University of Central Florida sports programs brought in $117,000 per athlete in revenue in 2016, meaning its athletes on average generated the fourth highest sports revenue of any school in Florida that year, according to a Florida Local News Network analysis of U.S. Department of Education data.
There is still time to throw your hat in the ring for the full-time Administrative Assistant position at Geneva School District!
Happy Holidays to all of our Three Points students and families!
Florida Institute of Technology ranked No. 1 for student athletic participation in the state, according to a Florida Business Daily analysis of college sports participation.
Bart Roberts, Guidance Director at Osceola Technical College (oTech) recently presented to ALCO's English for College and Career Readiness class.
Students attending University of Central Florida had an average graduation rate of 40 percent, according to the most recent data on four-year universities nationwide compiled by the U.S. Department of Education.
One Florida university made a list of 20 schools that defied recent trends and posted the smallest decreases in student acceptance rates over the past 12 years, according to a new study by BusinessStudent.com.
Laptop should be fulled charged.
Congratulations to JV and Varsity Boys Basketball teams. Both had great wins against Lake Mary.
The opportunity to connect with leading specialists in the practice to hear about their experiences, innovative technologies and advancements in the field.
Join the UCF College of Medicine for the fall edition of UCF MEDTalk, where Dr. Timothy Gilbertson, professor of medicine, will explore factors that affect taste.
Three Points PTA Presents Family Science Night: Panther families, join us!!
Teachers got to have a treat at the candy-apple bar while learning about some “tricks” to enhance their instruction for the classroom
.ALCO's November 2018 Calendar.
First class is free! For the month of October
After reading the book by Peter H Reynolds, we made our mark by creating monochromatic dots for the display in the library, to show that we are all individually a part of something big!