Crystal Lakes Elementary School

Educate. Affirm. Inspire.

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  • Fathers and father figures celebrated “Dads Take Your Child to School Day” across the School District of Palm Beach County. The annual event emphasizes the important connection children have with their dads, brothers, uncles, grandparents, stepfathers, male mentors, and other significant male role models.  

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  • Choice and Career and Technical Education (CTE)

    Families with students entering pre-kindergarten through grade 12 have the opportunity to choose from an array of Choice and Career and Technical Education (CTE) theme-based curricula offerings at the elementary, middle, and high school levels that provide innovative and rigorous academic instruction by specially trained teachers.

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About Us

  • We are an "A" rated school!

    Vision Statement
    We envision... Crystal Lakes Elementary School is an educational and working environment where both students and staff are unimpeded by bias or discrimination. Individuals of all backgrounds and experiences are embraced, affirmed, and inspired. Each and every one will succeed and flourish. Crystal Lakes Elementary School will take ownership of students’ academic mastery, emotional intelligence, and social-emotional needs by creating environments where students, families, staff, and communities will develop agency and voice. A joy of learning is fostered in each student, and a positive vision for their future is nurtured. Each student’s cultural heritage is valued, and their physical, emotional, academic, and social needs are met. ...WE SEE YOU.

    Mission Statement
    The mission of Crystal Lakes Elementary School is to educate, affirm, and inspire each student in an equity-embedded school system.

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      • 94.1% Graduation Rate
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      • 192 Countries Represented
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      • 335 Choice & Career Programs
      • 167,560 Students in District-operated schools
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