Family Christian Center School encourages students to take advantage of the Dual Enrollment Program at Lake-Sumter State College in Clermont. Students who have completed their sophomore year of high school are eligible to dual enroll the summer after their sophomore year. Lake-Sumter bills private schools at a discounted rate for classes taken by their students.


Students will be eligible to take one three-hour (also three-credit)  course each fall, spring and summer semester. FCCS will pay the cost of one three-hour course (per year) for students who successfully complete the course attempted; all other courses taken will be paid by the parent at the discounted rate. Please note that on occasion, books are required for courses and these will be purchased by the parent.


Students must meet all academic requirements of the College and are also responsible for contacting Lake-Sumter State College to make an appointment with an advisor to begin the dual enrollment process. Lake-Sumter South Lake Campus – 1250 N. Hancock Road – Clermont, FL 34711 – (352) 243-5722



FCCS is proud to offer our High School Juniors and Seniors with two different vocational tracks; the National Early Credentials Track and the IT Vocation Program Track via Lake Sumter State College or Early Institute.  These programs have an additional cost and are a wonderful opportunity to give your student a head start to their future. Please contact our admissions office for more information.


This program of study provides the elements of early childhood training required by the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) to obtain the Florida staff credential. The program addresses the specific skills and knowledge necessary to work with children ages birth through five. The program is composed of online coursework, textbook reading, essay, observation, portfolio creation, quizzes and exams, and documentation requirements. Each student enrolled in the program is assigned an Education Coach (EC), who has previous experience working in a child care center or school and has full working knowledge of the state requirements for this credential.


This program of study provides the student with 300 hours of hands on, in-depth training, on Information Technology accumulated over 2 years. The program will require the student to be available for additional non-school hours, possibly evenings and weekends. For more information on computer training offered through the Lake-Sumter Computer Institute, call 352-365-3530.

Check back soon to see our additional vocational programs!!