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Woodland Creek Magazine

QUALITY ROOFING

The Roof Over Your Head

CHOOSING THE RIGHT FLOORPLAN

for Your Family’s Lifestyle

YOUR NEW HOME’S BACKYARD SANCTUARY

Pools Decks & Patios ► Landscaping and Irrigation/Sprinklers ► Outdoor Lighting ►

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Woodland Creek 2016 Issue

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Carl Davis

on in the development and quality of his homes

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Your New Home’s Backyard Sanctuary

Your perfect pool & deck/patio

Your New Home’s Backyard Sanctuary

Creating a beautiful landscape

Your New Home’s Backyard Sanctuary

Light up your outdoor night life

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The Roof Over Your Head Roofing 101 for home buyers

Your Perfect Floor

Wood, tile, linoleum, & more

Choosing the Right Floorplan For You & Your Family’s Lifestyle The floor plan for your lifestyle

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t Builder Homes Inc., we’ll build you the house of your dreams, the house you’ve imagined your whole life, the house for your present and your future, a house that you will make a home. I’m Carl Davis president and CEO of Builder Homes Inc. and I’m here to tell you that at Builder Homes Inc., we will not only build it well but within your budget. We’ve been at it for decades and our standards couldn’t be higher. We use reliable, tried, tested, true and dependable building materials and implement a building process that features a number of checkpoints and inspections. And we offer a 20-year limited warranty to give you peace of mind and we promise that if you don’t feel your experience with Builder Homes Inc. has been a 10, we’ll do what we can to make sure it is. We have been in business for nearly 100 years and we have learned a lot over the millennium. We began our home building business to make sure Americans had a warm, comfortable, safe house to come home to but what we are most proud of is our commitment to energy and water efficiency. We are also proud to have a team of designers and architects and engineers, who are top-notch and dedicated to building you a home to last a lifetime, and many lifetimes beyond; a home for your children and your children’s children or, a house that will sell quickly should you choose that because it has been built by the best. And perhaps even more importantly is our commitment to give back in each and every community Builder Homes Inc. builds houses. We are active in giving back to local communities through charitable and community service programs across the country. We hope you will consider Builder Homes Inc. to build your dream house. Carl Davis

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Pools, Decks & Patios

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wimming pools can greatly increase your quality of life by providing a place for relaxation and recreation. And with the opportunities for design seemingly endless, your pool can reflect your personal design taste and become the centerpiece of your backyard sanctuary. Pool designs can include natural, free-form, traditional geometric styles, interior, or lap or swim-in-place. Other brick negative edge freeform, rock and splash, gradient with tubs and spas within, and many more. Utilizing specific landscaping can add dimension and design as well. But keep in mind that whatever your pool design, and the deck or patio surrounding it, as well as the paths and walkways leading from your home, should complement each other, and the walkways in particular, be as non-slip as possible. When thinking about materials for your deck or patio considers light colors since your comfort may be compromised by too-dark colors that absorb heat. One suggestion is to opt for light-colored bricks or concrete pavers; texture, color, design and safety can all be found in pavers. There are other choices, albeit more costly ones, including fieldstone, slate, flagstone, and marble, that can transform your pool and deck into a Mediterranean seascape.

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Many homeowners opt for the rusticity of a wood deck but keep in mind the refinishing maintenance involve and there are other options including recycled materials, rubber and a spray-on cement-based coating. You have options. Your deck or landscaped patio raises the value of your home, especially if you choice enhancements like described. And, a fenced-in terrace/ patio that abuts a family room is both trendy and increases home value.

Upgrades and enhancements to your new home’s existing pool, deck or patio can not only be beneficial aesthetically but can increase your investment, so be sure to contact [BUILDER] or [pool, deck or patio SUBCONTRACTOR] for more information on how to ensure you get the quality and comfort you desire.

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Landscaping and Irrigation/Sprinklers

here is no shortage of university studies and polls that show people not only are investing more in their back, and front yards, but a specific University of Michigan report reveals “consumers value a landscaped home 11.3 percent higher than the same home without good landscaping.� So not only are enhancements aesthetically pleasing in creating a new home nirvana, your new home has greater value.

