Scholarship Information

 

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Talented 20 Program

The top 20% of each high school graduation class are recognized based on academic performance. They are guaranteed admission to one of the eleven state universities in Florida, but not necessarily the school of choice. Students must complete specific academic course work and college entrance tests by the end of their senior year. Students must

  • be enrolled in a Florida public high school and graduate with a standard diploma.
  • be ranked in the top 20% of their class after the posting of 7th semester grades (with validation of 8th semester ranking).
  • take the ACT or SAT prior to completing the 1st semester in college. No minimum score is required for Talented 20.
  • complete 18 college preparatory credits as specified in State Board of Education Rules.

Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program

All current information for Florida Academic Scholars Award (FAS), Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) Award, and Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars Award can be found online at Bright Future Scholarship Information and Handbook.

Bright Futures now requires preapproval for volunteer hours (volunteer hours must have a social impact on the community to be accepted). See all information and forms you need: Bright Futures Student Packet.

Other Scholarship Programs

See Florida Shines and OSFA.

For FAFSA information, click here.

For Federal Financial Aid Application (FFAA), click here.

For more Federal Aid information, click here.

For ECMC's national opportunities college preparation, click here.

For ZipRecruiter scholarship, click here.

 

 

NCAA Eligibility for Athletes

NCCA Eligibility