China! We hear so much about the country and its people, but do we truly understand either? As we enter the new decade, millions of American students will come of age in the era of US/Chinese integration and for many, this represents an exciting opportunity to embrace new technologies, a new culture and to add a new language to their skillset.
In a collaborative agreement unique to Florida Prep, school President, Dr. Marshall Willman recently announced effective August 2020; the school will team with Florida Tech Aviation to open a new pathway from High School directly into the world of Commercial Aviation.
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.
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.
The Florida Prep Robotics Team, ‘Improv Robotics’, recently placed in the top 10 of the 20 teams competing in the Space Coast Robotics Tournament.
What best says home to you? When asked that question many students at Florida Prep responded ‘home-cooked food and family around the table’ and we are betting the majority of the population would say the same.
Florida Prep culinary director Eric Schappert discusses the school’s new garden. The farm-to-table philosophy, which promotes community-supported local agriculture, is a sizzling trend among restaurants.
Florida Prep will host a special Preview Day on Friday, October 25 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.
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In the month since Hurricane Dorian devastated the Abaco islands in the Bahamas much has happened, but unfortunately a lot has stayed the same; schools remain closed and basic foodstuffs, cleaning products and water remain scarce.
A steady stream of college representatives visit Florida Prep with the sole aim of inspiring students to visit and subsequently enroll at their school.
The Florida Tech Panthers had a 309-207 margin in passing yards, led by freshman quarterback Mike Dielello’s 17-for-29 performance with three touchdowns, but Delta State University senior kicker Taylor Crabtree accounted for 16 points and tied a school and Gulf South Conference record for field goals in a game to lead the Statesmen to a 30-28 win over Florida Tech at home on Saturday in the Gulf South Conference TV Game of the Week.
Are you disappointed in your child’s school, but not sure where to seek help? Florida Prep, Melbourne’s premier day school for boys and girls in grades 5 – 12, can assist.
Dr. Marshall D. Willman, President of Florida Prep announced today the school is actively working with parents and alumni in the Bahamas to facilitate the arrival of five displaced students from the Abaco Islands to the Melbourne boarding school.
While others were hunkered down awaiting Dorian’s arrival, Florida Prep students participated in Community Service at the nearby Orlando Melbourne International airport.
Research has shown that students who attend a private school perform better on scholastic tests, enjoy smaller class sizes, have less behavioral issues and earn more in college scholarship funds.
FLORIDA PREP WITHIN YOUR REACH: Research has shown that students who attend a private school perform better on scholastic tests, enjoy smaller class sizes, have less behavioral issues and earn more in college scholarship funds.
The cooler days remind us that winter is still lurking about, but Florida residents don’t fret much about the nippy weather, for we know summer will all too soon pick up steam.
Florida Prep announced that Ryan Mangra is the first winner of the in-house Scholastic Achievement Award. The scholarship covers Mangra’s entire tuition at Florida Prep for his junior year.