The Steele-Collins All Male Charter Academy would like to welcome you to our new website during our time of transition. The Mission and Vision of the school has not changed, and the quest to develop a productive and highly competitive student is still the primary focus of our educational institution. However, the targeted population has changed for the 2013-2014 school year. The Steele-Collins All Male Charter Academy is presently accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year from all sixth through eighth grade male students currently living in Leon and Wakulla Counties. The Steele-Collins All Male Academy is a public non-tuition uniform-wearing school which provides transportation and free and reduce lunch (if qualified) to all of its students. The Academy has totally restructured its focus, administration and faculty and look forward to providing your young man with a creative and academically challenging curriculum that will encourage him to “Soar to Higher Heights” during the 2013-2014 school year.

The “All Male” concept has been embraced locally and is nationally recognized as an excellent educational platform to support young men in a caring and nurturing environment during a critical time in their educational journey. Your young man will have an opportunity to matriculate in an academic setting designed to promote high student achievement, entrepreneurship, high self-esteem, confidence building activities, and social and moral values. The program’s foundation will be established on the Six (6) Pillars of Steele-Collins Gentlemen which are Accountability, Respect, Responsibility, Determination, Pride and Perseverance. The implementation of these pillars as our watchwords will inspire our young men to achieve “SUCCESS” in every aspect of their educational and personal lives.

For further information regarding admissions, uniforms, transportation, and free and reduced lunch forms please contact the school at (850) 681-1929.

We offer small classes, bus transportation, hot lunches and of course, no tuition. Our students wear uniforms to help focus their educational experience.

Let’s Make A Difference In The Lives Of Our Young Men TOGETHER!!

Kelvin L. Norton, Ph.D.