Flagler County

Flagler County is located in Northeast Florida bordering the Atlantic Ocean and St. Johns, Putnam and Volusia Counties.

Flagler County was established in 1917 from portions of St. Johns and Volusia Counties and named for Henry Morrison Flagler, developer of the Florida East Coast Railroad. 

Flagler County Florida Image Map
Population - 2000
49,832
Population - 2010
95,696
Population - 2015 Est
101,353
Land Area (sq mi)
485
Water Area (sq mi)
85
Total Area (sq mi)
571
Average Rainfall
51
Temperature - Average High
82
Temperature - Average Low
59

Flagler County School District is responsible for the administration of 9 public schools that together serve over 13,000 students throughout the school year. High school students of Flagler County can take advantage of the strong partnership that exists between Flagler County Public High Schools and the Advanced Technology College. The Advanced Technology College provides high school students in their junior and senior years the ability to dual-enroll and receive college credits. It is worth noting that the Flagler County School District is most praised for its efforts to provide over 2400 students identified as disabled or gifted with premier educational services in a safe and enriching environment. The needs of those students with disabilities continues to be at the forefront of school policy for this district.

Groups, Blogs & More

P.A.C.E Parents Advancing Christian Education is a Non-legalistic Christian support group serving Flagler county, where we "WELCOME" all families interested in pursueing a home education for their children. We offer field trips , FPEA membership ,holiday events,co-ops, moms night out as well as book clubs,middle school group etc.