Guidance Updates / InformationMOSI Museum Daily Support Operations Volunteer Application ChecklistMOSI Summer Science Camp Volunteer Counselor 2020 Application ChecklistBright Futures Community Service for Class of 2020 during the COVID-19 Closures
Attention TSHS! SPC Dual Enrollment registration opens April 29th! The deadline for all your forms is May 29th. Please contact your counselor for more information.Receive up to $2,500 to pursue career and technical education. Deadline is April 15th.
Order of AHEPA Scholarship. Deadline March 31st.
Seniors interested in the Anclote Title Scholarship, write a maximum one page essay about your community involvement and financial need for post secondary education. Turn in to Ms. Brown by April 1st to be considered for this scholarship.Seniors who will be attending SPC in the fall:Summer of Success Program is a 6 week program designed to assimilate 1st-time-in-college students. This is a FREE scholarship program.Perks of the program are:
Only 25 student are accepted!! Apply online and contact Jackie Addis to schedule an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-712-5494.
- Provides the $40 SPC Application fee
- 4 credit classes with the texbooks
- Review classes in math and English.
- Field trip every Wednesday to another SPC campus or business
- At the end of completion, students will have a GPA, transcript, grades and registered for fall 2020 classes.
Incoming 9th Grade Scheduling Night. March 10, 2020
How Students Access & Navigate their Personalized Learner Pathway (PLP)
Get your academic questions answered by PCS eCounselorGet In-Person Help with the FAFSA at SPC!
Seniors, Please complete the Senior Survey on Clever.Tampa National College FairSunday, March 1st, 202012:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.Florida State FairgroundsSpeak with college/university representatives, attend workshops on topics such as: SAT testing, Financial Aid, and the Admissions process.Become a video game developerEarn free college credit from St. Petersburg College, Join a growing coding and gaming community, Get connected with local employers, and become engaged with positive, goal-oriented peers and internsWednesdays, 3:15-6:15pm at St. Pete College Gibbs CampusContact Anxley Miles for application and eligibility details ; Milesan@pcsb.org or 727-588-63012020 Florida State University Young Scholars ProgramPrestigious 6 week residential summer science and mathematics experience for outstanding students of Florida's public and private high schools.Application instructions and program information are available online.Program dates: June 14th-July 25th, 2020Application Deadline: February 15, 2020- No Exceptions!
Martin Luther King – Oratorical Contest February 6th *see flyer for detailsParent ResourcesFOCUS - https://focus.pcsb.org/focus/index.phpFOCUS TUTORIAL: https://www.pcsb.org/FocusInfoBRIGHT FUTURES - https://www.floridastudentfinancialaidsg.org/SAPBFMAIN/SAPBFMAINPCSB - https://www.pcsb.org/FAFSA - https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsaNCAA- http://www.ncaa.org/COLLEGEBOARD - https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/satACT - http://www.act.org/Bene's Career AcademyBarbers and Cosmetologists, Skin Care, Manicurist, and massage TherapistPatricia Martin, Admissions, 727-261-7058 ext. 103
CAP center offers FREE ACT and SAT prep classes on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8.Write your admissions essay$17 an hour in Pinellas CountyRequirements: 18 years old and U.S. CitizenFREE VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIRS! Go to collegefairsonline.com to register.Apply Yourself Florida 2019-2020 Student Guide If you plan to continue your education, the first step of this journey is applying to college. This guide will help you choose colleges that are right for you, take steps to apply to college, and identify the next steps after you’ve applied.
Dual Enrollment for Spring 2020 Registration Dates
Monday October 7th
View Spring Class schedule
Thursday October 24th
Dual Enrollment registration begins
Friday November 22nd
Deadline to obtain permission form
Tuesday December 3rd
Last day to register Dual Enrolled Students
Wednesday December 18th
How to Complete the Initial Student Financial Aid Application (REQUIRED FOR BRIGHT FUTURES)
Pinellas Education Foundation Scholarships - Ranging from $500 to $5,000, numerous scholarship opportunities are available to high school graduating seniors in the Pinellas County Public School system. Students only need to fill out one application to match their needs and future interests with nearly 100 scholarship opportunities.Direct Link to apply: https://pinellaseducation.awardspring.com/
SENIORS: Test Preparation SAT Review at USF
SENIORS: Important FAFSA Information/Sallie Mae
ACT/SAT Dates and Information
Bright Futures Scholarship Information
Brochure (Web Resources)
College Resource Inforomation