Students in High School
High school is the perfect time to explore your options at Eastern Florida State College — whether it’s planning for future enrollment or getting a head start now through one of our Dual Enrollment programs that can even lead to an A.A. degree along with your H.S. diploma!
Use the topics in the accordion below to find the helpful info that will make the transition from high school to college a smooth one. The calendar on this page showcases events designed for H.S. students, plus check the contacts section to make a Senior Success appointment.
To attend after you complete High School:
If you want to enroll at EFSC after graduation, and have never taken a class at the College, apply following the steps for a first time in college student. Once you take a course at EFSC as a high school student, such as through dual enrollment, you are also an Eastern Florida student. If you continue your education at EFSC after H.S. graduation, you do not need to submit a new application for admission. Instead follow the follow the steps in this flyer to make the switch.
Expand each topic below to get all the details. And remember to reach out to our enrollment team if you have questions.
Dual Enrollment allows qualified public, private, and home education students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades to enroll in select college and vocational credit courses offered by EFSC.
With Dual Enrollment, the college credits you earn count toward both a college degree or certificate and a high school diploma. We've got the Early College Program to earn an A.A., with two- and three-year tracks. High school seniors can even take their senior year courses to earn their H.S. diploma at EFSC through our Early Admission Program, which still allows them to take part in sports and clubs at their high school.
Want to help your parents see the cost saving advantages of dual enrollment? Direct them to our Parent Preview page, which includes info about special events for parents and guardians.
Making the transition from High School to College can be difficult, with a unique journey for each student. Sometimes the hardest part is getting started. But that's why we're here.
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Whether you need help with the EFSC application, help filling out the FAFSA or deciding what to study – we can guide you in the right direction. For one-on-one assistance, get in touch at 321-433-5497 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current or recent Brevard Public School students can get a jump-start in a Career and Technical Program at EFSC through what's called Advance Standing Credit. You'll save time and money by receiving college credit for career programs that you took at your high school, such as drafting, business technology, digital media and design, HVAC, machining, and many more.
Visit our High School Credit page to see all the choices that qualify for this great opportunity, plus how to be sure you get the credit.
Each year we visit high schools with custom Go Higher, Get Accepted (GHGA) workshops designed to help you with the transition to college. Go Higher helps ease the application process and answers your financial aid questions.
Our Class of 2024 dates are being finalized for Spring 2024, so check back this fall for info about our events that will start in January.
If you are a graduating high school senior, you may be eligible to register for summer term courses at EFSC before the College receives your final transcript with graduation date. Brevard Public School students should contact their high school guidance counselor to discuss the process and form required to register pending final transcripts. Private school and home school students should contact EFSC Admissions to discuss the potential options.
The Florida Student Hub of Innovative Educational Services — better known as FloridaShines — is a service of the Florida Virtual Campus. High school and college students, parents, and counselors use this free Florida Department of Education website to help plan and track educational progress in Florida, plus to apply for courses at another Florida school as a transient student.
Welcome high school students! If you're a high school senior or recent grad and would like to discuss your degree options or enrollment steps, make an appointment using the Enrollment Assistance Scheduler. You can also call or visit an EFSC Admissions Office.
The Cocoa Admissions and Records Office can answer many questions quickly by calling a specialist at 321-433-7300.
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM
Address: 1519 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, Florida 32922
Location: Bldg. 11, Room 219
The Melbourne Admissions and Records Office can answer many questions quickly by calling a specialist at 321-433-7300.
Hours: Mon. - Thurs., 8 AM - 7 PM
Address: 3865 N Wickham Rd
Melbourne, Florida 32935
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 143
The Palm Bay Admissions and Records Office can answer many questions quickly by calling a specialist at 321-433-7300.
Hours: Mon. - Thurs., 8 AM - 7 PM
Address: 250 Community College Pkwy
Palm Bay, Florida 32909
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 114
The Titusville Admissions and Records Office can answer many questions quickly by
Phone Hours: Mon. - Thurs., 8 AM - 7 PM
Office Hours: Mon. - Wed., 8 AM - 5:30 PM; Thurs., 8 AM - 7 PM
Address: 1311 North U.S. 1
Titusville, Florida 32796
Location: Bldg. 3, Room 107
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