New St. Johns County high school opens Monday after construction delays

Students attend school Monday after delays

St John County’s newest high school opened on Monday after construction delays.

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. – Beachside High School, St. Johns County’s newest high school, opened Monday after construction delays.

It is the only school in the county that did not start school last week.

Gallery: St. Johns County’s new Beachside High School

The school will help alleviate overcrowding in St. Johns County schools. More than 2,000 students have enrolled at the new school.

The school district said the high school promises to be a “state of the art comprehensive school with high-quality academic programs.”

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The school colors will be blue, lime green and gray. The mascot is The Barracuda.


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