PSAT Scores Released December 9th

Florida is scheduled to receive PSAT scores on December 9, 2019.  When your PSAT/NMSQT scores are ready online, you'll get an email with instructions on creating your College Board account, going to your online score report, and using your access code to view your scores.

 

Next Steps for Students after receiving their PSAT online score results

  1. Create a College Board account at studentscores.collegeboard.org to view the full PSAT/NMSQT® score report. (See instructions below).
  2. Create a Khan Academy® account at satpractice.org and link College Board and Khan Academy accounts for free, personalized practice for the SAT®.
  3. Start planning for college and career using tools like BigFuture™ and Roadtrip Nation, available via the online PSAT/NMSQT score report.
  4. Sign up for the SAT.

 

How Students Link Their College Board and Khan Academy Accounts:

  1. Go to satpractice.org.
  2. Create an accounton Khan Academy or sign in to their existing account.
  3. When prompted, agree to linktheir Khan Academy and College Board accounts.
  4. Send their scores.

 

Upcoming SAT Test Dates

Send your students to sat.org/register for more information about the SAT, which will be offered on the following dates: MAR 14, MAY 2, JUN 6

 

It’s a good idea to plan ahead—and get comfy—before you start to register.

  1. Sign in to your free College Board account. Your parent or counselor can’t register for you.
  2. Provide your full, legal name and other identifying information. Make sure it’s the exact same name and information shown on your photo ID.
  3. Decide if you want to answer other questions about yourself. This takes time, but it’s worth it if you want colleges and scholarship organizations to find you. Learn why you should opt in to Student Search Service®.
  4. Decide whether to sign up for the SAT with Essay. See which colleges recommend or require it.
  5. Upload a photo that meets very specific photo requirements.
  6. Check out, and print your Admission Ticket.

Understanding your PSAT Results .PDF


St. Pete Collegiate Student Participates in College Level Model UN Conference

One of the great aspects about St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools is the opportunity for our students to participate in student clubs and organizations at the college level at SPC campuses. One of our students, Carson Gordon, at the St. Petersburg campus, is an active member on the SPC Model UN team. The team traveled to Washington DC to compete in the National Model UN DC Conference from November 7th to 11th. The team captured the Outstanding Delegation award, which is the highest team award at the conference.

Read more on the Social and Behavioral Sciences and Human Services blog.

SPC’s MUN team visit the Embassy of Lebanon
Front (Left to Right): Carson Gordon- SPCHS student, Ashley Rutenbeck, Catherine Tomczyk, Isabel Arnez
Middle: Nile Nickel Jordan & Canyon Dike
Back: Frank Yurek, Evan Fergenbaum, Mikayla Stott, Nassim Bentarka


St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools Host Fall Dances

One of the fun aspects of St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools is the student life our students experience in addition to their rigorous academics. One of the events students enjoy the most is the Fall Dance. This year's Fall Dances took place on Friday, October 25th at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus and Friday, November 1st at the Tarpon Springs campus. The students enjoyed dancing, food donated from local restaurants, and even a photo-booth to capture some memories. Each campuses Student Government representatives along with the faculty sponsors planned, decorated, and organized the event, so students could unwind and have a great time. The students had a wonderful time and enjoyed a night to relax and step away from their academics. Here are some pictures that captured the evening of fun at each campus.

Scenes from the Tarpon Springs Fall Dance

Scenes from the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus Fall Dance


Newsweek Names St. Petersburg Collegiate High School as a Top STEM High School

We are excited that STEM.org and Newsweek recently ranked their top 5000 STEM schools in the Unites States, and St. Petersburg Collegiate was ranked in the top 4000. The organization evaluated over 31,500 high schools during this study. See the link for more information.

Newsweek Article


PERT Schedule for SPCHS Applicants Set

The following dates have been set for potential SPCHS applicants to take the PERT test as part of their application process.

Here is the schedule for applicants to take the PERT at either the Clearwater, Tarpon, or St. Petersburg/Gibbs campuses:

Campus, Date, Times, Location

  • SPC Tarpon Springs Campus, Wednesday, January 8th, Student Check-In 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-7:30pm, NuTech 461/462
  • SPC Tarpon Springs Campus, Wednesday, January 15th, Student Check-In 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-7:30pm, NuTech 461/462
  • SPC Clearwater Campus, Thursday, January 23rd, Student Check-in 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-8:00pm, ES 207
  • SPC Gibbs Campus, Thursday, January 23rd, Student Check-in 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-8:00pm, TE 228
  • SPC Clearwater Campus, Thursday, January 30th, Student Check-in 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-8:00pm, ES 207
  • SPC Gibbs Campus, Thursday, January 30th, Student Check-in 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-8:00pm, TE 228
  • SPC Clearwater Campus, Monday, February 3rd, Student Check-in 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-8:00pm, ES 207
  • SPC Gibbs Campus, Monday, February 3rd, Student Check-in 3:30pm, Testing 4:00pm-8:00pm, TE 228

National Honor Society at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus Paints for Hurricane Relief

The National Honor Society chapter at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus organized a painting fundraiser to provide Hurricane Relief from the victims of Hurricane Dorian. Here are some of the pictures they took at their event.