Welcome

Lake Brantley
High School


Principal
Mike Gaudreau
407-746-3404

Assistant Principals
  Mike Icardi
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.


The Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) Portal is now available for districts, schools, students, parents and the general public to access information about the 2015 state assessments.
Please click the link below to access the FSA Portal

FSA portal link, www.fsassessments.org

Information for Families Brochure


 

YEARBOOK

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Dividends



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Textbooks

All students taking the following courses:

UNITED STATES HISTORY (STANDARD AND AP)
WORLD HISTORY (STANDARD AND AP)
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (STANDARD AND AP)
ECONOMICS (STANDARD AND AP)
MATH FOR COLLEGE READINESS
Students will have access to an electronic textbook. 

This form must be given to the media center at the time the print copy of the textbook is distributed. 

Remember, student textbooks are available online. Get the code for your online textbook from your teachers!

SpeakOut

An anonymous tip line serving six Central Florida counties provides a live operator 24 hours a day, seven days a week for youth, parents and teachers who call to report crimes or potential crimes in the schools, neighborhoods or homes where young people live.  If a tip leads to solving a crime or resolving an unsafe situation the tipster maybe eligible for a cash reward.    Speak Out - 1-800-423-8477



Understanding

the K-20 Education Act

Click on the Title for information The SCPS Approach:


Diploma Options

Testing Protocols

Course Progressions

e-Pathways

Need a Transcript?

Transcripts for Graduation Years 2012 - current ONLY, may be requested and/or picked up in the Building 1 Front Office as follows:
Monday - Friday 7: 00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.Friday; 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
We ask that you allow us 24 hours to process your request.Thank you.

If you graduated prior to 2012 (Alumni 2011 and Earlier) please call the Seminole County Public Schools Records Department at: 407-320-0143.

Digital Curriculum




Attention Students

GRADUATION DATE IS  May 27, 2015 - 9:30 a.m. - Amway Center

Congratulations to our Brantley’s Best for the week of 3/30/15:


Daniel Del Castillo
Matthew Krumwiede
Kiana Bok
Thomas Casella
Samuel Creamer
Melinda Efta
Raphael Fernandez
Rebecca Henderson
Hayley Mickler
Alix Patterson
Daniel Riehn
Courtney Schmidt
Zachary Westgate
Alejandra Ferreyra
Thomas Cutler
Thomas Heffer
Diondre Staton
Philemon Oliver
Zachery Ambrose
Terrance Ro
Jesse Albert
Golsa Tabrizi Miandoab
Orvin Vargas
Olivia Miller
Juan Rodriguez
Sarah Beekman
Amber Diehl
Emilie Templo
Sarah Breslin
Jesse Bruner
Eric Dana
Fletcher McCall
Ronald Neals Jr.
Madison Cruz
Isabella Bridges
Rosalyn Gonzalez
Brittany Oliver-Equale
Marcos Santos-Leach
Nancy Penaranda


Patriots of the Week
:
Laurie Bartlett
Melissa Caudill
Katheryn Campbell


Attention Students: To ensure LIMITED class disruptions at the end of each day students must be signed out BEFORE 1:45 on Mon, Tue, Thu, & Fri, and 12:45 on Weds. Emergency sign-outs must be approved by Mr. Icardi. 
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Beginning with the start of the new school year your Student Access account in Skyward will be the same username and password as your network and Blackboard login. Your username will be your student ID and your password will be your birthdate in the following format:   yyyymmdd.
Family Access accounts and passwords will NOT be changing.

Tutoring


Welcome to Lake Brantley



Financial Aid Night Jan 2015


Senior Class News!

GRADUATION DATE IS MAY 27, 2015.




Announcements

PTSA Proud Patriot Award: The deadline for submissions has been extended to Wednesday, April 1st.  If you would like to nominate a deserving senior, please see attached.
There are many fine senior students at Lake Brantley High School. The PTSA Proud Patriot Award is an opportunity to honor students who may not otherwise be recognized. We are searching for students who have demonstrated a solid commitment to LBHS. These students, through their example, reflect the best of what Lake Brantley has to offer. The student(s) will receive a monetary award at the LBHS Senior Awards Ceremony. 
We want your input and nominations! The LBHS PTSA is looking for seniors who are deserving of this monetary award. These seniors have made a difference in the Lake Brantley community and/or the community at large. Scholastic achievement is a consideration, but not the primary criteria. Additional criteria for the award include the following:
  • Pride in attending Lake Brantley High School
  • Respect for students, staff, and parents
  • Active involvement in a variety of activities as participant or observer
  • Commitment of follow-through with responsibilities
  • Willingness to volunteer their time and energy when needed
  • Nominated by fellow student or LBHS faculty or staff member

  • Seniors! If you still haven’t ordered your cap & gown you need to do it ASAP. Online orders through Herff Jones won’t be available after Friday, April 3rd. Please be reminded that previously purchased caps & gowns cannot be worn.

