Two Year Track
Program for Current 10th graders: Two Year Track Collegiate High School
If you were unable to participate in the Collegiate High School starting in your 10th grade year, you still have the opportunity to earn your Associates in Arts (AA) degree from EFSC when you graduate high school! The Two Year Track program has the same eligibility requirements as the regular ColHS program:
To be considered for admission to the Collegiate High School, Two Year Track students must have:
1. Completion of fall semester of 10th grade
2. 26 credit diploma option
3. An unweighted cummulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
4. Completion of Geometry by the end of 10th grade
5. FCAT Proficiency
6. Passing Reading and Writing scores on PERT, ACT or SAT
7. Early Admission in 12th grade if no previous Dual Enrollment classes
8. Meeting other program requirements
To maintain eligibility while in the Collegiate High School, students must:
1. Maintain a state cumulative unweighted high school GPA of 3.0 or higher.
2. Be on track for 26 credit high school diploma.
3. Earn a college "term" GPA of at least 2.0
4. Be qualified to enroll in MAC 1105 by the end of the 11th grade.
5. Be able to complete the AA degree by high school graduation or have received an exemption from this requirement.
How the Two YearTrack program works:
At the end of the 10th grade, students will begin by taking 2 summer classes at EFSC , then 3 classes each semester in 11th grade, 2 more the next summer and then go full time at EFSC for their senior year taking 5 classes. You will have completed the 36 hours required general education classes and 24 elective classes by the time you graduate high school!
Besides the educational benefits, participants also enjoy a substantial financial benefit! By receiving an Associate in Arts
(AA) Degree at your high school graduation, you will have completed two years of college for free - no tuition, fees, residency or textbook costs.