Military Academy Prep School in Florida

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Florida Prep:
Situated in Melbourne FL, Florida Prep offers a premier college prep education to boys and girls in 6th - 12th grade.

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Co-ed College Prep for  students in Grades 6-12:
Florida Prep offers a wide range of college preparatory academic offerings including Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment courses.  The school can boast of 100% College acceptance since 1978

We offer small classes, a caring and state-certified faculty, mandatory evening study halls, and after-school teacher help. 

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6th Grade Curriculum

- English
- Language Arts
- Mathematics
- Science
- Social Studies
- Spanish
- Computers
- Physical Education

7th and 8th Grade Curriculum
- English
- Language Arts
- Mathematics
- Science
- History
- Character Education
- Creative Wheel: Art, Music, and Computers

High School Program:

9th Grade

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- Algebra 1*
- Biology
- Spanish - Level 1
- Physical Education
- Health 
 
10th Grade
- English 2
- Geometry *(Algebra 1 Prerequisite)
- Chemistry *(Algebra 2 Prerequisite)
- World History
- Spanish - Level 2
- Computer Science or Elective

11th Grade
- English 3
- Algebra 2 *(Algebra 1 & Geometry Prerequisites)
- Science Elective
- American History
- Health
- Art
- (2) Electives

12th Grade
- English 4

- Pre-Calculus (Algebra 2 Prerequisite)
- Calculus (Pre-calculus Honors Prerequisite)
- Physics (Algebra 2 & Chemistry Prerequisite)
- College Algebra/Trigonometry (Pre-calculus Prerequisite)
- American Government and Economics
- (2) Electives

High School Electives (Grades 9 to 12)
Photos of Florida Prep- 3-D Art I & II
- Aerospace Science (AFJROTC): 
- Aerospace Science II:Space Exploration 
- Aerospace Science III: Science of Flight 
- Aerospace Science IV: Leadership Development 
- Aerospace Science IV: Special Teams
- Leadership Education I: Global and Cultural Studies
- Civic Law
- Current Events
- College Algebra and Trigonometry
- Computer Business Applications (Office 2003)
- Computer Graphics
- Computer Programming (Java & Visual Basic) 
- Computer Repair (CompTIA A+ Certification Prep)
- English as a Second Language (ESOL)
- Film Study
- Geography
- Geology
- Instrumentals
- Life Management
- Music Appreciation
- Physical Education
- Psychology (1 semester)
- Public Speaking
- Sociology (1 semester)
- Spanish Levels 3-4
- Web Design
- Yearbook


The Guidance Department reserves the right to schedule students according to aptitude indicated by standardized test scores and previous academic record. The Academy also reserves the right to add or drop courses based upon class enrollment.

Honors and Advanced Placement Program:
These courses are designed to challenge academically talented and motivated students. The opportunity to earn college credits through the AP exams can save students a great deal of time and money when they enter college as a freshmen.

Honors Courses:
- English I
- English II
- English III
- Spanish I
- Spanish II
- Spanish III
- Spanish IV
- Algebra I
- Algebra II
- Geometry
- Pre-Calculus
- Biology
- Chemistry
- World History
- Government/Economics

Advanced Placement Courses
- 11th Grade: English Language and Composition and United States History
- 12th Grade: English Literature, Spanish Language, Physics-C, Calculus AB

Dual Enrollment Program Features
- Dual enrollment opportunities for Seniors who are authorized to have a car on campus and can travel to local colleges and universities.

Optional Academic Programs
- SAT Preparation (non-credit)
- TOEFL Preparation
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Tutoring (may be required for students performing below grade level)

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Address: 1950 South Academy Drive, Melbourne, Florida , USA
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2018-04-16 were from:

ORLANDO;   Kissimmee;   Providenciales, Turks Caicos Island;   Vero Beach;   Orlando;   Orlando / Florida / Orlando;   Polk county;   Miami fl;   NY;   tabouk, Saudi Arabia;   and more.
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