2017 has already been a banner year for the Florida FAFSA Challenge. The statewide initiative seeks to increase completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by 5% compared to last year, and Florida surpassed that goal more than a month before the campaign’s conclusion on March 31.

To celebrate individual schools meeting that same 5% goal, Florida College Access Network  is holding weekly drawings to award college banner kits to those schools. The kits are generously provided by the College Football Playoff Foundation and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission, and they each contain 20 collegiate banners for all of Florida’s universities as well as others in the NCAA.

The schools receiving banner kits as a result of the March 17 drawing are:

Miami Lakes Education Center

Suncoast Polytechnical High School

Space Coast Junior/Senior High School

Somerset Academy Charter High School (South Homestead)

Lake Howell High School

Sebastian River High School

William R. Boone High School

Lincoln Park Academy

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

Lakewood Ranch High School

Freedom High School

Leon High School

Lawton Chiles High School

Hollywood Hills High School

Jose Marti Mast 6-12 Academy

Lakeland Senior High School

William M. Raines High School

Professional & Technical High School

Ridge Community High School

Port St. Lucie High School

Niceville Senior High School

New Smyrna Beach High School

Everglades Preparatory Academy High School

Rutherford High School

Miami Community Charter High School

Lake Nona High School

Forest High School

Frank H. Peterson Academies

Southwest Miami Senior High School

Frosproof Middle/Senior High School.


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