Greetings Students and Parents,
Thank you for your interest in St. Petersburg Collegiate STEM High School located at SPC’s Downtown Center in St. Petersburg or St. Petersburg Collegiate High School on SPC’s Tarpon Springs campus for the 2022-23 school year.
The first step in the application process is to attend an Information Session. At the Information Session you will learn how St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools prepare students for success in high school and college. Students and parents will share why SPCHS has been the best choice for high school. Staff will highlight the curriculum, the nurturing learning environment, and the many events and activities that make the high school years productive, fun, and memorable. All of this at no cost for fees, books, or tuition!
We have several sessions to choose from as noted below:
Virtual Information Sessions for St. Petersburg Collegiate STEM High School at SPC's Downtown Center:
May 31, from 6:00 -7:00 p.m. Register
In-Person Information Sessions for St. Petersburg Collegiate STEM High School at SPC's Downtown Center:
Register by completing this form.
We look forward to seeing you at an Informational Session! If you have any questions, please contact Starla Metz at email@example.com or at 727-302-6883. To learn more about St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools, please visit our website at spchs.spcollege.edu. We look forward to sharing information about our highly ranked schools, all that SPCHS has to offer to our students, and the application process.
If you have comments about this survey or questions regarding how to complete this survey, please contact Starla Metz at Metz.Starla@spcollege.edu or call (727) 302-6883.
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