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About Hendry County Schools

Hendry County School District is America's sweetest school district. From raising sugar cane, to citrus, to cattle, Hendry County is situated in the rural agricultural Heartland of Florida. We have over 7,000 students and close to 1,000 employees. Both our staff and students come from a rich diversity of experiences. With over 65% percent of students of Hispanic descent and 15% of African American, we are truly a majority minority school district. We are proud of our student diversity and the opportunity that diversity has to enrich the learning experiences of our students.

We are also proud of the positive impact our teachers and staff have on our students daily. Both of our high schools have produced the best graduation rates in their respective histories in recent years. This is a testament to the work our teachers do in our entire pre-K-12 system. From offering voluntary pre-kindergarten opportunities at each one of our six elementary schools to advanced adult education programs in welding and diesel mechanics, we offer a wide array of programs designed to inspire, engage, challenge our students to be the best version of themselves. 

We are proud of our Leader in Me and positive behavior and intervention programs that both teach our students to make good decisions. The Collegiate Academies at both high schools annually see students graduate with both their high school diploma and an Associate of Arts (two­ year college) degree from Florida Southwestern State College. Our schools are offering the types of programs that help our students to create a positive and fulfilling future for themselves. Whether a student is interested in pursuing college or a vocational trade after high school, our district meets the needs of our students. Through robust Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) and Advanced Placement (AP) programs and an ever-expanding course offering in Career and Technical Education (CTE), our students will be prepared for both college and/or a career. 

Our Vision

Students will be prepared for the future of their choice through equitable learning experiences and high expectations of achievement with the ability to think critically and to become contributing members of society.

Our Mission

Through a culture of excellence and equity, an engaging and supportive environment, meaningful relationships, strong communication and collaboration, Hendry County School District puts students on the path to a positive and fulfilling future.

Mailing Address LaBelle District  
P.O. Box 1980 LaBelle, FL. 33975 300 W. Cowboy Way Labelle, FL. 33935  
Clewiston 475 E. Osceola Ave. 33440  


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Equal Opportunity Statement

The School Board of Hendry County, Fla prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of race, sex, national origin, genetic information, marital status, disability, age, or religion.  It also includes all protection required by 34 CFR, 108.9 (Boy Scouts Act). Reasonable accommodations are available for persons with disabilities to complete the application and/or interview process.  Applicants/individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may contact the District's HR Department at 863-674-4550 for assistance.  Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint, or individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) may call the HR Department at (863) 674-4550.