History of Education in Pasco County
Anclote | Black Schools in Dade City | Blanton | Booker T. Washington | Clay Sink (North of Darby) | Clay Sink (Slaughter) | Darby | Ehren | Elfers/Mittye P. Locke | Floyd Academy | Greer | Gulf High | Gulf Jr. High/Middle |Hudson | Hudson High | Independence | Lacoochee | Land O’ Lakes High | Loyce | Moore-Mickens Middle | Myrtle/Myrtle-Denham/Denham | New Port Richey | Odessa | Pasco High | Pasco-Hernando Comm. Coll. | Pierce Grammar | Port Richey | Prospect | Richey Elementary | Richland| Ridgewood High | Rodney B. Cox Elementary | St. Joe | San Antonio Schools | Sanders Memorial | Sand Pond | Seven Springs | Trilby | Tucker | Wesley Chapel | Zephyrhills High (short) | Zephyrhills High (by Madonna Wise) | Other Schools
The summaries of school board minutes are copied verbatim, with permission, from a 1997 study by Frank McCormick, President of the East Pasco Retired Educator’s Association. See also a less extensive history of Hernando County schools, some of which were located in what is now Pasco County. This site is maintained by Archivist, West Pasco Historical Society.