The Academy is designed for students with career interests in medical, health, and research fields. The Divisions include health sciences and biomedical sciences. By design the biomedical sciences division requires completion of college level courses and the rigors of high level sciences and mathematics.
The Mainland Collegiate Institute (MCI) aims to fully prepare students for higher education by upholding the highest standards, encouraging numerous opportunities for leadership, and fostering a diverse community of life-long learners. The Mainland Collegiate Institute provides students with an opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts degree (A.A.) through Daytona State College in addition to their high school diploma. The students will take college courses, free of cost (including textbooks), during the school day.
All application deadlines, regardless of academy or program, is January 29, 2021.
with AP and Dual Enrollment Options