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  • Clark Advanced Learning Center Celebrates 2022 Graduates

    The Clark Advanced Learning Center will celebrate the accolades and accomplishments of its graduating class of 2022 during the charter high school's commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 21, at 10 a.m.

  • Fall Registration at IRSC Begins May 16

    Students interested in attending Indian River State College (IRSC) this fall may register for classes beginning Monday, May 16. Full-term fall classes start on August 17, and courses of varying lengths start throughout the semester. Both returning and prospective students alike are encouraged to register early for the best selection of classes and times.

  • IRSC Introduces Autism Spectrum Disorder Awareness Training for Law Enforcement Officers

    The prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) among children is on the rise according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 2021 Community Report on Autism. In response, the Indian River State College (IRSC) School of Public Service Education has developed training to educate law enforcement professionals on how to recognize the signs of ASD.

  • IRSC to Host the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System Preparedness Exercise

    IRSC to Host the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System Preparedness Exercise

  • IRSC Camps Offer Children a Variety of Summer Experiences

    Offering everything from sports camps to tech camps, Indian River State College (IRSC) provides a broad variety of fun, challenging, and educational summer experiences for primary, middle, and high school-aged students on the Treasure Coast.

  • YouthBuild Program at IRSC Seeks Applicants

    The Indian River State College (IRSC) YouthBuild program seeks applicants for its next cohort. The YouthBuild program assists low-income residents of St. Lucie County aged 16 to 24 to earn a high school equivalency and acquire experience in the skilled trades.

  • IRSC Promise Program Application Deadline is May 15

    High school seniors interested in taking part in the IRSC Promise Program—which offers tuition-free Associate degrees for qualifying 2022 high school graduates from public and public charter schools in Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties—must commit to IRSC by taking the Promise Pledge by the upcoming Sunday, May 15 application deadline.

  • IRSC Brings College Softball to the Seminole Reservation in Brighton

    Members of the Seminole Tribe joined IRSC students and employees and Lady Pioneer fans at IRSC women's softball games played at the Seminole Brighton Reservation on Saturday, April 11.