• Senior Class of 2020 Important Info and Dates

    Events and Dates:


    Brevard Schools Foundation scholarship opportunities. Applications open Monday, Jan. 27 and will close on Monday, March 8. 


    Go Higher Get Accepted - Feb 13 Media Center 8am - 4pm EFSC college will be on campus to help student with applications and FAFSA parents are welcome. 


    Prom @ Rockledge Country Club on Saturday, April 4th from 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.


    Grad Bash 2020 @ Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure on Saturday, April 25th from 7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. (buses load are RHS at 5:00 p.m.)


    Graduation will be at the Maxwell King Center 5/23/2020 7:00 PM

    The event will be live streamed.

    Need information about cap and gowns? Please contact Jostens at (321)242-2055.


    Promotion by Grade Level:


    College and Career Planning Checklist

     GRADE 12 



     After your FAFSA application has been reviewed, you'll be able to view your Student Aid Report (SAR) online. This will include your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The EFC is a number used by schools to calculate how much you'll be expected to pay for college, as well as the amount of federal student aid you may be eligible for.

     Complete scholarship applications. See guidance scholarship webpage, binder in guidance.

     Watch your mailbox or email because many colleges announce acceptance decisions between February and April. Once you make your decision, be sure to return your acceptance letter by the deadline (usually the beginning of May) to save your spot. 

     Submit your tuition deposit to the college you've chosen. Be sure to get it there on time (typically early in May). A late payment could jeopardize your admission. 

     Starting May 1 - Request your final transcripts from the school guidance office. If you are NCAA Eligible, make sure you also request your final transcript be sent to the NCAA, as well as your college. 

     Pass all Classes senior year, colleges will revoke acceptance for poor senior grades. 


    11th Grade to 12th Grade

    1. Enrollment – Been enrolled three (3) years in the 9-12 sequence;
    2. Credits - Earn at least eighteen (18) credits (block schools – twenty-one (21) credits);
    3. Earn three (3) credits in language arts;
    4. Earn three (3) credits in mathematics;
    5. Attendance - Meet the District’s attendance requirements


    Honor Graduates


    1. Any student with a minimum of 3.50 cumulative weighted GPA at the end of the first semester during the year prior to graduation shall be declared an honor graduate, provided that the student maintains a comparable level of performance during the second semester.
    2. All high school course grades earned in grades 7-12 are to be included in the grade point average for determining honor graduates with the following exceptions:
      1. Adult education;
      2. Pass/fail grades (transfer students);
      3. On-the-job; d. Lowest grade for a course that is repeated.
      4. The cumulative weighted grade point average as indicated in the previous chart shall be utilized in computing the grade point average.


    Valedictorians and Salutatorian


    Valedictorian and Salutatorian honors will be awarded to the students with the highest weighted GPA. (Hundredth) at the end of their 7th semester. The highest GPA (hundredth) will be the Valedictorian honor and the second highest will be the Salutatorian honor.  Students sharing the same numerical GPA will be awarded the same honor.




    Mrs. Reynolds Class of 2020      Email: reynolds.kira@brevardschools.org

    Mrs. Gerry      Email: Gerry.Jennifer@brevardschools.org


    Need information about cap and gowns? Please contact Jostens at (321)242-2055.