This post was published on 05/22/2019.
Pasco students from 14 high schools graduated from Pasco Hernando State College before their 2019 high school graduation through dual enrollment courses and collegiate high school.
Following is a list of schools and the number of students who earned AA degrees.
Students can take dual enrollment courses and enroll in collegiate high school at no cost while in high school, saving families thousands of dollars in college tuition and textbook costs.
High school dual enrollment allows a student to be enrolled in high school and simultaneously enrolled in college or specific technical credit courses at PHSC, which are counted toward high school graduation. To be eligible for dual enrollment, Florida law requires that a student must:
For continued eligibility to participate in college credit dual enrollment courses, students must maintain at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA and the 2.0 postsecondary GPA specified in the Dual Agreement Articulation Agreement.
The collegiate high school program is designed to allow students to earn an AA/AS degree or a Cape certification while also earning their standard high school diploma. In addition, the Pasco County Schools/PHSC program:
To qualify for collegiate high school, students must:
Pasco County Schools high school graduations are scheduled June 4 through June 9. Most will be held at the Yuengling Center at the University of South Florida. Pasco High School’s ceremony will be at the school and Pasco eSchool’s will be at River Ridge Center for the Performing Arts. For school graduation times and dates, visit the Google calendar on the district website.