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  • Scholarships, summer opportunities, etc. at the News Tab 
    Be sure to check the "News" Tab on the navigation bar near the top of this page regularly. Many scholarships, volunteer opportunities, summer programs, and other special programs are mentioned here. 
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  • Course registration for the 2014-2015 school year is now open. 
    All students in grades 9-11 are required to make their course selections online. To begin, click on the tab near the top of the page - "Students," and then click on "Course Scheduling." Read all of the directions here and on the course registration pages carefully.
    1. The online form must be completed and submitted by March 10, 2014.
    2. You should print out your selections for your records.
    3. This information will be input into the school scheduling system based on your selections.
    4. If you do not make selections, courses will be assigned to you and will not be changed.
    5. Counselors and administrators will be available in the courtyard during lunches Tuesday through Friday, March 11-14, 2014, to answer any questions you might have.
    6. In late April, you will be emailed (to the email you provide - please be careful inputting you email address) your course requests as they have been input into the scheduling system. It is critical that you review your selections to make sure they are what you intended.
    7. There will a period of time when you can correct errors on your selections - this will be announced. 
    NOTE: rising 9th grade registration is NOT YET AVAILABLE.
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  • Help the Media Center get a 3-D Printer
    Our library is where our students go to create, collect, communicate and collaborate and will be the perfect spot for a “makerspace”  with a 3D printer.  Please go to the library’s classroom request at:  for a full description of the project .  



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Welcome to Stanton College Preparatory School

The oldest continually operating high school in Florida draws from the rich community traditions of the past while reaching for a new tradition of advanced academic achievement. Stanton, built in the 1860′s was destroyed, rebuilt, moved, and changed from a comprehensive to vocational curricula. In 1981, Stanton College Preparatory School became the Duval County School System’first magnet school. Beginning with grades 7-10, and adding one grade level each succeeding year, the first senior class of 54 students graduated in 1984. Stanton College Preparatory School now serves secondary students living within the 841 square miles of the Duval County school district and leads the Duval County Public Schools in academic achievement. Stanton consistently ranks first in the county and in the top 3 in the state for the number of National Merit Semi-Finalists.


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