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Camelot Academy

Camelot Academy is deeply committed to the academic and social success of its students. Through partnerships with educators across the country, we excel in reengaging, graduating, and preparing students for success in K-12 and beyond.

Andrew Maxwell, Principal
401 Brigadier St.
Pensacola, FL 32501
Phone: (850) 497-6692


Escambia Charter

The mission of Escambia Charter School is to provide an alternative educational system that can aid “at risk” students, preparing them academically, socially, and culturally to be responsible participants in our society. The school is dedicated to kindling the hunger for learning, the respect for work, the commitment to public service, and the promotion of innovation, challenged thinking, discipline inquiry, and teamwork. The Escambia Charter School believes that all young people should be encouraged to develop their abilities to the highest extent possible. Students will be encouraged to believe that the habits and characteristics they develop while ins school are determining factors in the way they will interact with society. It is the obligation of the school to see that all students are provided with the opportunity to experience excellence in some realm of their education.

Jerome Chisolm, Principal
P.O. Box 1147
Gonzalez, FL 32560-1147
Phone: (850) 937-0500

Escambia Virtual School

Escambia Virtual Academy (EVA) meets the demands of today’s digital learners through individualized instruction that moves beyond the four walls of the classroom and a clock.

Why choose Escambia Virtual Academy?

  • Highly qualified, local, EVA teachers
  • Rigorous curriculum with a  successful track record
  • Registration exclusive to students residing in Escambia County
  • No waiting list
  • An accredited, public school diploma issued by EVA through the Escambia County School District for students meeting criteria upon completion of the 12th grade
  • Seamless transition to and from traditional brick and mortar schools
  • Graduation plans to meet individual student needs
  • Opportunities to receive Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

What does it cost?

There is no cost for home school, private school, and public school students residing in Escambia County, Florida.

Is it part-time or full-time?

Students in grades 6-12 can take one or more virtual courses through our franchise. This program is open to home, private, and public school students. Full-time students must take 6 courses per semester if pursuing a high school diploma.


Jeremy Lowery, Coordinator

Phone: (850) 469-5448

George Stone Technical School

Our goal is to serve the community as the premier provider of career and technical education by preparing individuals for rewarding careers and to provide businesses with a highly skilled workforce. We strive to obtain that goal by providing quality academic, career, and technical education opportunities for all learners through instruction that integrates rigor, relevance, and relationships.

Thomas Rollins, Principal

2400 Longleaf Drive         Pensacola, FL 32526

Phone: (850) 941-6200

P.A.C.E. Center for Girls

PACE Center for Girls Escambia Santa Rosa began at a small facility behind University Mall in 1994. One Year later, we moved to a 4000 square foot facility on the Pensacola State College campus and have enjoyed a partnership with PSC for the past twenty years. In 2013 we relocated to our current 13,500 square foot facility at1028 Underwood Avenue. Since opening our doors in 1994, we have served more than 2,000 girls through three distinct components: Academic, Social Services, and Transition Service.


Our Passion:

When you’re surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible. -Howard Schultz


PACE believes in girls. We are passionately committed to empowering and inspiring young women in our community. At PACE Escambia Santa Rosa, lives are changed every day.

Laurie Rodgers, Principal
1028 Underwood Ave.
Pensacola, FL 32504
Phone: (850) 478-7060


PSC Adult High

An individual may be admitted to the Collegiate High School program if he/she is at least 16 years of age or older and no longer enrolled in a K-12 program. No exception shall be made to this age requirement. Students enrolling from the Escambia County (Florida) and Santa Rosa County school districts must present a Letter of Good Standing stating that the student is in good standing and would be, if not withdrawing, eligible to continue enrollment in the school district. Students who have been suspended or expelled from an Escambia County (Florida) or Santa Rosa County school may be denied admission to the Collegiate High School program. The Collegiate High School applicant must be capable of profiting from the instruction as determined by standardized tests and/or other appropriate criteria. The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) may be required, and the test will be administered in the Pensacola Campus Test Center. The student will pay fees associated with this testing. The Collegiate High School program is designed to provide adults an opportunity to earn their high school diploma. Residents of Alabama will be entitled to the Alabama Tuition Differential. Residents of other states will be assessed the full cost of instruction for Collegiate High School courses. All students enrolled in the Collegiate High School program will be responsible for purchasing their own textbooks. The Collegiate High School is housed in the Hobbs Center on the Pensacola Campus.

Joseph Kyle, Principal

Phone: (850) 484-2132

2nd Chance at Judy Andrews Center

The 2nd Chance Program is designed for high school students in the Escambia County School District who have been removed from their regular school program due to Expulsion or Disciplinary Re-Assignment. This alternative learning environment offers these students an opportunity to overcome the circumstances that caused their removal.  Students successfully completing this program may return to their regular high school or graduate. Transportation is provided by the School District and students follow the regular school pupil progression plan. Students also earn credits through the Escambia Virtual School (EVA). Students admitted into this program must have a referral from the Escambia County School District Court Liasion.  Historically, over seventy-five percent (75%) of our students successfully complete the program with an average daily attendance rate of over ninety percent (90%).

LaDon Boyd, Principal
129 N. Merritt St.
Pensacola, FL 32507
Phone: (850) 453-7462