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Ashman Named to Girls Inc. Board

Bolles Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Twyla Ashman was named to the Girls Inc. Board of Directors in June. She joins Bolles Trustee Brittany Groover on the nonprofit organization’s 11-person board. Groover has served since June 2019.

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Bolles Student Hosts Successful ‘Freedom Fund’ Fundraiser

Bolles rising junior Taylor Richardson ’22, an internationally known advocate for literacy and girls in STEM, is using her voice and platform for the Black Lives Matter movement. She hosted the only youth-led GoFundMe campaign to raise money for Freedom Fund, an initiative to raise bailout funds for youth detained since May 30. She raised more than $12,000 in three days, exceeding her $10,000 goal.

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Bolles offers an exceptional student experience through a broad curriculum—preparing our students for college and life.
The Fine and Performing Arts are foundational at Bolles – students have many opportunities to explore their creativity through chorus, dance, band, visual arts and theatre.
Our internationally recognized athletic program emphasizes the importance of good sportsmanship and the power of play--children developing not just academically, but also physically, socially and emotionally.
Your gifts make All Things Possible for our students, faculty and staff every day.

2020 College Attendance

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Class of 2020

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Awarded in merit-based scholarships for their first year of college - over $16 million for their four-year college careers.

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of 2020 Bolles graduates residing in Florida qualified for Florida Bright Futures Scholarships.

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qualified for some form of merit-based awards such as academic, leadership, athletic scholarships or service academy appointments.

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of the 185 graduates are going directly to college. One student will be taking a gap year and enrolling in college in fall 2021.

93

the number of different colleges and universities the Class of 2020 is attending

206

the number of different colleges and universities to which the Class of 2020 was accepted

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The Bolles Experience

Our Mission

The Bolles School prepares students for college and life by inspiring excellence, courage, integrity and compassion in an academic community dedicated to nurturing mind, body and soul.

The Bolles Way

Pursuing excellence through courage, integrity and compassion.

All Things Possible

An All Things Possible approach to education begins at The Bolles School.

Bolles at a Glance

Bolles offers an unequaled breadth of opportunities for achievement – enabling every child to optimize his or her unique interests, abilities and talents.

Global Community

Bolles is a vibrant, inclusive community defined by a broad cross section of cultures, nationalities, faiths and experiences.

Safety & Wellness

Providing a well-balanced school life for students is vital to our success.

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Campuses

  • Lower School Whitehurst Campus
  • (Pre K - Grade 5)
  • 7400 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32217
  • 904-256-5255
  • Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus
  • (Pre K - Grade 5)
  • 200 ATP Tour Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
  • 904-285-4658
  • Middle School Bartram Campus
  • (Grades 6-8)
  • 2264 Bartram Road, Jacksonville, FL 32207
  • 904-732-5700
  • Upper School San Jose Campus
  • (Grades 9 - 12)
  • 7400 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32217
  • 904-733-9292

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Lower School Whitehurst Campus

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Lower School Ponte Vedra Beach Campus

30.195668, -81.3861107

Middle School Bartram Campus

30.3038278, -81.6072721

Upper School San Jose Campus

30.2447654, -81.6302469