There are many ways to go with landscaping; indeed, the possibilities are endless. From a less-lawn, low-maintenance approach with vegetation that cares for itself and foot-friendly groun covers instead of grasses; deeper planting beds with very wide borders mixed with lowmaintenance perennials is an option. A yard filled with trees, trees and more trees is another choice and for

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some not just an aesthetic decision since trees actually appreciates over time; they grow. Planting very young tress is a good idea if you plan to live in your new home forever, but if you may sell in several years, consider medium to full-size tress. And depending on your geography and climate, the choices of what type of trees to plant might be overwhelming but keep in mind, plant what you like and what will work best for your


neck of the woods. Better Homes and Gardens says . The slower growers are hardwoods and tend to live longer. If it's important to establish shade or have flowers relatively quickly, choose a fast-growing tree. Typically, they're smaller, have soft wood, and don't live as long. Scale trees to their surroundings. Use small- or mediumsize varieties for smaller houses and

yards. On any site, put smaller trees near the house and taller ones farther out in the yard or near its edge.

mental grasses and colored berries all add color in the cold seasons. And this also can add value to your home.

Trees and shrubs are either deciduous or evergreen. Deciduous trees lose their leaves in the fall and are bare all winter, though the leaves often give a final show of beautiful colors before they drop. Evergreen trees and shrubs retain their foliage year-round. Some, such as southern magnolia, feature broad leaves. Others, such as pines, have needled foliage. Ornamental trees like Japanese maples, Callery pear, Crabapple, Chinese dogwood, Magnolia, Serviceberry, and Weeping cherry do well in many parts of the country. Citrus trees should be planted in the south and bear lovely, fragrant, white flowers and edible fruits. Great care must be taken with this tree, though. A honey locust, which can grow to 50 feet, is a good shade option, is hardy and can thrive across most zones. And then of course there are the conifers, Pine, Spruce and Arborvitae – which can thrive in most locations and can grow as tall as 100 feet.

Some consider landscaping around water; outdoor water fountains and ponds. This type of enhancement is best discussed with your landscaper who can provide prospective on cost and placement. Finally, your landscaping needs water. And irrigation system is a must unless you will be routinely and regularly water yourself. A properly installed irrigation system by your professional landscaper can keep your landscaped yard looking beautiful, healthy and lush and certainly adds value.

Upgrades and enhancements to your new home’s existing landscaping and irrigation system can not only be beneficial aesthetically but can increase your investment, so be sure to contact [BUILDER] or [Landscaping SUBCONTRACTOR] for more information on how to ensure you have the yard of your dreams.

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Outdoor Lighting

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ost outdoor lighting can run on solar power and is easy to install, showing off your backyard sanctuary beautifully, and silhouettes your trees. Plus, outdoor lighting keeps you and your family safe. When done well, outdoor lighting enhances the architecture of your home and landscape features, casting it all in a lovely light. Not to mention curb appeal. And, investment in outdoor lighting can dramatically increase your home’s value. Choosing the right lighting is again a matter of choice and taste, but many opt for what is called the moonlight effect; a natural light that mimics an intense full moon. Outdoor light may also include lights that illuminate trees when lighted from below, or above; up-lighting is dramatic because light usually to shine down, and when used tastefully, it’s a lovely way to highlight both architectural and landscaping features.


Outdoor lighting should have focus and welcome visitors saying, ‘this way.’ Using warm lighting, light plantings along a pathway and consider varying the fixtures; not all lighting needs to be spot or flood; use step, bollard or post. And, use a timer for lighting so your lights begin to come up as the sun sets. Besides aesthetics, outdoor lighting is a hugely important safety and security feature. The number one cause of injury in homes is falls and they most often occur outdoors. Consider motion-detecting lighting near your garage and pathways. Combine safety with security: mounted motion-detecting lighting can keep your home safe from intruders or illuminate normally very dark or shady areas should someone walk by or on to your property.

Upgrades and enhancements to your new home’s outdoor lighting can not only be beneficial aesthetically but can increase your investment, light your home beautifully and keep you safe and secire, so be sure to contact [BUILDER] or [outdoor lighting SUBCONTRACTOR] for more information on how to ensure your property is well lit and inviting, but safe and secure.

