Gadsden County

Gadsden County is located in Northwest Florida in the Panhandle bordering Alabama. 

Gadsden County was established in 1823 and was named for James Gadsden who was an American diplomat best known for the Gadsden Purchase. 

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Population - 2000
45,087
Population - 2010
46,389
Population - 2015 Est
48,315
Land Area (sq mi)
516
Water Area (sq mi)
12
Total Area (sq mi)
529

The Gadsden County School District’s mission is to provide the finest education possible for all students. This sentiment among the Gadsden County School Board and staff has been culminated into a “No Excuses” policy, which makes academic achievement for students in the County of the highest importance above all else. Over 5,000 students attend Gadsden County public schools.

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With more than 1100 employees and 500 physicians, their number one priority is to exceed their patient's expectations with the highest quality and most compassionate care.

The Carter-Parramore Academy provides academic, dropout prevention, teenage parent, childcare, and expulsion school services for a diverse population of students ranging from fourth to twelfth grades. 

Come home to the outdoors in Gadsden County, Florida. A variety of lakeside activities will make your weekends a real splash. Youth and adult sports will also encourage physical activity all year round. Check out a few of the many amenities and features of this great Florida County.

The Gadsden County Public Library has 3 branches serving Gadsden County, in Quincy, Chattahoochee, and Havana.

Robert F. Munroe Day School provides its K-12 students with a college preparatory educational experience in a unique and beautiful environment, in Gadsden County.

The Leaf Theatre is a small theater in Quincy's restored downtown historic district. Musical performances are put on here by The Quincy Music Theatre, which runs the theatre.