What is the program of study?

November 30, 2018 3:12 pm Published by

The Collegiate High School offers a Collegiate-Dual Enrollment program of study, through which students enroll in regular Northwest Florida State College college-credit courses and earn both high school and college credit for these classes.

This program of study meets statutory requirements for both a standard high school diploma and either an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science college degree. Students may individualize the Associate of Arts degree to meet the specific pre-requisite requirements of more than 200 Florida university bachelor’s degree programs through Northwest Florida State College’s vast selection of more than 250 different college courses.

Students who earn the AA degree are guaranteed admission and a seamless transfer of college credits to meet degree requirements in the Florida university system and may also transfer credits to universities nationwide. The option to earn a technically oriented Associate of Science degree is also available.

A Pre-Collegiate program of study assists students who are not yet prepared to directly enter a full program of college level classes and provides students the opportunity to increase their skills to the college level through an individualized program of study. Upon successful completion of the Pre-Collegiate program of study, students may enter the core Collegiate-Dual Enrollment program of study and enroll in a full slate of college credit classes.

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