In what is described as the most comprehensive assessment of research universities worldwide, Florida Tech has been recognized in the 2020 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities.
Riley Blum, a seventh grade student at McNair Middle School, shared the reasons why her principal, Ms. DeLaughter represents the Heart of Brevard.
Congratulations to Ms. Tabitha Best, PE teacher at Manatee Elementary, for being named the SHAPE America 2020 Southern District Elementary PE Teacher of the Year.
Newsweek recently announced its ranking of the Top 5,000 U.S. STEM high schools for 2019, honoring excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and for the first time in its history, Space Coast preparatory academy, Florida Prep, was included on the list.
Kishen Mitra, a senior at West Shore Jr./Sr. High is making a difference in local elementary schools through sharing his love for STEM education.
Florida Prep also offers a number of in-house academic and private scholarships, available to all our families, in some cases, allowing for a student’s tuition fees to be covered in their entirety.
Eastern Florida State College today was named one of 150 community colleges in the nation eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.
Fund Our Future is a campaign to urge Florida’s legislature to invest in public education—in the success of students, in public schools, and in recruiting and retaining teachers and school support staff.
Eastern Florida State College has won a prestigious Chancellor’s Award for an apprenticeship program helping aerospace companies at Kennedy Space Center and other high-tech firms gain skilled employees.
Stone Magnet Middle School social worker, Anna Maria Curry, has been recognized by teammate and ESE teacher, Stephanie Ludlow, for the difference she has made in helping to build a campus culture of positivity and kindness at Stone.
Florida Tech graduates who went on to leading careers in technology and retail, aviation, construction, and business were honored by their alma mater Oct. 26 at the university’s Homecoming and Awards Gala at the Clemente Center.
Brevard Public Schools and its union for support staff, Local 1010 of the International Union of Painters & Allied Trades, have agreed on a salary increase and a set of tentative agreements for 2019-2020.
Viera Charter School Board Chairman Robert Jordon will officiate the groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of the school’s 43,000 square foot expansion.
Florida Prep’s newest student is Ricardo DeCius, a 16-year-old who is coming to the U.S. from the Bahamas after being impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
Florida Prep will host a special Preview Day on Monday, November 11 on the school’s beautiful 12-acre campus, located at 1950 South Academy Drive in Melbourne – conveniently located on U.S. 192 East, approximately four miles east of Exit 180 on Interstate I-95.
Pat Campbell, anatomy & physiology teacher and football coach has been recognized by senior, Cody Allen, for being the heart and spirit of Merritt Island High School.
The Florida Prep Robotics Team, ‘Improv Robotics’, recently placed in the top 10 of the 20 teams competing in the Space Coast Robotics Tournament.
Brevard-based All Points will be a major sponsor of the Foundation of Associated Industries of Florida’s “Florida Cybersecurity Forum” event set for November 19 and 20 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
Raising teacher pay, creating a welding-training program, and counting JROTC graduates toward state scores for career-and-college readiness top the 2020 legislative priorities for Brevard Public Schools.
Brevard’s six choice schools will begin accepting new open enrollment applications for the 2020-2021 school year as of November 2, 2019.