Welcome to Keller Interemediate School, home of the fourth and fifth grade Tigers! Located in the heart of Macclenny, Florida, J. Franklyn Keller Intermediate School was named after prominent Baker County African-American educator,
J. Franklyn Keller.
Originally built in 1954 as the first African-American high school in Baker County, Mr. Keller was the first principal of the school. By 1989, the campus was reorganized to serve all the 4th and 5th grade students of Baker County and remains that way today. With an enrollment of approximately 760 students, Keller maintains an average student-to-teacher ration of 22:1.