• CCPS Portal:

    The centralized CCPS Portal is your first step in creating a CCPS profile and/or log into accessing your information.

    Now Available:  Grade and Attendance information for parents of students in Grades 6-12, use the Focus icon in the CCPS Portal.

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    CCPS Portal: How To Video

    Learn how to update your contact information, choose your communication preferences, and acknowledge important paperwork through your CCPS Portal account. Begin Now →


    Math

    Elementary Math Resources:

    The CCPS elementary mathematics resources aid students with the foundational concepts and skills needed to be successful in middle and high schools, and eventually in college and careers.. Begin Now →

     

     

    Student Registration:

    Looking to register! Please select from one of the following student registration application processes:

     
      VPK
    Pre-K prepares children to be ready for school. Children who participate in high-quality early childhood education programs develop better language skills, score higher in school-readiness tests and have better social skills and fewer behavioral problems once they enter school. They are also better prepared for Kindergarten, especially in the areas of pre-reading, pre-math and social skills. Enroll Now →

      PREK -12
    All students, Kindergarten through 12th grade, who are NEW to the District, will be registered using the Online Centralized Registration system. Enroll Now →

     

    Charter Schools
    Each of the CCPS Charter schools are independent public schools and have seperate registration processes. If you are interested in enrollment, you may contact the charter school or visit the charter school's web site.

    Operating Charter Schools in Collier County
    Gulf Coast Charter Academy South
    215 Airport-Pulling Road
    Naples, FL 34101
    (239) 784-1539
    Mr. William Staros, Principal
    School Website: Link
    Grades: K - 8
    Immokalee Community School
    123 North 4th Street
    Immokalee, FL 34142
    (239) 867-3220
    Dr. Betty Ann Kotowski, Principal 
    School Website: Link
    Grades: K - 6
    Marco Island Academy
    2255 San Marco Road
    Marco Island, FL 34145
    (239) 393-5133
    Ms. Melissa Scott, Principal
    School Website: Link
    Grades: 9 - 12
    Marco Island Charter Middle School
    1404 Trinidad Avenue
    Marco Island, FL 34145
    (239) 377-3200
    Mr. George Abounader, Principal
    School Website: Link
    Grades: 6 - 8
    Mason Classical Academy 
    3073 South Horseshoe Drive, Suite 114
    Naples, FL 34104
    (239) 227-2838
    Mr. David Hull, Principal 
    School Website: Link
    Grades: K - 12
     

     


      Home Education
    Home Education is one of five legal ways to satisfy the compulsory attendance law. Florida Statute 1002.41 gives parents the choice of achieving regular school attendance through ONE of the following provisions; a public school, a parochial, religious, or denominational school, a private school, a home education program, a private tutor program. Enroll Now →

      Community Education
    Improve your jobs skills or just learn a language. Community Education classes are open to anyone and Registrations are accepted on a first-come, firstserved basis. Enroll Now →

      Adult Education
    Get your G.E.D here! Schedule an appointment by calling 239-377-1319 to register or click here to view more information about getting your GED classes

    Accelerated / Virtual Programs:

    In order to access your grades, you will need to login to CCPS Portal (http://portal.collierschools.com). From the CCPS Portal, you will be able to access your student grades as a link under Resources. 

      Cambridge AICE
    The Cambridge AICE program emphasizes the importance of critical thinking skills and communication in today’s global world. Worldwide, many universities recognize the AICE Diploma for advanced standing at the university level and may award up to 45 hours of college credit for achieving the AICE Diploma. The expansion of the Cambridge AICE program gives Collier County Public School students the opportunity to achieve the prestigious AICE Diploma. This rigorous academic and accelerated program of study is offered solely through the University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), a division of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. The University of Cambridge is consistently ranked as one of the top five academic universities in the world. Learn More →

      Career & Technical Education (CTE) / National Academy Foundation (NAF)
    NAF Academies are part of a national network, provide theme-based curriculum at each grade level and are designed to impact students' post-graduation plans and opportunities for life success! In doing such, they are formed around five career industries with strong employment opportunities and growth.All high school students are eligible to be part of a NAF academy. Learn More →

      COVE
    COVE is a part-time virtual program that offers additional courses for students. The secondary courses are offered for initial credit and are taught by local Collier County certified teachers. Enroll Now →



     

    Gradebook / Testing Information:

    In order to access your grades, you will need to login to CCPS Portal (http://portal.collierschools.com). From the CCPS portal, you will be able to access your student grades as a link under Resources. 

    Grade and Attendance information for parents of students in Grades 6-12 will be available starting on Monday August 29th, 2016.

