FPLA Parent Educational Series

“Knowledge is power”

FPLA is committed to family empowerment. We believed that educated parents navigate
the complex college admission process and ensure their child’s success. As part of our
commitment to the community, we are excited to offer a monthly seminar
under “FPLA-Parent Educational Series”.

“ How to go to college debt free? ”

Participation is limited to 12 individuals only. Registration is on first come first served basis. CALL 305-826-1896 to reserve your spot now. Due to space limitations, we may not be able to accommodate walk-ins.

FL 33016.

Dates: Call 305-826-1896 to register.
Time:  Saturdays 2:00 – 3:00 PM. After the seminar, the presenter and the host will be available to answer any further questions. Upon request, Spanish translation will be available.

Sponsored by: Full Potential Learning Academy

Full Potential Learning Academy (FPLA) is a premier tutoring center in Reading, Math, Science, and Test Preparation programs. At FPLA, we encourage your child to aspire to a bright future by empowering them with academic and life skills in a positive learning environment that is equipped with a variety of learning resources. Now, you can receive the same quality one-on-one tutoring through our state-of-the-art LIVE online tutoring platform as well.

About the speaker: We have a bank of seminar speakers that include FPLA certified tutors, ace ACT, SAT or PERT prep tutors, CAP advisors, college admissions officers, and college students who have successfully navigated the complex college admission process and earned valuable scholarships.



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We Are Here For You
& For Your Child!

Target audience:

Parents, and students attending middle and high school.

What to expect?

In this seminar you will learn about Florida Bright Futures scholarship, PSAT/NMSQT eligibility criteria, SAT, ACT, PERT test requirements and more.

Refreshments will be served 🙂

Participants' comments/Feedback

  • The criteria for scholarship eligibility.
  • Scholarship information.
  • Different ways you can go to college for free and very important to plan ahead.
  • Difference between dual enrollment honor.
  • SAT & ACT scores increasing in 2021. Info about Bright Futures and what is required.
  • High School graduation requirements. High School road map.
  • Information about FAFSA and Bright Futures.
  • Information about AP scores.
  • The requirements for Florida Bright Futures and MDC Honors College that I didn't know about.
  • College information. Planning information.
  • Requirements to go to college for free. Dual enrollment information.
  • I understand the Bright Futures. I was surprised to learn that dual enrollment is not that helpful.
  • Dual enrollment may not always be the best or what it seems. There was lots of information about scholarships and how to get accepted into good academic programs.
  • To have your GPA in a 3.5 and to apply early in the program.
  • Information towards application for college. Process of how the college application works.

Survey Results:


100% of the attendees found the information provided was relevant to them.


94% of the attendees are likely to use the information.


100% of the attendees found the presentation interesting.


100% of the attendees will recommend it to others.


100% of the parents found this seminar worth attending.


Book a meeting NOW with the center director to help your child train for the upcoming standardized tests and succeed inside and outside the classroom.