What is a typical State College of Florida Collegiate School student like? Describe the type of person who should attend State College of Florida Collegiate School.

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Anonymous, Student, State College of Florida Collegiate School, Class of 2016

The typical SCFCS student is very committed to their education. SCFCS is a 6-12 grade open enrollment, public charter school on the campus of the State College of Florida. Students in their junior and senior year are completely dulled enrolled on the college campus and graduate with their high school diploma and two year associate of arts degree simultaneously. The type of students who should attend SCFCS should be willing to work hard, be mature enough to handle college classes at a young age, and who are not really into the typical high school experience.

Anonymous, Student, State College of Florida Collegiate School, Class of 2016

A typical day at the State College of Florida Collegiate School is nothing like a typical day in high school. For eleventh and twelfth grade, an enrolled student takes all college classes at the State College of Florida campus. Every SCFCS student's schedule is different as each person chooses which classes he needs to take for his major. A potential SCFCS student should be dedicated to his or her future, have good time management skills, and know how to properly communicate with professors and fellow classmates.

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