Upgrades and enhancements to your new home’s landscape, outdoor lighting, pool and deck design can not only be beneficial aesthetically but can increase your investment, so be sure to contact [BUILDER] or [landscape, outdoor lighting, pool and deck SUBCONTRACTOR] for more information on how to ensure your outdoor space is your own little piece of heaven.

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his may not be your first question when considering a newly built home, but buyers should know the basics about the roof over their heads, even though professionals agree many homes from larger-volume builders usually fairly standard. Perhaps the most common roofing material used today is asphalt shingles mainly because of their life expectancy, which is usually around 25 years for standard shingles and for mid-grades, perhaps even longer. Keeping in mind


climate and weather will affect wear over the years. Back in the day, these shingles were constructed in part from paper but today asphalt shingles are made, in part, from fiberglass which can make them fire resistant which simply means they can control the spread of fire, but are not fireproof like slate or concrete tile. Concrete tiles are often found as well and are similar to the way concrete pavers are used for driveways and walkways, plus they’re quite durable and are attractive. But since water can seep under the tiles, a waterproof membrane is used under to stop moisture. While they have a much longer life span than asphalt, they’re heavier and so the construction must be able to support them. When new home buyers are ready to make a decision, in the case of production homes, the choice of materials may not be an options but often color can be with most being lighter in color since darkcolored roofs trap heat and in warm climates, that’s not ideal. And speaking of color, going ‘green’ is an option and more and more homebuyers are opting for ‘green’ design roofing that are durable, modern and in some cases,

green features like solar panels and skylights. Roofing materials include slate, ceramic tile or even metal, though they may be costlier but are often very durable and often fireproof. A ‘butterfly’ roof inverts the traditional peaked design which makes the edges higher above the low point in the middle which allows much more light into the home and reduces rainfall. So, the roof over your head, designed, built and installed by [Your Company Here] on the new homes at [Your New Development Community Here] is more than just the top of your house. In your new home at [Your New Development Community Here], the sky’s the limit with our roof over your head.’

Upgrades and enhancements to your new home’s existing roof design and materials can not only be beneficial aesthetically but can increase your investment, so be sure to contact [BUILDER] or [ROOFING SUBCONTRACTOR] for more information on how to ensure you get the roof over your head you love.

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Your Perfect Floor

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looring is a key design element in your home, so mak-ing choices based on style and functionality, your family’s lifestyle, and budget are key.

What do you want each room in your home to ‘feel’ like? Warm, polished, clean, rustic, or modern are just a few of the myriad options with materials ranging from wood, laminate, vinyl, carpet, ceramic and linoleum and many more, with numerous colors, patterns, textures and shapes. And thanks to technology and ar-tistic license, sometimes the highest end flooring, think marble, can be had at a much lower price by purchas-ing manufactured look-alikes. There’s a lot of choice. Kind of like the cereal aisle in the supermarket! Among the more popular choices are wood, laminate, vinyl, and linoleum. Wood can complement any interior going from the more traditional pine or oak to exotic; think tiger wood or black mahogany. Laminates can look and feel like wood, brick, or stone, and since treated with easy-to-clean, spill resistant coatings, it’s a great choice for a floor that looks and feels very authentic. And these days, vinyl comes in so many designs and col-ors it too can look and feel like ‘natural’ materials includ-ing woods, slate and ceramic. Vinyl’s day has come. Authentic linoleum is created from real ingredients that make it resilient and beautiful including mineral pig-ments, limestone and ground cork, to name a few. Lino-leum designs run the gamut from traditional to modern with rich colors available. Once you’ve decided on flooring materials, next is what works best in various rooms, from kitchens to bedrooms to baths. For the latter, wood wouldn’t be a good option because of the moisture, for example. For your bath-rooms, vinyl or ceramic tile might be better options. Choose flooring that you not only love, but can live with for many years. It has to be durable, resilient and take a beating from kids, pets and traffic. If you’re not sure what’s the best option for your new home don’t guess; ask for advice from the professionals. Your builder and subcontractor are there to help.

You might be floored by all the options, so be sure to contact [BUILDER] or [flooring SUBCONTRACTOR] for more information on how to ensure you get the floors you can walk on for decades to come.

