ACE Adult High School Orientation

Registration Process

  1. Submit official (unopened) transcript to ACE with contact information so that we can reach you.
  2. We will contact you after we have evaluated your transcript.
  3. Meet with the Student Case Specialist to review your course options.
  4. Pay the $31.50 tuition for the semester.
  5. Confirm your class schedule.
  6. You will receive a welcome email from your teacher with a date for a class-specific orientation to get started.

Why study for your diploma at ACE?

  • Only $31.50 per semester
  • Friendly and helpful teachers
  • Work at your own pace
  • Career advising to help you with your goals

Our Classes


English 1

English 2

English 3

English 4


Algebra 1

Algebra 2

Algebra 1-A

Algebra 1-B


Math for College Algebra

Math for College Liberal Arts

Math for Data and Financial Literacy


Physical Science


Earth / Space Science

Social Studies

US History

US Government

World History


To complete this orientation, read all the information on this page and complete the registration form below.

In addition to the Adult High School program at ACE, we have two other options:

  1. Students enrolled in high school who wish to earn credits or improve their grade point average through ACE may contact their high school guidance counselor to request enrollment in the ACE Credit Recovery program. For further information, contact Ms. Latonia Jackson at [email protected] or 850-717-2030.
  2. Our GED® Prep classes will help you with the skills necessary for obtaining your state of Florida high school diploma by passing the GED® exam. For further information, contact Ms. Noal Weiland at [email protected] or 850-717-2038.

School Rules

  1. Students must wear ID badges at all times.
  2. Students will report to class on time and remain the entire class period. Failure to attend on a regular basis may result in the student’s withdrawal.
  3. Students with vehicles are expected to park in the designated student parking area (ACE campus).
  4. Students are expected to respect the rights and property of other students and staff at all times.
  5. Discriminatory slurs, sexual harassment, vulgar or profane language/gestures, loud, disruptive talk, provision of false information, and moral laxity will not be permitted.
  6. Defacement of school property is a violation of school board policy. All students are expected to refrain from behavior that is damaging to school property.
  7. Students are expected to inform friends and acquaintances not to visit them at school during class time unless prior approval is received from administration.
  8. Food and beverages are not permitted inside the classrooms unless authorized.
  9. No weapons of any kind are permitted.
  10. Students are expected to dress appropriately for a school environment.
  11. Possession or use of tobacco products, illegal substances, or alcohol is prohibited at all class locations.
  12. Cheating and/or plagiarism will result in student withdrawal from the program.
  13. Personal telephone or other electronic communication devices may not be used during school hours. Devices must be placed on silent or turned off during class time.

Dress Code


  • Masks are optional.


  • Must cover chest/breast and back (no cleavage allowed).
  • Each strap must be 2 inches or wider.
  • Must not expose the stomach or back when both hands are placed above head.
  • Must not show excessive armpit area.
  • Must not be made of “see-through” material.

Skirts, Dresses, and Shorts:

  • Must reach beyond the tips of fingers when in a standing position.

Pants and Shorts:

  • Waist of attire must not fall below the waistline.


  • Boxers, briefs, bras/bra straps, etc. must not be exposed at any time.


  • May not be used for the purpose of covering inappropriate attire.

Attire, Jewelry, and Tattoos:

  • Must not be sexually suggestive.
  • Must not feature crude or vulgar commercial lettering, printing, or drawings.
  • Must not depict drugs, tobacco, or alcoholic beverages.
  • Must not be indicative of gangs or gang membership.
  • Must not be sheer and/or tight to reveal underwear or body parts.
  • Footwear is required.

Medical/Cultural/Religious Attire:

  • Is permitted if part of a cultural activity, a religious uniform, or needed for medical reasons.

You must verify that you have read the School Rules on the Registration Form.

Watch the 3 required orientation videos below before completing the registration form.

Sexual Harassment


Domestic Violence

You must verify that you have watched the Required Orientation Videos on the Registration Form.

Spring Semester January 8 to May 24, 2024

Complete all pages of the ACE Registration Form below. Click submit when the form is complete.

If you are under the age of 18, your parent or guardian must be with you to complete the registration form.



Latonia Jackson

Student Case Specialist

[email protected]

(850) 717-2030