High school students and their parents are encouraged to attend the National College Fair to meet college and university representatives and attend workshops to help in preparing for college.
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Please join a panel of leading experts in the fields of education and dyslexia to discuss the need for legislative changes relating to those with dyslexia.
Classes will be held at the Amelia Island Plantation, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church and the FSCJ Betty P. Cook Nassau Center.
Florida State College at Jacksonville’s (FSCJ) Nassau Center is hosting a new student information session.
The Summer Term classes cover a variety of subjects including sciences, religions, public speaking, math, history and more.
Florida State College at Jacksonville is pleased to announce Donna Martin as the new executive director of the Betty P. Cook Nassau Center.
Scholarships were awarded to nine Nassau County high school seniors who attended College Goal Sunday at FSCJ recently.
Arts Alive promotes the arts and provides opportunities and education to children who would otherwise have little to no access.
Most people know and have heard this type of word humor, but few now that it has a word to describe it: Paraprosdokian
Talent Grants available for full and part-time students in Theater (performance and technical), Choral Music, Instrumental Music, and Dance.
The 12 week summer session at FSCJ begins May 19 and ends August 8. There are six and eight week classes available.
See a variety of wildlife food plot and livestock forages and learn from University of Florida experts who will answer your questions.
Participants will be able to enter for scholarship drawings totaling $10,500. The scholarships range from $250 – $2000
SearchAmelia’s own, Ally at the Desk was the “Store Winner” last year!
The Center for Lifelong Learning program has offered 210 classes with 3,061 registrations since the fall of 2000.