High School Programs
Deane Bozeman School: Bozeman Collegiate Academy (BCA)
Bozeman Collegiate Academy (BCA) strives to prepare students for academic rigor by offering courses in Advanced Placement (AP) as well as Dual Enrollment (DE) through Gulf Coast State College. BCA will help develop and strengthen student’s intellect by engagement in academic challenges for those willing to push their own boundaries. BCA is a program of high standards grounded in an encouraging and caring atmosphere. Students will find the results of the challenge to be greater success at the university level and the overall development of the individual.
BCA provides students with college-prep Honors courses, college level Advanced Placement (AP) courses and Dual-Enrollment (DE) courses. In addition to these courses, students have career exploration and preparation opportunities through our Agriculture Biotechnology Program, Vet Assistant (featuring daily interaction with live animals), ROTC and Web Design academies. Deane Bozeman School is committed to providing and expanding our Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment courses to meet the needs of our ever growing population. BCA seeks applicants for admission from highly motivated students who desire a rigorous high school experience while preparing for their future.
If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact the guidance department or Ivan Beach
Deane Bozeman School’s college preparatory program is dedicated to Teaching Rigorous Academics for College and Career Success (TRACCS). The TRACCS Advanced Academic Academy provides students with college-prep Honors courses and college level Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual-Enrollment (DE) courses. In addition to these courses, students have career exploration and preparation opportunities through our Agriscience and Web Design academies.
Our goal is to attain academic excellence in a caring atmosphere while challenging students with high expectations and unique learning opportunities. Dean Bozeman School is committed to providing and expanding our AP and DE programs to meet the needs of our ever growing population.
The application window for Advanced Academic Programs is available on-line (www.bay.k12.fl.us) during the January - February time-frame of each year for Bay County students. Students transferring to Deane Bozeman School and miss the application window must contact the TRACCS Coordinator at 767-1300 to be reviewed for admission.
General Program Guidelines
Students will be required to maintain academic excellence in their pursuit of completing state university standards and/or technical academy completion to remain in good standing in the Advanced Academic Program. Additional guidance intervention(s) will be provided for students placed on academic probationary status while a member of the TRACCS program.
Middle School Programs
It is never too early to introduce students to high academic expectations and challenging coursework. The Deane Bozeman School PRE-TRACCS middle school program is a starting point for students to challenge themselves academically, experience creative/innovative instruction, and get a jumpstart on college and career readiness courses and in a technical academy.
PRE-TRACCS students can transition easily into the high school TRACCS program and take advantage of the growing Advanced Placement and college Dual -Enrollment opportunities. Because the high school is also housed on campus, middle school students have the opportunity to earn high school credit in courses such as, Personal Fitness, Computing for College and Careers, and Algebra 1 Honors. In addition, students may begin their career exploration in the Agriscience or Web Design Academy.
The PRE-TRACCS program invites applicants for admission from highly motivated students who want to learn and succeed in a warm and supportive community.
Overall B or 3.0 grade point average (GPA)
2.5 will be considered with teacher recommendations
Minimum passage requirements of grade-level state testing
Good Attendance Record
Good Discipline Record
The application window for Advanced Academic programs opens April through June of the current school year. New students entering during the following school year, may apply at the time of enrollment.
General Program Guidelines
Students will be required to maintain academic excellence, a good discipline record and a good attendance record. Students not meeting program guidance lines will be placed on academic probationary status. Students will be provided guidance intervention(s) while on probationary status. Students not meeting program guidelines during the probationary status will be removed from the PRE-TRACCS program.