Student Resources

Providing our students with educational tools and institutional resources is an important part in ensuring a clear path towards academic success. In addition to the resources and services offered on campus, these online tools are available:

MyCourses
MyCourses is the online portal used by students to view courses and plan their schedule. There are also easy-to-use teaching and learning tools offered.

Online Course Requests
This survey allows you to request your courses by submitting our online course request form during open registration periods.

St. Petersburg Gibbs Campus: Online Course Request Form

Tarpon Springs Campus: Online Course Request Form

Textbooks
Order your textbooks by submitting our online textbook procurement form.

If you have any questions or need assistance with this form, Tarpon Springs students should contact Dr. Call at (727) 341-3521 or send an email. St. Petersburg Gibbs students should contact Mr. Halstead at (727) 398-8465 or send an email.

Graduation Requirements
View information about high school and Associate in Arts degree graduation requirements for the Class of 2020.

Khan Academy SAT Prep
At Khan Academy SAT Prep, you can learn valuable tips about taking the SAT, and watch tutorials for each section of the test.  In addition, you can download a full-length practice test that provides step-by-step directions for solving each question.

Tutoring and Assistance at SPC Learning Centers
Did you know? Students who visit our Learning Centers more than 4 times in a term can improve their success rate by more than 80%! We want you to succeed and encourage you to take advantage of the free tutoring and assistance available to you 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. Find out if you qualify

Campus Safety
At all times, our highest priority is the safety of our students, faculty and staff.

Report a Safety Concern

St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools l in collaboration with Pinellas County Schools has partnered with Sandy Hook Promise to offer the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System. Say Something allows you to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. Tips made to the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System are passed along to the appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials. Visit the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System.

Additionally, the St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools utilize FortifyFL, a school-related suspicious activity reporting tool that allows Florida students and the community the ability to instantly relay information anonymously concerning unsafe, potentially harmful, dangerous, violent or criminal activities, or the threat of these activities, to the appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials. FortifyFL was created and funded by the 2018 Florida Legislature as part of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. Visit the FortifyFL website.