Santa Rosa County

Santa Rosa County is located in northwest Florida in the Panhandle bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama, and Escambia and Okaloosa Counties. 

Santa Rosa County was established in 1842 from a portion of Escambia County and named for Santa Rosa Island, which was named for the Catholic Saint, St. Rosa de Viterbo. 

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Santa Rosa County School District is located in the beautiful panhandle of Florida. The school district has authority over 28 traditional schools and a number of specialized centers.

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The Santa Rosa County Library System has 5 branches in Pace, Navarre, Milton, Jay, and Gulf Breeze.

Try a little bit of everything here in Santa Rosa County. With a huge number of options for physical activity, like horse riding, sports programs, and some great dog parks, check out the details of just a few of what this area has to offer.

Santa Rosa High School offers students ages 16-21 who have left the traditional high school setting the opportunity to earn a standard high school diploma.

GCCHEA, a Christian homeschool group, is one of the largest homeschool groups in the area. A large close-knit community of homeschoolers in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton Counties offers an extensive forum and activities planned by the members.