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The Indian River School District, located in Southeastern Sussex County, is one of the largest school districts in the State of Delaware. Based on enrollment, Indian River is the fifth largest of the state’s 19 school districts. Geographically, it is the largest non-technical school district in Delaware, covering more than 360 square miles.
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Elementary schools in Indian River School District
- East Millsboro Elementary School which has 770 students and 46 classroom teachers.
- Georgetown Elementary School which has 704 students and 47 classroom teachers.
- John M. Clayton Elementary School which has 588 students and 36 classroom teachers.
- Long Neck Elementary Elementary School which has 763 students and 45 classroom teachers.
- Lord Baltimore Elementary School which has 662 students and 39 classroom teachers.
- North Georgetown Elementary School which has 756 students and 53 classroom teachers.
- Phillip C. Showell Elementary School which has 359 students and 27 classroom teachers.
Middle schools in Indian River School District
- Georgetown Middle School which has 657 students and 46 classroom teachers.
- Millsboro Middle School which has 656 students and 46 classroom teachers.
- Selbyville Middle School which has 731 students and 44 classroom teachers.
High schools in Indian River School District
- Indian River High School which has 859 students and 62 classroom teachers.
- Sussex Central High School which has 1,316 students and 90 classroom teachers.
Other schools in Indian River School District
- Georgetown Kindergarten Center which has 349 students and 24 classroom teachers.
- Southern Delaware School of the Arts is a public middle school in Selbyville which has 446 students and 27 classroom teachers.
- Howard T. Ennis School which has 131 students and 26 classroom teachers. Howard T. Ennis Educational Services are provided to all students (preschool through 21 years old) with significant disabilities within the Indian River School District and sending districts that demonstrate a need for highly specialized educational support.