Pasco County Schools structures its magnet options into the categories below. The abbreviation is listed next to each school below to ensure it is clear which structure their magnet theme falls within.
Dedicated Magnet School (DMGS) - a school site that implements a magnet theme or themes across all grades and does not have a defined attendance boundary, but may have a preference area. All students who wish to attend the school must apply for and be accepted in the school through the Student Application lottery process. All students enrolled in a magnet school must participate in the magnet program(s) theme. The district, through the magnet boundary review process, shall determine whether a magnet school will or will not have a preference area.
Magnet Schools (MGS) - a school site where the magnet theme is implemented school-wide. All students attending the school participate in the thematic learning components of the program. Students who live outside of the attendance boundary must complete an application and a lottery system is used to determine which student applicants will attend the school.
Magnet Program (MGP) - a school site where the magnet theme is implemented within the school, but not all students participate. Students apply to the program and are accepted based on a lottery system. Some magnet programs may have established criteria for entry.
Northwest Elementary - Future Cambridge School (MGS)
San Antonio Elementary (MGS)
Hudson Middle School - Future Cambridge School (MGP)
Pasco Middle School (MGP)
Anclote High School (MGP)
Pasco High School (MGP)
Pine View Middle School (MGS)
Gulf High School (MGP)
Transportation may be available for students accepted into our magnet schools and programs. To learn more about the available transportation and the magnet models available in Pasco County Schools, please review the 2019-2020 Magnet Plan. For more information International Baccalaureate and Cambridge international visit the pages below:
Due to popularity and high demand, there are a limited number of seats at each school.