The primary purpose of the Secondary Education Department is to provide individuals, sixteen years of age and older, the opportunity to continue their education and earn a traditional high school diploma. Courses offered in this program are similar to those offered in a regular high school program, but the emphasis is placed on the unique needs of the at-risk/adult student. We believe that academic competency is a consequence of good learning skills, learning confidence, and self discipline. Our goal is to assist students in the development of life skills that will enhance their future success.
The Collegiate High School is a private school supported by the State of Florida. Pensacola State College is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Collegiate High School maintains a year-round academic schedule.
- Fall term has two sessions lasting eight weeks each.
- Spring term has two sessions lasting eight weeks each.
- Summer term has two sessions lasting six weeks each.
- Students may begin their program at the beginning of any of the terms.
See the academic calendar for exact dates.