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Choosing the Right Floorplan for Your Family’s Lifestyle P

urchasing your new home is a major life decision and almost as important is how you will use it. The floorplan should fit in nicely with your lifestyle and help shape your new home experience. Where are the rooms located? What are the shape and size of the rooms? Some of us like a big spacious living space others like it cozy, so making sure to choose a floorplan that works for you and your family is vital. Chances are you’ll be spending the next several decades in your new home, so make sure it fits you. The size of your home must fit your needs, especially if you’re considering growing your family. Starting with the bedrooms, the space for very young children may not be enough later on. And your floorplan should include enough bathrooms for your family and guests or visitors.

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Now about design, how do you see your living space? Are you a traditionalist whose idea is to have walls separating all the rooms? Or do you see yourself with a more open floor plan? While deciding that, make sure your furniture and decorating style and color schemes are also a good fit for the floorplan.

There is no perfect floorplan, except the one you choose. Consider making a pro and con list when mak-ing a final decision. Perhaps you’d enjoy a large living room window that lets in plenty of light, but if your new home is in a very warm climate, lots of sunlight may increase your cooling costs. Maybe a very open floorplan won’t allow for enough privacy. But what-


you choose, make sure that your new home must be simpatico with your lifestyle and your daily activities. You can go with your instincts about what will be best for you and your family or you could ask an expert like a de-sign professional, your realtor or, ideally, your builder, who knows the homes their building intimately and will likely have a several options from which to choose, or modify. Ask your builder to help you determine costs as you nar-row down to the floor plan that fits within your budget. Upgrades, enhancements or modifications to your new home’s existing floorplan can be accomplished by conferring with your [BUILDER]. Together, you can choose the floorplan that fits your and your families’ needs and lifestyle. 941.538.7770 I WOODLAND CREEK - MOCK-UP 19


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Fixtures Kitchen & Bath

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ome people say it’s the kitchen and bathroom that sells a home and design, style and function choices from the beginning can not only be appealing and livable but can add lasting value to your new house. Whether you want to go traditional and classic, or modern with very clean lines, the options for the fixtures in your kitchen and bathroom are endless. And therein lay the problem: what do I choose? Make a choice up front about the overall design style you want featured in your kitchen and bath. Technology in the kitchen and bath are not just trends but more and more, elements that include bringing music and video, streaming and the like. It may sound odd, but showerheads with Bluetooth technology or medicine cabinets with built-in audio players and speakers, with attached music players, a tub that produces sound waves in the water which gently massage the bather even a toilet that includes a foot-warmer and heated seat automatically rises and closes. In the kitchen, high-tech trends con-

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tinue with ‘smart’ fridges that let you see inside from your smartphone to closing its own door when it’s ajar. At the same time, plainer, simpler, less-ornamented kitchen and bath fixtures are starting to dominate consumer choices, in keeping with a burgeoning desire for a more streamlined look. Less is more. But while keeping it simple, design style has its place, too.

Your Bathroom Fixtures

Shower fixtures include body sprayers placed throughout the shower can massage the body or produce a relaxing mist. Rain shower heads give you the feeling of standing underneath a water fall. And there’s no need to limit yourself to just one shower head. Dual fixtures mean more than one person can enjoy the shower at a time. These luxury fixtures aren’t limited to the master bath. A wall-mount unit is the basic fixture, nothing fancy but highly functional. A hand-held unit: The ability to remove the shower head for cleaning and bathing is a true convenience. Rain shower head: You’ll get full coverage and


a waterfall experience with this unit, but be careful that it has an engine and is pressurized. With sinks, the vessel sink is ideal for a powder room and serves as a focal point, but in a full or master bath, some find this configuration is less functional than a deeper,

under mounted sink with a nice, arching faucet that is easy to operate with a single handle. Pedestal style sinks are timeless space savers, and their bowls are available in oblong, rectangular or traditional oval shapes. With faucets, aside from water efficiency, today’s faucets are highly functional with features like integrated ceramic disks within the fixture that help grind away buildup that causes leaks. The idea is less leaky sink repair and greater durability. On the style front, faucets can be fastened on the lavatory deck, integrated or even mounted on the wall.

Your Kitchen Fixtures

Picking a style you like is the easy part of buying kitchen fixtures. The harder questions are: What material and finish were used in the faucet you like? Will they last and still be easy to clean? If there is a problem, how difficult and expensive are repairs? In other words, which faucet will give you the style and service for what you want to spend? Once you know the style of kitchen, the fixtures are easier to decide on.

