Community Service

Collegiate students are required a certain amount of community service hours before graduating if they wish to be considered for the Bright Futures Florida Academic Scholarship. Students may download the form provided in the link below to log their hours.

Community Service Form


Tutoring and Success

The student is #1 at Collegiate High School. The small school atmosphere and extremely qualified and caring staff ensure that students get the support and skills they need to be successful in their academic and personal goals.

Students attending Collegiate High School have access to free academic tutoring to enhance their opportunities for success.

Tutoring Information


Testing Center

The Testing Center at Northwest Florida State College administers college admission tests, placement tests, proctored exams, ACT/SAT, GED, CLEP, and DSST (formerly DANTES). The center is open to students of the college, as well as the general public.

Visit the NWF Testing Center website for more information about available tests, locations, and schedules.

NWF Testing Center


Campus Activities

The Collegiate High School provides a wide array of student activities such as student government, Academic Team, National Honor Society, yearbook, prom, along with a variety of clubs evolving to meet the interests of a diverse population. Students may also participate in NWF State College activities to include student government, Forensics and Brain Bowl teams, dance line, cheerleading, Phi Theta Kappa college honor society, Show Choir, jazz band, youth symphony orchestra and much more.

Collegiate High students may also continue to participate in extra-curricular activities, such as band and sports teams, at their zoned public high school if these activities fit into the student’s daily academic schedule.

NWF State College Student Life


Accommodation Resource Center

Collegiate High School at Northwest Florida State College is committed to providing equal access to and equal opportunities for education to all students as guided by the Americans with Disabilities Act and other disability-related laws.

If you are a student with a documented disability that is limiting your academic access, please contact Disability Support Services to make an appointment to learn more about our services.

Accommodation Resource Center
NWF State College, Building 410, Rm 101
100 College Blvd, Niceville, FL 32578
Coordinator: (850) 729-6079
Accommodation Specialist: (850) 729-6014
Fax: (850) 729-6014
dss@nwfsc.edu

ARC Website