Getting to George Stone and Enrolling is a snap!
Please click the links below for Dual Enrollment and Parent Student Agreement Dual enrollment forms.
Step 1: Our location in Pensacola,
Click for directions to George Stone
Step 2. All prospective students must take the TABE or possess an Associate or higher degree from an accredited school. Proof of this degree must be presented to George Stone officials in the form of a certified transcript or diploma.
Step 3. Prospective students who are eligible and would like to apply for financial assistance will be referred by the counselor to the proper agency for consideration.
Step 4. After consultation with the agency representative, the prospective student will return all application data to the counselor for assignment to class. Additional information will be given at this time concerning payment of fees and when and where to report to class.
Step 5. On the entry day, fees must be paid by the student or by a third party agency. No student can be admitted except in this manner.
Step 6. Posted fee structure applies to Florida residents only. A resident is any person who resides within the limits of the state of Florida, has a Florida address, and a Florida ID or driver's license. All non-residents should contact the school for the fee rate. Be advised that out-of-state fees are considerably higher than in-state fees.
Step 7. Students not scoring at the appropriate level on the TABE for the program selected may retest or enroll in ABE classes to improve these scores to an acceptable level.
Step 8: View a map of our Pensacola Campus
Click for a map of the George Stone Campus
If you would like to speak directly to one of guidance
counselors we would love for you to phone us at:
x 2167 (Mrs. Fowler)
x 2116 (Ms. McGowen)
Choose the instructor from our
faculty list that teaches
the program you are interested in and call or e-mail us at:
(850) 941-6200 followed by instructor's
See you in class!
Good teachers are those who know how little
they know. Bad teachers are those who think they know more than
they don't know.
-- R. Verdi
Quote of the week!
"I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework." -- Edith Ann, [Lily Tomlin]