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    School Resources:

    Curriculum & Instruction:

    Gifted Learners

    Advanced Studies & Gifted Learners

    The purpose of Advanced Studies and Gifted Education is to ensure high expectations and academic achievement for students who are grouped on the basis of achievement and interest in specific content areas. The content, pacing, and expected student outcomes differ from other courses in the same content area. Differentiation in these courses is based on the students' potential and needs.


    Career & Technical Education

    Career & Technology Education

    Collier County Public Schools' Office of Career & Technical Education (CTE) coordinates and implements career education K-12, all career and technical courses and programs, technical preparation, post-secondary articulation agreements, and school-to-career programs including career shadowing, career mentoring, and teacher externships.


    Driver Education

    Driver Education

    The purpose of the Driver Education course is to introduce students to the highway transportation system and to strategies that will develop driving knowledge related to today's and tomorrow's motorized society.


    Exceptional Student Education

    Exceptional Student Education

    ESE provides services that meet the unique cognitive, social, and emotional needs of students with disabilities, preparing them to succeed in a global society. 

    English Language Learners & Foreign Languages

    English Language Learners & World Languages

    The District School Board of Collier County recognizes the inherent linguistic and cultural diversity of its students. To provide English Language Learners (ELL) equal access to the curriculum, the ELL staff has developed a series of goals that will assist students in the acquisition of the English language to provide instruction in the content areas, and develop a setting where the students can assimilate the American culture while enriching and sharing their own cultural experiences with classmates and teachers.


    Fine Arts

    Fine Arts

    The Fine Arts Department's mission is to provide a comprehensive instructional program for students in grades K through 12 in art and music that reflects the National Standards for Arts Education, the Florida Standards, and provides a lifelong foundation for the understanding and appreciation of all the arts.


    Health

    Health

    The mission of the Collier County Public School Health Program is to help provide students with opportunities to develop and enhance skills necessary to make sound decisions and take positive action for healthy and effective living.


    JROTC

    JROTC

    Army Leadership JROTC courses are designed to enable students to develop knowledge of the history, customs, traditions, and purpose of the Army JROTC.


    Literacy - English & Language Arts

    Literacy - English & Language Arts

    The goal of the literacy department is to help young students develop critical literacy skills and to provide multiple opportunities for students to engage with quality literary and informational texts.    

    Mathematics

    Mathematics

    The Collier County Public Schools Math and Computer Science Department strives to provide a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum for all students. Students can choose from a variety of curricular offerings to prepare them for life beyond high school, whether that means entering the world of work or pursuing areas of further study.


    Physical Education

    Physical Education

    The mission of the CCPS Physical Education Program is to offer varied fitness and skill development opportunities so all students can develop healthy optimal levels of fitness, while instilling a desire to make wellness, physical activity and fitness a life long journey.


    Science

    School Counseling

    School counselors support academic achievement and student development. They provide direct services to students through interactions in the classroom, small and large group activities, individual student planning, and responsive services with counseling and crisis response. They also provide indirect services through consultation and collaboration with parents, teachers, other educators and community organizations. School counselors also serve as student advocates to promote academic, career, personal and social development.


    Science

    Science & Environmental Education

    The Collier County Public Schools Math and Computer Science Department strives to provide a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum for all students. Students can choose from a variety of curricular offerings to prepare them for life beyond high school, whether that means entering the world of work or pursuing areas of further study.


    Social Studies

     

    Social Studies

    Social studies may be defined as "the integrated study of the social sciences and humanities to promote civic competence." Within the school program, social studies provides coordinated, systematic study drawing upon such disciplines as anthropology, archaeology, economics, geography, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, religion, and sociology, as well as appropriate content from the humanities, mathematics, and natural sciences.


    Pre Kindergarten

     

    VOLUNTARY PRE-KINDERGARTEN (VPK)

    Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten, or VPK, is a half-day program FREE for all four-year-olds born on or before September 1st residing in Florida.

    HEAD START

    Collier County Public Schools Head Start Pre-K is for children that are 4 years old by September 1st, and whose families meet income guidelines.
     

    EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EDUCATION (ESE)

    To provide services that meet the unique cognitive, social, and emotional needs of students with disabilities, preparing them to succeed in a global society.


    STEM RESOURCES, INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY & MEDIA SERVICES

    STEM Resources, Instructional Technology & Media Services

    The Department of STEM Resources, Instructional Technology & Media Services strives to support the mission of the school district by providing exceptional educational opportunities and training for staff that positively impacts student achievement and development.

       

     

     

     

    Nutrition / Health Services:

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    Student Relations:

    Technology:

    All Collier County Public Schools are now Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD schools. As of the end of the 2014-2015 school year, all schools have completed BYOD training and implementation.

     

     

     

    Transportation:

    The Transportation Department is made up of 400 employees, a fleet of 300 buses and transports 20,000 students every school day.

     

     

     

    Volunteer:

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