A contemporary kitchen is clean and minimalist with stainless steel as the fabrication of choice for kitchen fixtures, but chrome, brushed nickel, and brass are alternative options for fixtures in contemporary kitchens. The country-style kitchen would include fixtures fabrications including rustic pewter or bronze, satin nickel, stainless

steel, and antique copper. The French country kitchen style might include cookware hanging overhead, copper pots on display and a wall-mounted pot filler faucet, installed above the stove. A suburban casual kitchen includes plenty of stainless steel surfaces. The final word in fixtures is finish. The finish on your kitchen and bath faucets and fixtures is a design feature whose day has arrived. The overall ‘look’ of both your kitchen and bathroom fixtures is a design element that’s at once cohesive and brings together both rooms without being too literal. Materials include brass, copper, chrome, nickel, gold-plated, oil-rubbed metals, matte or shiny finish, a smooth satin sheen and even faucets with texture. Discuss your new home’s bath and kitchen fixtures with your [BUILDER] or [KITCHEN/BATH FIXTURES SUBCONTRACTOR.

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ID School Listing

Zone 7: Sarasota County

Elementary 1. Ashton Elementary School

School Rating: 10 5110 Ashton Road, Sarasota, FL 34233 (941) 361-6440

2. Bay Haven School Of Basics Plus

School Rating: 10 2901 West Tamiami Cir, Sarasota, FL 34234 (941) 359-5800

3. Laurel Nokomis School

School Rating: 10 1900 Laurel Road East Nokomis, FL 34275 (941) 486-2171

4. Phillippi Shores Elementary School

School Rating: 10 4747 S. Tamiami Trl, Sarasota, FL 34231 (941) 361-6424

5. Pine View School

School Rating: 10 1 Python Path, Osprey, FL 34229 (941) 486-2001

6. Southside Elementary School

School Rating: 10 1901 Webber Street, Sarasota, FL 34239 (941) 361-6420

7. Tatum Ridge Elementary School

School Rating: 10 4100 Tatum Road, Sarasota, FL 34240 (941) 316-8188

8. Fruitville Elementary School

School Rating: 9 601 Honore Ave, Sarasota, FL 34232 (941) 361-6200

9. Imagine School At Palmer Ranch

School Rating: 9 6220 McIntosh Road, Sarasota, FL 34238 (941) 257-1124

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10 .Island Village Montessori School

School Rating: 9 2001 Pinebrook Road, Nokomis, FL 34275 (941) 484-4999

11. Lakeview Elementary School

School Rating: 9 7299 Proctor Road, Sarasota, FL 34241 (941) 361-6571

12. Taylor Ranch Elementary School

School Rating: 9 2500 Taylor Ranch Trail, Venice, FL 34293 (941) 486-2000

13. Alta Vista Elementary School

School Rating: 8 1050 South Euclid Ave, Sarasota, FL 34237 (941) 361-6400

14. Englewood Elementary School

School Rating: 8 150 N. McCall Rd, Englewood, FL 34223 (941) 474-3247

15. Gulf Gate Elementary School

School Rating: 8 6500 S. Lockwood Ridge Rd, Sarasota, FL 34231 (941) 361-6499

16. Venice Elementary School

School Rating: 8 150 Miami Avenue East, Venice, FL 34285 (941) 486-2111

17. Cranberry Elementary School

School Rating: 7 2775 Shalimar Ter, North Port, FL 34286 (941) 480-3400

18. Garden Elementary School

School Rating: 7 700 Center Road, Venice, FL 34285 (941) 486-2110

19. Imagine School At North Port

School Rating: 7 1000 Innovation Ave, North Port, FL 34289 (941) 426-2050

20. Sarasota Suncoast Academy

School Rating: 7 8084 Hawkins Road, Sarasota, FL 34241 (941) 924-4242

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Zone 7: Sarasota County

Middle Schools 41. Laurel Nokomis School School Rating: 10 1900 Laurel Road East Nokomis, FL 34275 (941) 486-2171

