Explore aerospace and engineering in high school while gaining college credit.
Fort Pierce Central High School and Daytona-based Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) have teamed up to provide students with an opportunity to gain experience and competency in aerospace, aviation and engineering. Students are officially registered in Embry-Riddle courses that will reflect on their college transcripts. These STEM courses help prepare students for college and a high-paying career in this exciting industry.
This collaboration creates a great opportunity for both parents and students. Students earn college credit in the convenience of the normal high school day and parents save money on tuition costs. To download a full brochure regarding the ERAU program and the opportunities provided to high school students, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
- College credit and transcript
- No program cost to student
- College savings
- Credits fully transferable to college of choice
- Greater appeal to college of choice
- Learn college success strategies
- Develop problem solving skills
- Develop skills in exciting and high paying career fields
- Have fun while learning
- Complements high school math and science curriculum
Meet the Faculty
[team_member photo=”https://schools.stlucie.k12.fl.us/fpc/files/2015/01/adkinsforweb.jpg” name=”Professor Kevin Adkins” position=”Director of St. Lucie County Aerospace Institute”]
With Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the University of Michigan, Professor Adkins leads the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University program at FPCHS. He brings his background in flight-based engineering and design in helping students realize their aspirations in a aeronautical career. For a full, bio CLICK HERE.