At St. Petersburg Collegiate High School, we believe that your involvement is paramount to students achieving their full academic potential. Our goal is to provide you with easily accessible tools and institutional resources. In addition to the resources and services offered on campus, these online tools are available:
When an emergency poses a potential threat to life and safety, SPC will issue timely warnings and/or emergency notifications. Should there be an emergency, SPC’s main website, www.spcollege.edu is the official source of information regarding the status of the institution.
Stay On Top Of Important Information
To help you stay informed, SPC can also call or text you about campus safety warnings, campus closings, weather notifications, key deadlines and other important information. View the emergency alerts information.
At all times, our highest priority is the safety of our students, faculty and staff.
Faculty & Staff Directory
Please reference the St. Petersburg Collegiate High School Faculty & Staff Directory for contact information for our dedicated team of professionals.
We utilize Family Connection/Naviance to keep you up to date. To create an account, you will need the registration code provided by St. Petersburg Collegiate High School. Enter the code in the New User area on the Family Connection main page and follow the on-screen instructions to create an account and establish a password. See Link
Tutoring and Assistance at SPC Learning Centers
Did you know? Students who visit our Learning Centers more than four times in a term can improve their success rate by more than 80%! We want SPCHS students to succeed and encourage them to take advantage of the free tutoring and assistance available at the SPC Learning Centers.
Bright Futures Scholarship Program
The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program establishes three lottery-funded scholarships to reward Florida high school graduates for high academic achievement. To find out if your child qualifies: View PDF.
The legislature passed, and Governor Scott signed Senate Bill 7026, which outlines new requirements for the procurement of a “mobile suspicious activity reporting tool that allows students and the community to relay information anonymously concerning unsafe, potentially harmful, dangerous, violent, or criminal activities, or the threat of these activities, to appropriate public safety agencies and school officials.” Fortify Florida is a suspicious activity reporting tool to communicate information to law enforcement and school officials. The link to report suspicious activity is: https://getfortifyfl.com/