The Navigator
Fort Lauderdale High School’s student newspaper, since 1947
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Mrs. Kathleen Jackson

Ashlyn Young

Assistant Editor
Siena Zimmerman

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The Navigator is published by Fort Lauderdale High School’s journalism classes. Opinions expressed in The Navigator are those of individual writers and do not necessarily represent those of the school administration or the School Board of Broward County, Florida.

About Fort Lauderdale High School

A circular badge with a five-pointed gold star in the center. The top of the badge reads "Magnet Schools of America: National Award of Merit", while the bottom reads "Distinction 2020".
Fort Lauderdale High School is a 2020 Magnet School of Distinction.

Fort Lauderdale High School was founded in 1914 as Broward County’s first high school. It has since grown to be one of the most storied and prestigious public high schools in the state of Florida, and its famous alumni include novelist Rita Mae Brown, WWII hero Lt. Alexander R. Nininger, and director Bob Clark.

The school houses 2,300 students on a 25-acre campus on the corner of Flying L Drive (Northeast 4th Ave/State Road 811) and Northeast 16th Street, nestled between Wilton Manors and the Fort Lauderdale neighborhood of Middle River Terrace. It has been at this location ever since the school was moved in 1962 from its previous location at Southeast 3rd Ave and Broward Boulevard.