfview Magnet Elementary Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) School (K-6)
Robert Lewis Stevenson Elementary School of the Arts (K-6)
West Melbourne Elementary School of Science (K-6)
South Lake Elementary Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) School (K-6)

Junior/Senior High Schools Grades 7-12

Open Enrollment processes for secondary grade students, 7th through 12th grade, are Educational Location Option (ELO) and Educational Program Opportunity (EPO). An ELO is an Open Enrollment process enabling parents to select a school for their student outside of the family's zoned/home school. An EPO is an Open Enrollment process enabling parents to choose an educational program at an identified school for their student based on specialized curriculum or theme of study not offered at the family's zoned/home school. While all BPS schools accept registration at any time for their zoned students, based on residential address, the district has specific guidelines and application periods for parents and guardians of students looking to go to a school other than their zoned school of attendance. The following links provide detail for the variety of secondary open enrollment options available to Brevard families:

Edgewood Jr/Sr High School (7-12)
Westshore Jr/Sr High School (7-12)
McNair Magnet Middle School Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) School (7-8)
Palm Bay Magnet High Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) School (9-12)
Stone Magnet Middle School Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) School (7-8)
Madison Middle School Innov8 STEAM Academy (7-8)

Cambridge (AICE)

Cambridge courses at the high school prepare students for success in college, with a strong emphasis on collegiate writing, critical thinking, and global perspectives. AICE level Cambridge classes (typically junior/senior level classes) allow students to earn college credit while in high school. Earning the Cambridge Diploma, along with 100 hours of community service, automatically qualifies a student for the highest level Bright Futures Scholarship, regardless of GPA or SAT/ACT scores.

https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/

Eau Gallie High School (9-12)
Heritage High School (9-12)
Jackson Middle School (7-8)
Johnson Middle School (7-8)
Kennedy Middle School (7-8)
Rockledge High School (9-12)

International Baccalaureate (IB)

The International Baccalaureate programmes encourage both personal and academic achievement, challenging students to excel in their studies and in their personal development. Successful high school IB students obtain an internationally recognized diploma accepted by leading universities around the world. IB students can earn college credit while in high school. Earning the IB Diploma, along with 100 hours of community service, automatically qualifies a student for the highest level Bright Futures Scholarship, regardless of GPA or SAT/ACT scores.

Cocoa Beach Jr/Sr High School (7-12)
Melbourne High School (9-12)


District EPO Program List by School 2019 - 2020

Florida Department of Education - 2018 School Grades for Brevard County