19977 Public School

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Moore School 20 West Frazier Street Smyrna DE 19977 302-659-6297

North Smyrna Elementary School 365 North Main Street Smyrna DE 19977 302-653-8589

Smyrna Elementary School 121 South School Lane Smyrna DE 19977 302-653-8588

Smyrna High School 500 Duck Creek Parkway Smyrna DE 19977 302-653-8581

Smyrna Ilc School 22 South Main Street Smyrna DE 19977 302-653-8585

Smyrna Middle School 700 Duck Creek Parkway Smyrna DE 19977 302-653-8584

Sunnyside Elementary School 123 Rabbit Chase Lane Smyrna DE 19977 302-653-2808

Clayton Elementary School 510 Main Street Clayton DE 19938 4.9 miles from 19977 302-653-8587

Providence Elementary School 273 Duck Creek Road Clayton DE 19938 5.0 miles from 19977 302-653-6276

North Dover Elementary School 855 College Road Dover DE 19904 8.0 miles from 19977 302-672-1980

Towne Point Elementary School 629 Buckson Drive Dover DE 19901 8.4 miles from 19977 302-672-1590

Dover High School 1 Patrick Lynn Drive Dover DE 19904 8.5 miles from 19977 302-672-1526

Fairview Elementary School 700 Walker Road Dover DE 19904 8.9 miles from 19977 302-672-1645

Campus Community School 350 Pear Street Dover DE 19904 9.2 miles from 19977 302-736-0403

Central Middle School 211 Delaware Avenue Dover DE 19901 9.4 miles from 19977 302-672-1772

Academy of Dover Charter School 104 Saulsbury Road Dover DE 19901 9.5 miles from 19977 302-674-0684

Kent County Community School 55 Carver Road Dover DE 19904 9.5 miles from 19977 302-672-1960

Henry Middle School 65 Carver Road Dover DE 19904 9.6 miles from 19977 302-672-1622

Washington Elementary School 901 Forest Street Dover DE 19904 9.6 miles from 19977 302-672-1900

Townsend Early Childhood Center 10 Brook Ramble Lane Townsend DE 19734 10.0 miles from 19977 302-378-9960

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Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.

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Vocational-Technical, or Vo-Tech, Schools are schools that provide training in trades or technical fields, usually on a part-time basis, to students. While part of the school-day or week is spent in Vo-Tech coursework, the traditional portion of the curriculum is provided by the student's home school district. Most Vo-Tech Schools are for students in high school grades.