We are located on the southwest corner of McMullen Booth Rd. and Enterprise Rd. in the Oakbrook Shopping Plaza in Clearwater, Florida. We are 1.5 miles from Countryside High School.
2461 N McMullen Booth Rd. Bldg B
Our address is:
2461 N McMullen Booth Rd. Bldg B
Clearwater, Florida 33759
Complete an Enterprise High School reservation application. Once you have completed your reservation application, you will be placed on the waiting list. When a seat becomes available at our school, you will be contacted and will have 24 hours to contact us to let us know that you can start school on the given date. The enrollment application, proof of residency, and either a photo ID or birth certificate will need to be presented on the first day you begin school. Students who attended an out-of-county/state school will need to provide a current shot record and physical on Florida Board of Health forms and an official transcript from the out of county/state school.
A total of 24 credit is needed, but may include transferred credits from a previously attended school.
Enterprise High School offers two sessions. The AM session is from 7:00am-12:00pm. The PM session is from 11:00am-4:00pm.
Yes. Breakfast is served from 9:30am-9:50am. Lunch is served daily from 11:30am-12pm. The cost for lunch is $2.75. Free lunch is available to those who qualify. Breakfast is always free.
Charter schools are independently-operated public schools. Parents can choose to send their children to a public charter school outside of their “zoned” public school. There is no charge or tuition to attend a public charter school. While charter schools have flexibility in choosing curriculum and developing innovative teaching practices, charter schools must test students and report results, just like the government-operated public schools, as required by federal and state laws.
There is no cost for application, tuition, course fees, or textbooks. All school supplies will be provided.
Enterprise High School enrolls high school age students, 16-21, who are at-risk of dropping out or have dropped out of high school.
Enterprise is a non-traditional high school, serving students who would traditionally be enrolled in grades 9-12. These students may have fallen behind in earning credits, have difficulty passing state required tests, are at risk of dropping out of school, or just need a new environment in which they can succeed. Enterprise students do not enroll in a specific grade level but rather in the “Enterprise school.” We target the population of students whose educational needs have not been met at any meaningful level and are a viable alternative for the non-traditional student. The Enterprise model catches the students who are falling through the cracks and empowers the community with more contributing adult citizens.
Every Enterprise teacher is certified to teach in the subject and grade-level to which they are assigned. All staff is highly qualified.
Yes. Enterprise High School will provide services to any child with special needs with the goal of having the student become successful in regular classroom settings. Each child is evaluated to determine the most effective educational program we can provide, consistent with federal law.
Yes. Enterprise High School will provide services to any child with limited English proficiency with the goal of having the student become successful in regular classrooms.
Yes. Accreditation is designed to help educational institutions boost their ongoing performance efforts for the benefit of their students. AdvancED insists on a relentless pursuit of excellence – for itself and for the institutions it accredits. This ethic of excellence ensures that institutions will find rich benefits from accreditation and that parents can confidently make informed decisions about their children’s education, knowing their child’s school is accredited. Accreditation matters because our students deserve the highest level of educational excellence possible.
Enterprise is a year round-school, so students can enroll all year long.
Students who live more than two miles away are eligible for a free PSTA bus pass. Students may drive their own cars, carpool, or parents may pick up and drop off students.