Frost Science has a history of excellence in connecting with the community and sharing science learning. Highlights and accomplishments of Frost Science include:
- The British Consulate-General, Florida and UK Trade and Investment honored Frost Science with a Britweek Business Innovation Award for Innovation in Sustainability.
- The 2005 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, presented at the White House and administered by the National Science Foundation on behalf of the White House Office of Science and Technology.
- Dr. Judy Brown, Senior Vice President, Education, Emerita, received the 2005 American Association of Woman Eleanor Roosevelt Award for encouraging girls to pursue science and technology related careers; the 2013 In the Company of Women Education Research Award; and the 2014 Roy L. Shafer Leading Edge Award for Exceptional Leadership from the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC).
- The 2000 Digital Stepping Stones Award from the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute for excellence in bridging the digital divide.
- The 2001 National Award for Museum Service for excellence in youth programs and community outreach from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
- National awards to Frost Science’s Upward Bound participants include 23 Dell Scholars (2007-2016), one Questbridge Scholar (2011), six Gates Millennium Scholars (2009-2016), and seven Posse finalists (2010-2014). Five Upward Bound students received prestigious Silver Knight Awards and six honorable mentions. A total of 31 participants were nominated for Silver Knight Awards (1999-2016).