    The Patriot Movie Society's meeting for Wednesday, April 2nd has been cancelled.

    Attention all girls going to Prom! Prom tickets are officially on sale and it's time to start shopping for that perfect prom dress.On Saturday, April 11th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. come to the prom dress extravaganza being held in Building 1. You will be able to select that perfect dress from a collection of over 275 new and gently worn gowns. We will have shoes, handbags and other fun accessories. All of these items are made available to you from the Ladies of Alaqua and the LBHS family. There will be an optional donation of $5.00 for each dress and $3.00 for shoes/handbags. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Collins in the Media Center.

    Come on out to the Football Field Thursday at 7:30 for Interact's Picture Show for Polio. Interact will be showing 'Ferris Beuller's Day Off'. Tickets are $5 before and $6 at the gate. You can purchase tickets in Room 6-104. All proceeds go towards polio vaccinations for children in Pakistan, Nigeria and Afghanistan!


    Sports Information Night for Incoming and returning student athletes and parents will be held on Thursday April 23rd in the Community Room at 7PM. Come meet with our LBHS Athletic Staff and learn everything you need to know about all of the Lake Brantley's sports programs. From athletic forms/paperwork, to coaching, staff, tryouts, and information on summer conditioning. Sports Night will answer all of your questions. LBHS Athletic forms can be found by Clicking Here or stopping by the Athletic Office.

    Sports Physical Night is being held on April 20th, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Main Gym (Students of all ages are welcome.)


    19th Annual Seminole County Public Schools’ Advanced Placement Art Show at the AAA Headquarters, 1000 AAA Drive in Heathrow from April 1 - April 21. Opening Reception - Wednesday, April 1st, from 7 to 9PM. This free event will showcase the artwork, both 2D and 3D, of all of the seniors in the SCPS High School AP Studio Art programs.The exhibit will be on display in the lobby/atrium during regular business hours, Monday through Friday.Our LBHS AP Studio Art students will be recognized at the event Wednesday night. Please join us!

    Varsity AND JV
    Cheer Try-outs will be on April 27th-May 1st in the Main Gym.  Packets are available in the Building Offices, Front Desk and Athletic Office.


    Seminole State College’s School of Engineering, Design & Construction is excited to announce its Third Annual NSF Summer Intensive Program! Students will earn college credit while exploring a hands-on project-based learning experience for one week!  The course is being offered June 1st – 5th on their Heathrow Campus. This year students will explore 3D Modeling/Design, 3D Printing and Alternative Energy Sources while conducting an on-site project/experiment.  Please see your guidance counselor for an application and registration form. Interested students should apply soon since space is limited and on a first-come first-serve basis! The deadline to register is April 17th.

    Attention female students who are interested in Math and Science: Sweet College Day is an engineering outreach event that is geared towards high school girls. The date for Sweet College Day this year is April 18th. The event will be taking place on the UCF campus, specifically within the mathematical sciences building. Please pick up a flyer in building one guidance or Click Here for additional information.
     

    Today's Sports:

    Girls Lacrosse away game against Lake Highland Prep at 7:00 p.m.

    Baseball game against Seminole at 7:00 p.m.

    Boys Lacrosse away game against Winter Springs at 7:00 p.m.

    Boys Volleyball away game tomorrow against Bishop Moore at 7:00 p.m.

    Softball away game against University at 4
    :00 p.m.

    GO PATRIOTS!!

    Tutoring is available every Tuesday and Thursday in the Media Center from 2:35 to 4:05. The following subjects are offered: Algebra 1, Geometry, Physics, Astronomy, English, Reading, Social Studies, Spanish and ACT tutoring.

Positive Behavior Support



 PBS Action of the Week

Ready to Learn: Students will come prepared to class with all required material.



Announcements


Guidelines for Exclusion from School for Illness or Injury

Guidelines for Exclusion from School for Illness or Injury.
SCPS Health Services' goal for all students is to keep them healthy, in school and ready to learn.
Students with disease, illness, or injury may attend school if their attendance does not pose a significant risk to themselves or others. Exclusion from attending school is warranted when that person is either too ill to participate in school activities, the condition creates an unsafe or unhealthy environment for others at school or when illness or injury requires a level of care or observation that cannot be managed at school. Please click here for more information regarding the guidelines and click here for parent letter information.

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