Skip Navigation

What is an AP class?

  • The College board’s advanced placement courses are college-level classes in a wide variety of subject’s that you can take while still in high school. They offer you challenging course work and a taste of what college classes are like. College credit is given to students who receive a passing score on the AP Exam in May. All exams are proctored at FBA and there will be a fee associated with the course.

 What is the difference between an AP course and an honors course?

  • An AP course generally requires more from the student academically than an honors course. Although honors are advanced courses, AP courses are college level classes a student can take in high school. An honors course is an advanced class but does not give the student college credit.

 What is a CLEP test?

  • The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course. Developed by the College Board, CLEP is the most widely accepted credit-by-examination program, available at more than 2,900 colleges and universities. Pass any of the 33 CLEP exams and achieve your college and career goals.

 Who do I contact for more info on how my children can CLEP a course?

  • Click Here for information

How do I change my child's schedule?

  • Have your child pick up the “add/drop” slip in the high school office. Fill it out and return it to the office. Student's have the first two weeks of school to request changes to their schedules.

What is the deadline to register for the SAT/ACT?

Can my child qualify for Florida Bright Futures at FBA?

  • Yes! The Florida Bright Futures scholarship is academically based. Students must submit the Florida Financial Aid application after December 1st but before graduation in order to be eligible. The application can be completed on line.
  • For more information visit the website at: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/bf