The Collegiate High School (CHS) at Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) received an “A” status based on student performance from the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) on December 11, 2023. Proudly, CHS has maintained an “A” rating since its inception.
The Collegiate High School at NWFSC is ranked number one in Okaloosa and Walton Counties in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Graduation Rate, and College and Career Acceleration. Additionally, CHS outperformed the district, state, and national levels in 10th Grade PSAT Scores.
"The success of Collegiate High School is a testament to the power of choice in education,” expressed Dr. Devin Stephenson, President of Northwest Florida State College. “We are incredibly proud to offer a learning environment that encourages personal growth, academic excellence, and prepares students for their future careers."
The Collegiate High School (CHS) at Northwest Florida State College, established in 2000, is an innovative charter school that consistently ranks among the top high schools in Florida. CHS, while embracing technology and reading across-the-curriculum, sets itself apart from tradition-based education with several innovative programs, including a small school atmosphere with individualized programs, personal attention, free academic tutoring, skilled instruction by college faculty with doctorates or advanced degrees, free college tuition, and textbooks. With a proven track record of academic and student success, parent satisfaction, and accolades from state and national education officials, CHS at NWFSC is a true testament to the power of choice.