The 2018 class of Seacoast Collegiate High School has much to celebrate. Seacoast graduated 39 seniors in the 2018 class; 36 students have completed the collegiate educational model (grades 9-12) and will graduate with their Florida High School diploma as well as an Associate’s degree (AA) from Northwest Florida State College.
The 2018 senior class makes the grade with 48 percent carrying an unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above.
Collectively, the 2018 class of SCHS has earned $3.6 million in scholarship funds.
As of March 2018, 95 college acceptance letters have been received from numerous in state schools including Eckert, Stetson, Flagler, University of Central Florida and University of Florida. Florida State University welcomed the most students by accepting 10. Beyond Florida, students were accepted across the country including Stanford, Hofstra, Johnson & Wales College, Chatham University, Colorado University, University of Georgia and Sarah Lawrence College, among others.
“We are proud to recognize the hard work of our dedicated seniors,” says Seacoast Collegiate High School principal Scott O’Prey. “The future is theirs and they are well prepared to seize it.”