Navigating the Post Secondary world can be overwhelming for students and parents. We hope that by providing you this information, it will help guide you in the right direction. Each year the State University System of Florida hosts a college workshop for all high school counselors to provide us with the most update information on each school.
- To view the most recent SUS matrix which shows up to date information on each FL State University click here
- To view the most recent PCUF matrix which shows up to date information on Privates School in Florida-Check Back soon!
General admissions requirements as well as links to each SUS school can be found on this page to assist college bound students.
College Board Resources
The College Board has a variety of resources to help students and parents navigate the college process.
Big Future-this site allows students to search careers, majors, and colleges.
High School Resume - This article talks about what should go into a high school resume and why it is a good idea to have one to send to colleges.
College Advising Guide- This guide has lots of good information to help students prepare for college visits, narrowing down your choices, understanding the college application and more!
The College Essay-This is a one page guide to help students write their college essay.
Have you heard about Landscape? Landscape- provides consistent high school and neighborhood information for all applicants to help admissions officers fully consider every student, no matter where they live. For more information you can visit The College Board's Landscape website here.
Other useful sites for college planning:
My Career Shines State run website where students can explore careers, majors, colleges and more!
Grown and Flown Blog written about High School, College Admissions, College, Parenting tips and more
O*n Interest Profiler helps students find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. Helps you explore careers.
Students can schedule an appointment to meet with their school counselor to assist them with their applications. If a college is requesting a letter of recommendation, please speak with your school counselor to notify them. Allow at least 2 weeks for your counselor to be able to write a letter for you.
If your college uses the common application please view this short instructional video on how to complete the common application. Common Application Video
You can also visit their website for more helpful information. Common Application
If your college uses the coalition application please visit their website to learn how to use the system before completing your applications. Coalition for College
Be sure that if you are interested in playing sports at the Univeristy level, that you have completed the NCAA or NAIA applications. Ms. Melissa Dallenbach, athletic director and Ms. Sheryl Crisp, athletic secretary can assist with questions regarding NCAA eligibility. See below for more information.