About SCF

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


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.

Brain Bowl Champs with Dr. Probstfeld 2015
Phi Beta Lambda
2015 All Florida Academic Team
Model UN 2015

Tennis Team 2015
Orchestra 2015
SCF Choir with Susan Boyle 2015

Nursing Pinning with Cassandra Holmes 2015

SCF Collegiate School 2015

Veteran Graduates 2015

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