Pineapple Cove Classical Academy's High School Program

The journey of a high school student at Pineapple Cove Classical Academy will occur progressively, culminating in the junior and senior years.  Below, we lay out each year’s primary focus:  9th grade as the Foundational Year, 10th grade as the Learning Year, 11th grade as the Working Year, and 12th grade as the Decision Year.  The 9th and 10th grades are a time for building a strong academic foundation and beginning conversations about post-graduation plans.  The 11th and 12th grades are when students must work diligently to complete the testing, application, and decision-making process for college.  We will provide information and support to students over these four years by notifying them of testing dates, school-sponsored and regional events, and other important deadlines and by advising students on how to use their time wisely in high school and define their future goals and direction.

Pineapple Cove Classical Academy High School Information

Please note high school grades are currently only offered at our Palm Bay and West Melbourne campuses. Students who are eighth-grade scholars at our Lockmar campus get preferential, but not guaranteed, admission to the ninth-grade program. Below is informational presentations concerning our 9-12 programs for planning purposes.

Please direct transfer questions to our registrar, Kristina Snelling.

Click here for our high school Course Catalogue for 2023-2024.

Click here for our graduation requirements.

Click here for the 2021-2022 High School Information Night presentation.

Click here for the 2021-2022 Middle School to High School Transition presentation.

Click here for the 2022-2023 Dual Enrollment Information Presentation.


Applying for College

  • Think about your career plans and interests and decide which school is right for you.
  • Narrow your college choice list to 3 – 5 schools. Pick your dream school as well as a safety school. Always have a backup plan.
  • Start visiting college campuses.
  • Develop your résumé for employment or educational experiences. This is your chance to sell yourself!
  • Many college applications require an essay. Begin your outline and develop your essay. Remember, your English teachers and counselors are here to help.
  • Submit applications as soon as possible as competition is fierce. Ask teachers, coaches, mentors, and counselors to write a letter of recommendation. Give at least a week’s notice along with a copy of your résumé. Don’t forget to write a thank-you note!
  • Request official copies of your transcript from the guidance office to send to the colleges where you apply.
  • Keep copies of all forms, essays, and other documents that you submit.
  • Use caution with email addresses, Facebook, and other social media accounts. Email addresses/Facebook postings that are off-color or show poor taste may affect college admission decisions.
  • If you haven’t taken ACT or SAT exams sign up to do so immediately.

The Florida State University System Admissions Matrix contains important information about state colleges and application deadlines.