Welcome

Lake Brantley
High School


Principal
Mike Gaudreau
407-746-3404

Assistant Principals
Joe Trybus
407-746-3411
Dr. Curtis Nash
407-746-3434
Nicole Wysong
407-746-3415
Juliene McDonald
407-746-3409
MaryBeth Delfiacco
407-746-3502

Dean
Brian Shafer
407-746-3414

School Administration Manager
Jeralee McIntyre
407-746-3419

OUR MISSION

The mission of Lake Brantley High School is to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to be successful in adult life.

Our Vision

The vision of Lake Brantley High School is to empower its students to achieve individual success through respect, responsibility and a readiness to learn.

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IMP DATES


April 18--No School
April 21--Senior Awards Night (7 pm)
April 22--PTSA Meeting (6 pm)
April 23--Ice Cream Social for Incoming 9th Graders (6-7 pm)
May 20--Last day for seniors
May 23--Early Dismissal / Exam Day
May 26--No School
May 27--Early Dismissal / Exam Day
Graduation (9:30 am, Amway Center)
May 28--Early Dismissal / Exam Day
End of Semester 2 and Quarter 4
May 29-30--Teacher Workdays

YEARBOOK

Class Reunion

This reunion is technically for the Class of 83, 84 and 85 but we have lots of people from other classes coming (we don’t turn anyone away) .  We would LOVE to have you come to the reunion as well.  You all had such a huge impact on us in school and are the subject of some great conversations on Facebook!  We have had several teachers come to our reunions in the past and everyone looks forward to seeing all of you and reconnecting with you. We would like to have as many teachers from the 80’s there as possible so if you are still in contact with any teachers from then please forward this information to them. The date is August 1-2, 2014!!!
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Testing Dates

APRIL 7-11  FCAT READING RETAKES
APRIL 14-17  FCAT READING 9GR
APRIL 21-25 FCAT READING 10GR
APRIL 28-30 US HISTORY EOC
MAY 1-2, 5  PERT NON-COLLEGE READY SR'S
MAY 5-12 AP TESTING (ALL)
MAY 6-9 BIOLOGY EOC
MAY15  US HISTORY (9WKS EXAM SENIOR ONLY)
MAY 12-16 ALGEBRA EOC
MAY 19-23  GEOMETRY EOC
MAY 21-22 US HISTORY (9WKS EXAMS ALL)


EOC REVIEWS PAGE

SENIOR UPDATE!!

Senior Packets will be mailed this month!  The packet will contain all pertinent information regarding graduation tickets, what to wear, parking, times, etc. Click here to Print Graduation Packet 2014.

The SENIOR EXIT SURVEY is MANDATORY & a REQUIREMENT to walk in the Graduation Ceremony.  Please click here and complete the survey now! All seniors MUST complete this survey by the end of April.

Patriot TV Morning Announcements

A reminder to all students. There are only two makeup days left to fix your unexcused absences. The dates are: April 26th and May 3rd. Remember that if you need to make up one hour, you need to stay for two.

The German exchange students from the GAPP Program have arrived, and will be staying with their hosts for two weeks. The program is offering an opportunity for everyone called German Friend For A Day. Freshman and sophomore signups will be April 16th and they will host their students April 22nd. It's free and anyone can sign up as long as they do not have any disciplinary referrals for this year, preference will be given to students not currently taking German.

Upcoming Events & Important Dates for Seniors!

May -
1:   Bright Futures Service Hours are due

2:   Grad Bash;Universal Studios 7:00 pm-2:00 am

20: Last Day of Attendance for Seniors

22: Graduation Practice - Seniors Only 9:30 a.m. - Auditorium

27: Graduation Day

End of Course Boot Camp Rev

EOC Review Web Page...
Here student will find all info for PERT, EOC's BIO, GEO, ALG 1, and US History.

ALGEBRA 1, BIOLOGY, AND GEOMETRY  EOC BOOT CAMP REVIEW
SATURDAYS:

APRIL 5,12,26
MAY 3

US HISTORY

April 5, 12, 26

Sessions run from 8:30am-11:30am
Come to as many as you can Meet at the Media Center at 8:15am

GET READY FOR THE EOC!


NEWS

Today's News Continued:

STAND will be having a meeting after school tomorrow in room 6-127.


Spanish Club meeting today in Portable 13 immediately after-school. You will be discussing your end of year celebration. Please be prompt!


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS FOR BEING BRANTLEY'S BEST!

Carlin Hagmaier
Dalton Millard
Alyssa Christian
Tanner Eggert
Carl Thorne
Kai Nichols
Jeika Nieves
Joseph Braverman-Alvarez
Alexia Bombalier
Jacob Sanchez
Jesalin Gonzalez
Elizabeth Reimann
Amelia Schatz
Claire Grant
Carly Zeffren
Alexandria Stanley
Micah Graham
Connor Kouwenhoven
Kyle Blum
Mark Mulhall
Peyton Speake
Liv Schumann
William Delgado Pena
Juan Rivera
Kristine Mitchell
Jordan Helm
Maria Olarte Diaz
Roxanne Proenza Mahiquez
Sarah Moss
Timothy Morris
Katelyn Hrkach
Brianna Peterson
Taylor Szafran
Shannon Acker
Zachary Westgate
Megan Courchaine
Nancy Penaranda
Zachary Dalfonso
Brady Cecere
Megan Killer

PATRIOTS OF THE WEEK:
 
Laura Molloy

Laura Baker

Diploma Options


Freshmen Orientation Program

The Peer Counseling Freshman Orientation Team cordially
invites all the incoming 9th graders (who are zoned for Lake
Brantley) and their parents to an Ice Cream Social
in the Courtyard of Lake Brantley High School.

Come and learn more about the Freshmen Orientation
Program while enjoying delicious
Bruster’s ice cream!

Socialize and have fun while meeting some of our faculty and
staff and find out what’s in store for the class of 2018!

When: Wednesday April 23, 2014
Where: LBHS Courtyard
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Positive Behavior Support



 PBS Action of the Week
Ready to Learn: Students will be on time in their seats.

Announcements


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Bright Futures Deadline

Attention Seniors: Bright Futures Community Service hours are due no later than May 1st!
For the top Academic Scholarship, you need 100 hours and for the Medallion Scholarship the requirement is 75 hours. Make a plan to have your hours completed and paper work submitted to your Guidance Counselor by May 1st to qualify for Bright Futures Scholarships.

Transcripts: What you need to know!

Please note that Transcripts may be requested and/or picked up in the Building 1 Front Office as follows:

Monday-Friday; 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. only.

We ask that you allow us 24 hours to process your request.Thank you.

Understanding the K-20 Education Act

Click on the Title for information The SCPS Approach:

Diploma Options

Testing Protocols
 
Course Progressions

e-Pathways