Seminole State & SCPS partner to create county’s first collegiate high school

Seminole State & SCPS partner to create county’s first collegiate high school

Seminole State & SCPS partner to create county’s first collegiate high school

A partnership with Seminole State College of Florida and Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is creating even more dual enrollment opportunities for high school students.

In December, Crooms Academy of Information Technology in Sanford became the county’s first Collegiate High School. The collegiate high school designation, authorized under a 2014 state law, allows motivated students to get a head start on their college careers or enter the workforce more quickly upon graduation.

Under the agreement, approved by the College’s Board of Trustees and the Seminole County School Board, dual enrollment offerings at Crooms will expand this fall.

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