Supporting a Healthy, Engaged Community
Self-Improvement, Public Safety & Educational Courses Available
At Northwest Florida State College, we believe in supporting a healthy, engaged community by providing a variety of programs for self-improvement, public safety, and education.
Questions about our programs? Please contact (850) 729-6085.
Download the Continuing Education Enrollment Form PDF for mail-in registration
Continue your education, in a fun and creative environment, learning and doing things you’ve always wanted to, with no tests or grades. With over 50 classes to choose from, we provide flexible times and locations, to better fit your needs and schedule. Classes are open to adults of all ages, and are offered at our Niceville, Ft. Walton Beach, Crestview, DeFuniak Springs, and South Walton campuses and centers. Classes include: Creative Arts, History & Politics, Hobbies, Finance, Computers, Food & Wine, Language & Personal Development, Workshops, Lunch & Learns and more.
Contact (850) 729-6085.
Fitness and Wellness
Get in shape with fitness classes at Niceville, Ft. Walton Beach, Crestview, DeFuniak Springs, South Walton campuses and centers – Yoga, Meditation, Pilates, Zumba, Tai Chi, Fitness Boot Camp, Ballroom Dancing, Tap Dancing and more. Classes run through the year and are offered from early morning until early evening.
Contact (850) 729-6085.
NWF State College offers several camps and programs for children, ranging from 1st grade to high school seniors.
Kids on Campus
Kids on Campus is a unique opportunity for summer enrichment and fun learning in a college environment. Students choose from a variety of classes such as: athletics, hands-on science, fine & performing arts, academics, and visual arts. Students create their own schedule and can choose morning, afternoon or all day classes. Extended care is available in the mornings and/or afternoons. Kids on Campus is open to students entering 3rd – 8th grades.
Niceville Session Dates
Niceville camps are offered every June and July, with each camp running Monday – Thursday for two weeks. Choose morning, afternoon or all day classes. Extended care is available in the mornings and/or afternoons.
The safety and wellbeing of our students, faculty and staff is Northwest Florida State College’s top priority. Due to the recent spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases and in the interest of the health and wellbeing of the broader community, the College administration has canceled the 2020 Kids On Campus Program scheduled for July 13-23. We plan to continue this program next summer and look forward to seeing you at upcoming Kids on Campus events.
Volunteer Opportunities are available for high school students entering 10th – 12th grades. Students can volunteer their time during the camp to earn community service hours towards their Bright Future and other scholarships.
Girls Who Code Club
Girls Who Code is a free after-school program for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th grade girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world.
How to Register
- Go to hq.girlswhocode.com and click Sign-Up (Make sure to click on USA). Enter the child’s birth date and click “I want to join as a Club member.”
- Enter your information. You will receive an email with additional parent/guardian information.
- Click on “Join Your Club” and enter your student’s Club code:
- 3rd – 5th grades: FL15279
- 6th – 12th grades: FL15280
- Confirm that your student’s club details are correct, fill out the demographic information, and complete your registration.
2019-2020 Meeting Dates
6th – 12th grade students meet from 3 PM – 4 PM
3rd – 5th grade students meet from 4 PM – 5 PM
NWF State College Raiders Athletics boasts award-winning teams in softball, baseball, men’s and women’s basketball – all Conference, State and National Winners! Camps are offered throughout the year for each of these sports. Each camp is specifically designed for different ages, and includes team and group camps, as well as individual coaching.
For more information, please contact the Athletics department at (850) 729-5379.