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All applicants must be at least 16 years old.

High school students must complete an application and return it to Locklin Technical College Student Services Department. Click here for the high school student application.

Minimum requirements for acceptance to all programs include one of the following: high school diploma, GED a home-study certificate or transcript from a home-student program that is recognized by the student’s home state. (Please note that admission requirements may vary for certain programs due to certification and licensing regulations.)

Students with foreign transcripts must be translated/evaluated by an approved outside agency. A translation of foreign transcript alone is not sufficient and must be evaluated and certified as being the equivalent education in the United States.

HAdult students may choose to attend full-time or part-time with the exception of Licensed Practical Nursing and Massage Therapy students, which are full-time only. Please refer to each program page for specific enrollment.

Locklin Technical College is part of the Santa Rosa County School District and is accredited by The Council on Occupational Education.

At Locklin Tech, we keep tuition fees, supply costs and book expenses to a minimum. Some courses require uniforms, tools, supplies, equipment, textbooks and insurance. Many of these required items are “tools-of-the-trade” and will be used when you begin your career. Industry Certification testing expenses vary per program. Fee and expense breakdowns for specific programs are available HERE.

Post-secondary adult students may attend full-time or part-time with the exception of Licensed Practical Nursing students. Secondary students attend Locklin Tech part-time in conjunction with their home high school.

Program and Tuition Schedule
Cost break down by program.
Financial Aid may be available through *Locklin Tech School Code is 017198.

Post-Secondary Readiness (PSR) Test
Students who do not meet eligible exemptions will be required to take the Post-Secondary Readiness test (PSR) within the first six-weeks of enrollment. For inquiries regarding PSR, testing fees, or to schedule testing, please contact Cathy Simmons at 850.983.5700 x209.

Students with DisabilitiesStudents with disabilities may request reasonable accommodations for certain admission requirements and for course substitutions towards program completion. Please select the appropriate link for more information: Career & Technical Accessibility Program (12+ Transition), or Workforce Education 504 Adult Student Accessibility Resources.

Proof of ResidencyStudents enrolling in a Florida post-secondary institution must provide two forms of  documentation that show proof of residency for at least 12 consecutive months immediately prior to their enrollment.  Examples of documents that can be used include the following:  Florida voter’s registration, Florida driver’s license, Florida identification card,  Florida homestead exemption, Florida occupational license, or a transcript from a Florida school (showing enrollment in the 12-consecuritve months immediately prior to enrollment). Non-resident potential students should contact Student Services staff for more information.

Locklin Tech is part of the Santa Rosa County School District and is accredited by The Council on Occupational Education.

Student Education Records Please follow link to the appropriate consent/release form Dependent Students 18+ Consent Form / Adult Students Consent Form.

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*Santa Rosa County School Board Policy 2.72, I. (A): No person shall, on the basis or race, color, religion, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, political or religious beliefs, national or ethnic origin, or genetic information, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity, or in any employment conditions or practices conducted by this School District, except as provided by law. A lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission to CTE programs.