Application process



Thank you for your interested in Panama City Advanced School.  Administration is here to guide families through the admissions process.  We look forward to meeting and getting to know your child and family as you learn more about Panama City Advanced School.   The best way to learn about Panama City Advanced School is to visit our campus.  

Campus Tours

Campus tours are available by appointment only on school days from Monday to Friday.  Special hours apply for summer break.   Click below to send a request to schedule a tour or call us at 850-784-2520. 

Steps for Admission

Step 1: Complete New Student Registration Form and pay $50.00 registration fee* (non-refundable).

Step 2: Submit all required documents and forms. All documents can be submitted via email ( or by dropping at the front office. Please note: in order to expedite your registration process, submit all documents at once. Incomplete applications will not be processed.

Required documents:

  • New Student Registration Form
  • Florida Immunization Record
  • Florida Physical Exam
  • Birth Certificate (copy)
  • Social Security Card (copy)
  • Cumulative School Records (see request form below) current transcript, grade reports, test scores, and any disciplinary actions will need to be reviewed during application process.

Step 3: All new applicants must submit or  complete a MAP Assessment (both Reading and Math) before interviewing with Principal. Testing date and time will be set-up by Registrar.

Step 4: Interview with Principal - After reviewing potential student's file, the Registrar will schedule a Principal's Interview with both student and parents. Enrollment decisions are based on previous school records, personal interviews, and available seats in the grade level.

Step 5: Acceptance Confirmation - Parents and students will be notified of acceptance decision and if additional information is needed to complete the enrollment process.*Payment required before registration application will be processed.

**The school reserves the right to refuse the application.