Principal: Tennille Wallace
School colors: Orange & BlackSchool mascot: TigersSchool hours: Office—7:30 am – 3:30 pm; Student—7:55 am – 2:05 pm
In 1879, Port Orange families paid by subscription to provide for group schooling rather than home schooling for the area’s children. Classes were small and the furniture was crude. The first school building was located on Halifax Drive where the Port Orange Civic Center is now located. J.B. Case, who also worked by subscription, was the first teacher at the Port Orange School. He came to Port Orange after teaching at the Tomoka Settlement. After teaching in primitive quarters without standardized books, Case oversaw the construction of a new one-room schoolhouse in 1889. This new building was located on the southwest corner of Dunlawton and Orange Avenues and was used for several years until the coming of the railroad...read more.
From the intersection of US 92 (ISB) and Nova Road, proceed east on ISB to US 1 (Ridgewood Ave.). Turn right and travel south about eight miles to Dunlawton Ave. Turn right. School is about two blocks west on the left.
I-95 Exit at Dunlawton Ave (exit 85). Travel east on Dunlawton past the railroad tracks.
I-4 Exit at I-95 and proceed south. Exit I-95 at Dunlawton Ave (exit 85). Travel east on Dunlawton past the railroad tracks.
NSB Take US 1 north to Dunlawton Ave. in Port Orange. Turn left. School is about two blocks west.
NW Take SR 40 east to I-95 and proceed south. Exit I-95 at Dunlawton Ave (exit 85). Travel east on Dunlawton past the railroad tracks.
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