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Points of Pride

2015 Standard of Excellence

Eight Finalists selected for Spring 2015 Outstanding Graduate Award

Eight finalists selected for the Spring 2015 Outstanding Graduate Award
ACADEMICS
  • The Brain Bowl Fire Team won national and state championships and defeated prestigious universities. Two students were named FCSAA All-Tournament players and the team coach won Coach of the Year.
  • Eight finalists selected for the Spring 2015 Outstanding Graduate Award.
  • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) team members qualified to compete in the 2015 FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference. One member was inducted into the FBLA-PBL Who’s Who. Two students won first and second place at the state conference.
  • Model UN won Outstanding Delegation award and Best Position Paper at Southern Regional Model UN Conference. Two students won Outstanding Delegate awards.
  • Four students named to the 2015 All-Florida Academic Team.
  • Phi Theta Kappa inducted nearly 350 students in the 2014-15 academic year.
  • Math Olympics team placed fourth at a state competition. A student and faculty member won Best Presentation awards at a conference. Two students placed second and fourth at the Central Florida Undergraduate Mathematics Conference for two- and four-year schools; SCF was the only two-year school to compete.
  • SCF was one of 25 colleges and universities nationwide selected to participate in Yale University’s Small World Initiative.
  • SCF named a charter member of the Manufacturing Institute’s M-List.
Brain Bowl Champs with Dr. Probstfeld 2015
Phi Beta Lambda
2015 All Florida Academic Team
Model Un 2015

ATHLETICS & STUDENT LIFE
  • Tennis team ranks third in the nation and first in state. First SCF women's team to win back-to-back.
  • Volleyball team ranked ninth in the nation, runner-up in state and first in Suncoast Conference.
  • Baseball team placed second in the Suncoast Conference. Qualified for state tournament for the 20th consecutive season—a state record.
  • Softball qualified for the state tournament for the 15th consecutive year and won the Suncoast Conference Championship.
  • SCF represented eight of the sixteen All-State Orchestra musicians and won awards and/or scholarships at the Florida College System Activities Association Winter Music Symposium.
  • SCF student filmmakers participated in Cine-World Film Festival.
  • SCF Chamber Choir accompanied Grammy-nominated Susan Boyle in a sold-out concert at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota.

 

Tennis Team 2015
Orchestra 2015
SCF Choir with Susan Boyle 2015

ACCREDITATIONS & PASS RATES
  • SCF is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
  • Eighty-one students were awarded their A.S. in Nursing in Spring 2015.
  • ALL health programs are nationally accredited.
  • 100% pass rate on national exams in all health programs—Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant and Radiography.

 Nursing Pinning with Cassandra Holmes 2015

 

COLLEGIATE SCHOOL
  • Recognized by US News & World Report with bronze ranking for Best High Schools.
  • Earned a fourth consecutive “A” grade from the Florida Department of Education.
  • Three collegiate school students won outstanding graduate awards.
  • More than $1.2M in college scholarships awarded to 2015 graduates.
  • Nearly 50% of the 2015 graduating class are members of either National Honor Society and/or Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.
  • More than 9,000 service hours completed by 2015 graduates.
  • Two collegiate school students won state awards and are now competing in a national history fair competition.

 SCF Collegiate School 2015




 

 

MILITARY FRIENDLY
  • For the fifth year, SCF was named a Military-Friendly School by G.I. Jobs Magazine.
  • SCF is among the top 20% of all colleges and universities nationwide for helping military service members achieve success as college students.
 Veteran Graduates 2015
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