Important Message from our Guidance Counselor, Ms. Christina Stenholm:
High School Students: Please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or request a Zoom conference. I would like to touch base with students face-to-face.
Seniors need to check their student account at the colleges they have applied to/been accepted to for the most current information about deadlines for deposits and dorms. Orientations may be conducted online Information is evolving as facts are updated.
Juniors may need to sign up for the June 6 SAT or the June 13 ACT. This is the next date available for testing and, at this time, there is not another date until August for the SAT. The demand for this date will be high.
Any sophomores who want to take a college entrance exam for dual enrollment qualification should also sign up for the June test dates.
There is a possibility we could do a school day SAT on April 28.
Please stay in contact if you have any questions.
Guidance and Counseling
Our small environment is an advantage for your child as he or she prepares for college. We take the time to focus on your child's individual goals as they take steps towards college.
Our Advanced Placement and on-campus dual enrollment courses through Hillsborough Community College help your child take advantage of every opportunity available after high school.
► The test scores necessary for HCC dual enrollment have changed because of the new SAT. You can find the test score information on the HCC Dual Enrollment webpage under Steps to Admission.
4 Credits ⇒ Major concentration in composition, reading for information and literature.
4 Credits ⇒ One credit must be Algebra I or its equivalent and one credit must be Geometry or its equivalent.
4 Credits ⇒ Two credits must have a laboratory component and one credit must be Biology I or an equivalent course.
1 credit ⇒ World History
1 credit ⇒ American History
0.5 credit ⇒ United States Government
0.5 credit ⇒ Economics
2 years ⇒ Must be the same language and must be taken in consecutive years.
Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Speech:
1 credit ⇒ Any of these categories
0.5 credit ⇒ Health
0.5 credit ⇒ PE requirement is met with two seasons of a high school sport.
TOTAL: 24 Credits
⇒ Grade point average must be at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
⇒ For honors classes, we add .04 to the GPA if the student has a C grade or higher in the class.
⇒ For AP and dual enrollment classes we add .08 to the GPA if the student has a C grade or higher in the class.
⇒ Students also need one Florida Virtual School class in order to graduate.
Algebra II ► 1200330
Algebra II (H) ► 1200340
American Government ► 2106310
American Government (H) ► 2106320
Anatomy ► 2000360
AP Calculus ► 1202310
AP Computer Science ► 200320
AP English Literature ► 1001430
AP Geography ► 2103400
AP Studio Art ► 104300
AP US History ► 2100330
Art I ► 101300
Art II ► 101310
Art III ► 101320
Chemistry ► 2003340
Chemistry (H) ► 2003350
Critical Thinking and Study Skills ► 1700370
Debate ► 1007330
Digital Media/Multimedia Foundation I ► 8201210
Digital Media/Multimedia Foundation II ► 8201220
Economics with Financial Literacy ► 2102335
Economics with Financial Literacy (H) ► 2102340
English IV ► 1001400
Forensic Science ► 2002480
Introduction to Business ► 8370350
Journalism Yearbook ► 1006331
Math for College Readiness ► 1200700
Outdoor Education ► 1502480
Performing Arts 1 ► 400450
Performing Arts 2 ► 400460
Performing Arts 3 ► 400470
Performing Arts 4 ► 400480
Personal Fitness ► 15001300
Physics (H) ► 2003390
Pre-Calculus ► 1202340
Spanish 2 ► 708350
Spanish 3 ► 708360
Spanish 4 ► 708370
Speech ► 1007300
Teacher's Assistant ► 8909010
Web Design ► 9001110
The Road to College
- Algebra I, Digital Information Technology, Spanish I, Physical Science (HS courses)
- Learn about scholarship qualifications
- Map high school schedule
- Participate in clubs/sports
- Accrue service hours
- Attend college fairs
- Plus 9th grade activities
Visit college campuses
Select college possibilities
Plus 9th/10th grade activities
Plus 9th - 11th grade activities