The Collegiate High School along with Northwest Florida State College administration has been working diligently to prepare a plan for all CHS grade levels to return to campus this fall and is striving toward a safer, healthier campus environment so that we can continue offering high-quality education.
The safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff is our top priority. Working closely with our local Department of Health, the Florida Department of Education and other state government agencies to make decisions for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year, the Collegiate High School will inform you of the options for all grade levels as they are developed. We thank you for your patience during this time of uncertainty.
The Collegiate Difference
The Collegiate High School (CHS) at Northwest Florida State College, established in 2000, is an innovative charter school that consistently ranks among the top high schools in Florida.
With a proven track record of academic and student success, parent satisfaction and accolades from state and national education officials, the Collegiate High School at Northwest Florida State College (NWF State College) is a true testament to the power of choice. The students enrolled in this innovative public school consistently earn among the top scores in Florida on standardized tests and have helped the school place among the top five A+ high schools in the state each year on the Florida School Accountability report.
The school has also been the highest scoring A+ high school in Okaloosa and Walton Counties each year since it opened in 2000 and has achieved the prestigious honor of being named a 2013 and 2006 Blue Ribbon School. This nationally recognized award is presented by the United States Department of Education for superior academic achievement.
Appropriate course placement is critical for academic success. Accordingly, placement scores are required as part of the Collegiate High School admissions process. Find out everything you need to know about taking pre-entrance exams.