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Admissions Policy


School Admissions Policy 

          All 6th, 7th and 8th graders who live in J. H. Workman’s attendance zone are automatically granted admission to our school.   J.H. Workman is an IB Middle Years Programme. There is no application required as we are a “total school” program.  Private school students who live outside of our zoned area may enter J.H. Workman through one of our career academies through the School Choice Office at the Hall Center located on Texar Street.  If you require any more information or would like to schedule a tour of our campus, call 850 494-5665 today. Every student zoned for Workman or admitted through the district’s School Choice Office will be a part of the IB Middle Years Programme.  


J. H. Workman offers standard, advanced and gifted classes as well as English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and Exceptional Student Educational (ESE) programs. We are proud of our diverse student body and view our differences as strength.


      J.H. Workman offers two career academies:  Multi media and Engineering.   The purpose of these academies is to assist students in making informed decisions regarding their future academic and occupational goals. Their content includes but is not limited to making career choices, basic employ ability skills, and the development of organization and leadership skills.



Thank you for your interest in J. H. Workman Middle, an IB World School


School Philosophy

          Emerging adolescents have special characteristics and needs that identify them as a unique group. J. H. Workman’s IB Middle Years School Programme will provide a holistic approach to education in a safe and stimulating environment that meets the needs of our diverse population.  Through higher level thinking and questioning, through hands-on classroom instruction, through services offered by our guidance department, through extra-curricular clubs and activities, and through leadership opportunities appropriate for this age, our learners are encouraged to be responsible, independent and self-directed.  Workman Middle School has an articulate and effective program to facilitate a smooth transition from elementary to high school while providing many opportunities to develop our students’ potential.

          Each student will be encouraged to recognize his or her capacity for achievement, to develop a positive self-concept, to grow in self-discipline and social consciousness while attaining cultural understanding and respect for diversity. Beyond providing academic, social, and living skills, the holistic curriculum of Workman’s IB Middle Years School Programme will seek to develop an appreciation of the ongoing quality of all learning experiences. We hope the implementation of this framework of curriculum and sound philosophy will challenge our students to reach their greatest potential becoming productive, creative, responsible members of society in an ever-changing world. 




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