TAPP - Teenage Parent Program

TAPP - Teenage Parent Program

  • TAPP is an educational program to support you as you finish high school

    and prepare for the future with your child.

    A Leon County Schools’ student who is prenatal or parenting has the option to participate in the core Teenage Parent Program (TAPP) housed at the Success Academy and the Early Childhood Professional Development Center or as a TAPP student at a Leon District or choice school.  For more information, please contact your school or Early Childhood Programs, 850-922-2099.


    Education options and ancillary services are provided through the Teenage Parent Program for pregnant and parenting students enrolled in Leon County Schools, including students with ESE documentation to age 22. 

    TAPP is a voluntary drop-out prevention program and requires signed permission by the teen’s parent or guardian.


    “The Leon County School District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, sex (including transgender, gender nonconforming, and gender identity), marital status, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or genetic information.”

Last Modified on February 5, 2019