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Eighth Street Elementary School

Eighth Street Elementary School
Location
513 SE 8th Street
Ocala, Florida, FL 34471

United States
Coordinates 29°11′11″N 82°07′57″W / 29.186365°N 82.132592°W / 29.186365; -82.132592Coordinates: 29°11′11″N 82°07′57″W / 29.186365°N 82.132592°W / 29.186365; -82.132592

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Type Elementary school
School district Marion County School District
Principal John McCollum
Grades K-5
Accreditation(s) Florida State Department of Education
Website

Eighth Street Elementary School is an elementary school in Ocala, Florida. The school is located at the corner of Eighth Street and Tuscawilla Avenue in Southeast Ocala, near the residential Ocala Historic District. The building was designed by Lee Roy Sheftall and built by F.W. Long & Co. in 1914. The school first opened as Ocala High School. Ocala High School moved to a larger facility next door in 1925 (now Osceola Middle School).

Tuscawilla Avenue is known as Helen Ingrao Avenue next to the school, in honor of the popular Principal from 1982 to 2002, who died unexpectedly in 2002.


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