Union County Public Schools


Union County Public Schools


We are very proud of our 3 schools (1 elementary, 1 middle school, and 1 high school), with over 115 teachers who serve over 2,500 students. Located only 20 minutes north of Gainesville and the University of Florida, Union County is bordered by Baker, Bradford, Alachua, and Columbia Counties. Santa Fe Community College is located in nearby Bradford County. The county is centrally located and in close proximity to I-75 and I-10. With an overall population over 20,000, the county's incorporated cities/towns include: The City of Lake Butler (county seat), The Towns of Raiford, and Worthington Springs. Known as "The Northern Lake Region," Union, Bradford, and Western Clay Counties lead the state in fresh water lakes. Because of its convenient central location the North Florida Region is a thoroughfare for travelers going north and south, as well as the Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Coast. North Florida is an area that overflows with hospitality, striking historical landmarks, sparkling lakes and managed wildlife areas. With its strategic location and pleasant climate, visitors are discovering what residents have always known: The North Florida region has it all! Come see what we have to offer! To learn more about the North Florida Region, visit: http://www.northfloridachamber.com

Mission Statement

The mission statement of the Union County School Board is based upon the right of each child to have an equal opportunity to develop to his or her fullest potential intellectually, emotionally, socially, and physically.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

Union County School District is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Union County Public Schools

55 SW 6TH ST, LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054-2519