An individual may be admitted to the Collegiate High School program if he/she is at least 16 years of age or older and no longer enrolled in a K-12 program. No exception shall be made to this age requirement. Students enrolling from the Escambia County (Florida) and Santa Rosa County school districts must present a “Letter of Good Standing” stating that the student is in good standing and would be, if not withdrawing, eligible to continue enrollment in the school district. Students who have been suspended or expelled from an Escambia County (Florida) or Santa Rosa County school may be denied admission to the Collegiate High School program. The Collegiate High School applicant must be capable of profiting from the instruction as determined by standardized tests and/or other appropriate criteria. The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) may be required, and the test will be administered in the Pensacola Campus Test Center. The student will pay fees associated with this testing. The Collegiate High School program is designed to provide adults an opportunity to earn the high school diploma. Residents of Alabama will be entitled to the Alabama Tuition Differential. Residents of other states will be assessed the full cost of instruction for Collegiate High School courses. All students enrolled in the Collegiate High School program will be responsible for purchasing their own textbooks. The Collegiate High School is housed in the Hobbs Center on the Pensacola Campus.
*If applicable, any documents related to this program of study can be found listed under the Documents section on this web page.
*We strongly encourage you to contact the Pensacola State Collegiate High School Department for assistance in planning your program of study.
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