School and Community Profile

Bartram Trail School and Community Profile

Bartram Trail School high res

School Mascot: Bears
School Colors: Blue, Black, and Silver
Fight Song:
Average Enrollment: 2500
Established: 2000
5-Star School Rating: A Rating


St. Johns County is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, the picturesque St. Johns River on the west, metropolitan Jacksonville on the north and rapidly growing Flagler County on the south. Year round mild temperatures, miles of sandy beaches, the distinction of having America’s Oldest City (St. Augustine), and an internationally recognized sports haven, all add to the allure of the county to both residents and tourists alike. Located in the northwest quadrant of St. Johns County, Bartram Trail High School (BTHS) officially opened the doors to its first students in 2000.

The land for Bartram Trail High School was purchased in January 1999 and was constructed by Arcadis. The Bartram Trail High School campus takes up one hundred and twenty acres of land and the school building takes up 190,000 square feet (18,000 m2). The school building is a two-story octagon with an open-air courtyard in the center. The cafeteria and media are located within the main building, while the gymnasium and auditorium with a stage are attached on the south and north sides, respectively. The outside of the campus has walkways, student, faculty and visitor parking, a parent drop-off section, a bus loop, a football and track stadium, a baseball and softball field, tennis courts, general-use play fields, a stormwater treatment facility, water and sewer utilities and a wetland mitigation area.