Palm Bay Magnet High School Guidance Department
Early Admission Update: Due to campus closures and the latest order from the Governor’s office, Early Admission Packet documents must be emailed as attachments to the Dual Enrollment Coordinator at email@example.com — that includes these three documents:
- Early Admission Application with essays;
- Student/Parent Agreement; and
- The 2020/2021 Early Admission Eligibility Evaluation that was completed by the counselor.
We will evaluate the applications as they are received and notify students via their titan email of their acceptance status. Their school will also be notified.
We have been able to pick up and process early admission application packets that were mailed (via snail-mail)and arrived in the Melbourne campus mailroom this week. Beginning next week, however, we are not allowed on campus so this will no longer be possible. Due to campus closure, processing mailed application packets may be delayed.
Early admission information has been updated on the website, Below is the link.
Online Dual Enrollment Orientation Update: An online Dual Enrollment Orientation is being developed. Once it goes live, students will be able to complete the orientation online and the registration holds on their record will be lifted. The information will be on the website. Both first-time collegiate and regular dual enrollment will complete the same online orientation.
College Credit Placement Testing Update: The college is working on a plan for offering remote, virtual college credit placement testing/retesting. The information will be available on the EFSC testing website once the plan is finalized.
Academic Testing/Course Exams Update: EFSC Spring courses have transitioned to online instruction. If an instructor requires a proctored exam, students should contact their instructor for additional direction. The College has contracted with the third-party test proctoring service, ProctorU, for the Spring Term to offer testing for the face-to-face courses that moved online at a flat fee of $8, for a limit of up to two hours each test.
Dual Enrollment Registration Process Update: EFSC advisors will send students an email confirming that the student’s registration has been completed, however, they will not be able to type into each student’s confirmation email the specific course information due to time constraints. High school counselors will receive a list of students and the courses that they are registered into a week before classes begin. It will include course title, meeting times, CRN etc. Students will be able to go into their myEFSC portal and check their schedule.
952-5900 ext. 25527Colona.Stefany@brevardschools.orgDirector of GuidanceScholarshipsAP TestingAcademic Awards952-5900 ext. 25523Baker.Mark@brevardschools.orgClass of 2021Bright Futures Contact952-5900 ext. 25525Hoeft.Leslie@brevardschools.orgClass of 2022Dual Enrollment/Collegiate High School ContactLinda Finney952-5900 ext. 25526Finney.Linda@brevardschools.orgClass of 2023504 Contact952-5900 ext. 25524Bartley.Nichole@brevardschools.orgClass of 2024ESOL Contact952-5900 ext. 25529Boswell.Melanie@brevardschools.orgHospital Homebound Contact952-5900 ext. 25528Sleeth.Brittany@brevardschools.orgESE Contact952-5900 ext. 25532Innes.Nikeisha@brevardschools.orgSocial WorkerStudents in Transition Contact952-5900 ext. 25679Gideon.Andrea@brevardschools.orgGSP /Testing Coordinator
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