Florida Prep campus is located close to the beach, the Indian River Lagoon, and it gives high school scholarships for students. The school is designed to prepare students for the unique challenges of today’s academic and business climates. There are six components that make up the program: Character, Creativity and Entrepreneurial Spirit, Real-World Problem Solving, Public Speaking & Communication, Teaming, and Leadership. Florida Prep has had 100% college acceptance since 1978 and offers students the benefits of a successful academic program, with innovative elective courses.
Art Club, Astronomy Club, Bowling Club, Chess Club, Gardening Club, International Club, Photography Club, Robotics Club, Sustainability Club, Video Game Club.
Recreational Athletic Programs: Intramural Flag Football, Intramural Soccer
Florida Prep assures 100% college acceptance with 1/3 of the yearly graduates attending top 100 universities and colleges. The total immersion of the programs has, for 57 years, assisted students from 63 different countries with ongoing preparation and successful placement in top U.S. Universities.
Housing and Dorms
There are two options for boarding at Florida Prep: either five or seven days. On the five-day, boarding students get the best of both worlds. They are fully integrated into on-campus life; however, they spend the weekends with their families in their own homes. On the seven-day, boarding students are full-time residents, getting the complete boarding experience in preparation for their collegiate future. There are on and off-campus events planned every weekend, which sometimes includes trips to nearby college campuses, Orlando malls, theme parks, and other attractions.
The residential dorms are located in the Hall of Flags – a historic building at the heart of the campus. Boys and girls live in separate halls which are monitored by a student Hall Leader and the Residential Life Staff.
All host families are located within less than 1 hour from school campus.