Our Mission

The mission of Goldsboro Elementary Magnet School is to empower students to excel in a world of math, science, and technology through local and global collaboration in a nurturing and challenging environment.

Mr. Keaton Schreiner
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Mrs. Chris Mulholland 
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Assistant Principal

Mrs. Shannon Benninghove
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School Administration Manager (SAM)

Magnet School Enrollment Information

All elementary students residing in Seminole County are eligible to apply to an elementary magnet school.  Assignment is by application only.  Students are assigned based on seat availability through a random selection process.  There is a sibling link for students to attend the same school that his/her sibling currently attends.  The new student is required to submit an application during application period which runs from January 1, 2019 to March 1, 2019.  During this window, Goldsboro will conduct tours for any parents interested in seeing the school.  Tours will be at 9:30 am on Tuesday and 1:30 pm on Thursday. 

Families who are interested in having their child attend a magnet school beginning in August 2019 should apply online during the ON TIME APPLICATION PERIOD!  For more information please contact the Student Assignment and Program Access Department

 @ 407‐320‐0329

               For more information please visit the department informational website @ Student Assignment and Program Access

                Online Application Website @www.seminoleschoolchoicesapplication.us


SCPS Magnet Request & Approval Process

Magnet School Application Information

 SCPS Online Application Process   

SCPS Application Status Check


Online application for Goldsboro

Magnet Curriculum

 Goldsboro offers all students the unique opportunity to experience each of our specialized Math, Robotics, Computer Science and the Kids Space Center labs throughout the year.  STEM lab specialist collaborate and work closely with classroom teachers to provide enriching activities that reinforce and enhance concepts taught in the regular classroom.