19901 Public School

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Academy of Dover Charter School 104 Saulsbury Road Dover DE 19901 302-674-0684

Central Middle School 211 Delaware Avenue Dover DE 19901 302-672-1772

Charlton School 278 Sorghum Mill Road Dover DE 19901 302-697-3103

Dover Air Force Base Middle School 3100 Hawthorne Drive Dover DE 19901 302-674-3284

East Dover Elementary School 852 South Little Creek Road Dover DE 19901 302-672-1655

Frear Elementary School 950 Center Road Dover DE 19901 302-697-3279

South East High School 955 South State Street Dover DE 19901 302-672-1690

Towne Point Elementary School 629 Buckson Drive Dover DE 19901 302-672-1590

Welch Elementary School 3100 Hawthorne Drive Dover DE 19901 302-674-9080

Dover High School 1 Patrick Lynn Drive Dover DE 19904 3.6 miles from 19901 302-672-1526

Campus Community School 350 Pear Street Dover DE 19904 3.6 miles from 19901 302-736-0403

Fairview Elementary School 700 Walker Road Dover DE 19904 3.6 miles from 19901 302-672-1645

Henry Middle School 65 Carver Road Dover DE 19904 3.8 miles from 19901 302-672-1622

Washington Elementary School 901 Forest Street Dover DE 19904 3.8 miles from 19901 302-672-1900

North Dover Elementary School 855 College Road Dover DE 19904 3.8 miles from 19901 302-672-1980

Kent County Community School 55 Carver Road Dover DE 19904 3.9 miles from 19901 302-672-1960

Kent County Alternative Programs School 631 Ridgley Boulevard Dover DE 19904 4.1 miles from 19901 302-736-5355

W. Reily Brown Elementary School 360 Webbs Lane Dover DE 19904 5.0 miles from 19901 302-697-2101

Rodney High School 239 Old North Road Camden DE 19934 5.7 miles from 19901 302-697-2161

Simpson Elementary School 5 Old North Road Wyoming DE 19934 5.9 miles from 19901 302-697-3207

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