Welcome to Suncoast High School!
Suncoast Community High School opened in 1989 as a magnet school in the Palm Beach County School District . Located in a residential area of Riviera Beach, Florida in a county which spans 2,578 square miles, it receives students from thirteen public middle schools, eight public high schools, and twenty-three private schools.
Suncoast is one of twenty-two public high schools in Palm Beach County.
It is an academic college preparatory four-year high school which is a total school of choice. It offers a full range of extra-curricular sports, clubs,
and activities. The school hosts four magnet programs (Computer Science (CS),
Interdisciplinary (IDP), International Baccalaureate (IB),
and Math, Science and Engineering (MSE).
There are around 1300 students currently attending Suncoast from diverse racial, ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds and many cross over in the curriculum among the four programs. The school population is currently composed of 48% White, 35% Black, 6% Hispanic, 8% Asian students, and 3% multi-racial students.
Suncoast Recognition - 2008
2008 MAGNET SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE
MAGNET SCHOOLS OF AMERICA
2007 NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND BLUE RIBBON SCHOOL
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
HOME OF FIVE 2008 PATHFINDER AWARD WINNERS
5 Star School Award
from the Florida Department Of Education
National Merit Scholarship student recognitions – 9 Finalists, 3 Semi-Finalists and
National Achievement Scholar
5 National Hispanic Scholars
Suncoast is a fully accredited school as part of the School District of Palm Beach County and maintains membership in academic organizations.
Suncoast is recognized by:
>Southern Association of College and Schools
>Florida State Department of Education
>The International Baccalaureate Organization
>State and National Association of College Admissions Counselors