St. Johns is an unincorporated community in northwest St. Johns County, Florida, United States and a suburb of Jacksonville. The population as of the 2000 census was 18,063, though considerable growth has taken place in the past ten years. As of 2016, the population is estimated to be approximately 86,400 people. It is located in the Jacksonville metropolitan area, and lies approximately halfway between downtown Jacksonville and downtown St. Augustine. St. Johns is made up of the entire 32259 ZIP code, including the communities of Fruit Cove, Switzerland and Julington Creek. This ZIP code claimed a population of 36,917 at the 2010 census, for a land area of 57.66 square miles.
Based on the 2013 TIGER/Line Shapefiles from the U.S. Census Bureau, which approximates ZIP codes with ZIP Code Tabulation Areas, the Saint Johns mailing address applies to the area of St. Johns County north of County Road 210 and west of U.S. Route 1. The north boundary of the community and county is mostly Julington Creek and Durbin Creek, which also form the south edge of Jacksonville, while the west boundary lies along the St. Johns River, across from Fleming Island and Green Cove Springs. Nocatee is across US 1 to the east, and SilverLeaf Plantation and World Golf Village (St. Augustine mailing address) are to the south. The Atlantic Ocean lies approximately 10 miles (16 km) to the east of St. Johns. Saint Johns has a very low elevation, with the highest point being only 10 to 30 feet above sea level.
Saint Johns includes the census-designated place (CDP) of Fruit Cove, which contains the historically separate Julington Creek and Switzerland. Outside the Fruit Cove CDP are more recent developments, such as Aberdeen, Durbin Crossing, and Rivertown.
Saint Johns is served by the St. Johns County School District. Elementary schools include Cunningham Creek Elementary, Durbin Creek Elementary, Hickory Creek Elementary, and Julington Creek Elementary. Timberlin Creek Elementary is located south of CR 210, but serves the Cimarrone Golf Club neighborhood of Saint Johns. The two middle schools are Fruit Cove Middle School and Switzerland Point Middle School. High school attendance is decided by zone, with students living north and west of certain lines attending Creekside High School, and the rest attending Bartram Trail High School. There are three K-8 schools in the area: Liberty Pines Academy, Patriot Oaks Academy and Freedom Crossing Academy.
Info from : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Johns,_Florida
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