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Tallahassee Collegiate Academy Charter High School Opening in August 2023

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Last Updated on February 28, 2023 by Deandre Barrett
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Written By Deandre Barrett  |  News  |  0 Comments | February 28, 2023

Tallahassee Community College is creating the Tallahassee Collegiate Academy (TCA), a tuition-free STEM charter high school that will begin operations in August 2023. In January, the Florida Department of Education blessed Tallahassee Community College as the state’s first college charter school authorizer.

What is Tallahassee Collegiate Academy?

Tallahassee Collegiate Academy is a STEM-focused charter high school that provides 9th and 10th-grade students with academic pathways to advanced coursework in STEM fields. The academy is open to students in Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla counties and offers a rigorous curriculum designed to prepare students for college and careers in STEM-related fields. In addition, students can graduate with their high school diploma and an A.S. degree in any STEM-related field, such as cybersecurity, computer programming, web development, dental hygiene, nursing, video game development, and more.

Interested students will also be workforce ready as soon as they graduate. They can work with Tallahassee Collegiate Academy’s partners or receive job assistance in their chosen local area. Interested students can take their degree and go to a local college to pursue a bachelor’s degree in their selected track.

“Tallahassee Collegiate Academy is a game-changer, offering a first-of-its-kind educational experience for students,” said Karen Moore. “There is no other place in the community that can offer the resources that we provide. TCA graduates will have a high school diploma as well as an Associate of Science degree in a STEM field, and zero debt. Our students will be ready to go directly into the workforce where they will be qualified for in-demand, high-paying jobs, or they can choose to continue their education.”

How to Apply

Applications for Tallahassee Collegiate Academy are now open. Interested students can apply online through the academy’s website. Applicants must provide transcripts, test scores, and other relevant information as part of the application process.

If you’re looking for a tuition-free STEM-focused charter high school that prepares you for college and careers in STEM-related fields, look no further than Tallahassee Collegiate Academy.

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Student Hires is a unique hands-on experiential K-12 program that utilizes the passion of college students to help increase the career readiness of disadvantaged youth in local communities. Our STEM learning programs provide access to industry experts and educators, exposing children to potential opportunities as they explore their surroundings. In addition, we work with local schools in the area to help them host exciting after-school and expanding learning programs so everyone there has fun and exciting memories.

Conclusion

The establishment of Tallahassee Collegiate Academy by Tallahassee Community College is a significant step towards providing students in Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla counties with access to quality STEM education and adequate workforce opportunities. The academy’s focus on preparing students for college and careers in STEM-related fields will undoubtedly benefit the local community by producing a highly skilled workforce. With its state-of-the-art facilities and rigorous curriculum, Tallahassee Collegiate Academy promises an excellent option for students seeking a tuition-free STEM-focused charter high school.


Last Updated on February 28, 2023 by Deandre Barrett

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Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett is a computer programming major at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He currently juggles a life balance between doing course work and marketing apprenticeships with Acadium. After graduating from the Acadium 3rd cohort in 2020 and finishing creating gaming reviews for Blasting News in 2017. He is now creating content for Student Hires and looks to use his experience to take the company to the next level. Student Hires has been focused on collaborating with K-12 schools & universities, as well as community employers, to create valuable job opportunities for local college & university students.

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