Florida Prep Offers Tips on Accessing Public Scholarships During Open House Set Sept. 28

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BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Are you disappointed in your child’s school, but not sure where to seek help?

Florida Prep, Melbourne’s premier day school for boys and girls in grades 5 – 12, can assist.

“Join us for our next ‘Open House’ on Saturday, September 28 at 9:30 a.m. and in two hours you’ll meet our students, tour the campus and learn how to tap into public and private scholarships that pay for your child’s education in a private school,” said Florida Prep spokesperson Jeanette Middleton.

As a secular college prep academy, Florida Prep accepts students of all creeds and nationalities, and our focus goes beyond teaching to the test; community service, leadership, character and academic success are all attributes of a Florida Prep student.

“Your child has only one shot at a good education, why live with disappointment?” said Middleton.

To register for the Open House, email admissions@flprep.com or telephone 321 723 3211 #1 to book your place.

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LONG NOTED FOR ITS DIVERSITY, Florida Prep draws students from 22 countries, thus creating a student body of “citizens of the world” comfortable and appreciative of different cultures. However, while international in scope, Florida Prep still remains a hometown school with tuition discounts for families associated with local companies and the military.

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