42. Pine View School School Rating: 10 1 Python Path Osprey, FL 34229 (941) 486-2001

43. Sarasota Middle School School Rating: 10 4826 Ashton Road Sarasota, FL 34233 (941) 361-6464

44. Sarasota School Of Arts/Sciences School Rating: 10 645 Central Avenue Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 330-1855

45. Imagine School At Palmer Ranch School Rating: 9 6220 McIntosh Road Sarasota, FL 34238 (941) 257-1124

46. Island Village Montessori School School Rating: 9 2001 Pinebrook Road Nokomis, FL 34275 (941) 484-4999

47. Student Leadership Academy School Rating: 9 200 Field Avenue East Venice, FL 34285 (941) 485-5551

48. Venice Middle School

School Rating: 8 1900 Center Road, Venice, FL 34292 (941) 486-2100

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49. Brookside Middle School

School Rating: 7 3636 South Shade Avenue Sarasota, FL 34239 (941) 361-6472

50. Heron Creek Middle School

School Rating: 7 6501 West Price Boulivard North Port, FL 34291 (941) 480-3371

51. Imagine School At North Port School Rating: 7 1000 Innovation Avenue North Port, FL 34289 (941) 426-2050

52. Mcintosh Middle School School Rating: 7 701 McIntosh Road Sarasota, FL 34232 (941) 361-6520

53. Woodland Middle School School Rating: 7 2700 Panacea Boulivard North Port, FL 34289 (941) 240-8590

54. Sarasota Academy Of The Arts School Rating: 6 4466 Fruitville Road Sarasota, FL 34232 (941) 377-2278

55. Sky Academy School Rating: 5 701 Center Road Venice, FL 34285 (941) 492-9622

56. Booker Middle School School Rating: 4 2250 Myrtle Street Sarasota, FL 34234 (941) 359-5824

57. Suncoast School For Innovative Studies, School Rating: 3 845 South School Avenue Sarasota, FL 34237 (941) 952-5277

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High Schools 68. Pine View School

School Rating: 10 1 Python Path, Osprey, FL 34229 (941) 486-2001

69. Riverview High School

School Rating: 9 1 Ram Way, Sarasota, FL 34231 (941) 923-1484

70. Suncoast Polytechnical High School School Rating: 9

4650 South Beneva Road Sarasota, FL 34233 (941) 921-3981

71. Venice Senior High School

School Rating: 8 1 Indian Avenue, Venice, FL 34285 (941) 488-6726

72. Imagine School At North Port

School Rating: 7 1000 Innovation Avenue North Port, FL 34289 (941) 426-2050

78. Oak Park School School Rating: 1 7285 Proctor Road Sarasota, FL 34241 (941) 361-6428

79. Community Haven For Adults & Children With Disabilities, Inc. School Rating: No Rating 4405 Desoto Road Sarasota, FL 34235 (941) 355-8808

80. The Florida Center For Child And Family Development School Rating: No Rating 4620 17th Street, Sarasota, FL 34235 (941) 371-8820

81. Pinnacle Academy, Inc. School Rating: No Rating 7824 Panther Ridge Trail Bradenton, FL 34202 (941) 755-1400

82. Children First

School Rating: 6 6400 W Price Boulivard North Port, FL 34291 (941) 423-8558

School Rating: No Rating 1723 North Orange Avenue Sarasota, FL 34234 (941) 953-3877

74. Sarasota High School 6:

83. Ese Special Programs

73. North Port High School 6:

School Rating: 6 1000 South School Avenue Sarasota, FL 34237 (941) 955-0181

75. Sarasota Military Academy

School Rating: 6 801 North Orange Avenue Sarasota, FL 34236 (941) 926-1700

76. Booker High School School Rating: 5 3201 N. Orange Avenue Sarasota, FL 34234 (941) 355-2967

77. Sarasota Virtual School School Rating: 2 1960 Landings Boulevard Sarasota, FL 34231 (941) 927-9000

School Rating: No Rating 1960 Landings Boulevard Sarasota, FL 34231 (941) 927-9000

84. Sarasota Virtual Instruction (Course Offerings), School Rating: No

Rating 1960 Landings Boulevard Sarasota, FL 34231 (941) 927-9000

85. Triad

School Rating: No Rating 4430 South Beneva Road Sarasota, FL 34233 (941) 361-6752


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