Temple Christian

Planning for life after high school graduation is exciting but it can also be overwhelming. We have compiled several links to help students and parents organize information and resources for life after graduation.

Grade Level Checklists

This link will help you organize what students should be doing each year to prepare for college.

College Prep

Dual Enrollment Information

Temple Christian School has an agreement with Eastern Florida State College to offer college classes to students while still in high school.  Any student interested in taking dual enrollment classes must first meet with Mrs. Rhonda Gordon, TCS Administrator, to discuss criteria and receive important information. More information is available at this link.

Dual Enrollment

College Bound Testing

These websites not only have the test dates, registration forms, and fees, they also have practice test questions to help students prepare for the tests.

ACT      www.act.org 

SAT      www.collegeboard.org

PERT    Once application is made to Eastern Florida State College call 321-632-1111 to schedule

Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

Everything you need to know about the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship program can be found at this link.

Bright Futures

Community Service Hours

Students are highly encouraged to volunteer during their high school years. Volunteering gives students a chance to build work skills as well as fulfill requirements for many scholarships.  We post volunteer opportunities on the bulletin board outside the school office. We also email notifications to families when we receive requests for volunteers.

This link provides a listing of some of the organizations in North Brevard that may need volunteer help.

Community Service

Community Service Log

Print out copies of this form to track your volunteer hours. Turn in completed sheets to the school office.

Community Service

Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA)

Students may apply for state-funded scholarships and grants by submitting the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA). Before accessing this application, students should review the Student Handbook, which includes the Bright Futures Student Handbook and the Application Essentials. The materials available within this handbook provide detailed information about state-funded programs and help with the application submission process. In January of each year, Temple seniors complete the application during a special information session.

Financial Aid

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students to determine their eligibility for student financial aid. Parents and students will need to submit income information to determine eligibility.