Lake Brantley
High School

Mike Gaudreau

Assistant Principals
  Mike Icardi
Dr. Curtis Nash
Nicole Wysong
Juliene McDonald
MaryBeth Delfiacco

Brian Shafer

School Administration Manager
Jeralee McIntyre


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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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

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.

New SCPS App

IOS Version Click Here

Google Play version for Android devices Click Here


Students should report directly to the Media Center on their assigned day as scheduled:

GRADE 12                       MONDAY, 8/3/15
LAST NAMES A-L           8AM - 10:30AM
LAST NAMES M-Z          12:30PM - 3PM

GRADES 10-11                TUESDAY, 8/4/15
LAST NAMES A-L           8AM - 10:30AM
LAST NAMES M-Z          12:30PM - 3PM

GRADE 9                         WEDNESDAY, 8/5/15
LAST NAMES A-L           8AM - 10:45AM
LAST NAMES M-Z          12:15PM - 3PM

GRADE 9 Parent Orientation will take place simultaneously.  Students will be issued: class schedule, textbooks and a locker.

MAKE-UP Pre-School Processing Dates:
Thursday, 8/6/15 All Grades - 8AM - 10:30 AM
Friday, 8/7/15 All Grades - 8AM - 10:30AM

2015 Graduation DVD's are in!

The highly anticipated 2015 LBHS Graduation DVD's are here!  Please stop by the Front Office Monday-Thursday, 7AM -4:00PM to pick up your order!


As of July 22, 2015 students may no longer view course selections for the 2015-2016 school year.  Please report to your assigned pre-school processing day to pick up your schedule.  Students may complete a petition during pre-school processing if they are seeking a change to their schedule.


At Lake Brantley High School, we share Seminole County’s commitment to developing reading skills and inspiring a lifelong love of reading. Reading throughout the summer is a key to achieving both goals. Research shows that summer reading has a positive impact on academic performance and correlates to increased test scores; research also indicates that summer reading is equally as effective when students are given free choice of reading material. With that in mind, we are not assigning summer reading except at the AP level, but encourage you to participate in Lets Read Seminole and read anything and everything you can. Details of the program, including a reading log that can be handed in to a prize drawing in August, can be found at http://www.scps.k12.fl.us/letsread/Home/LetsReadSummerInfo.aspx. We’ve also provided a list of recommendations. Happy reading!

ALL Lake Brantley, students are encouraged to read every day this summer. For standard and honors classes there are no specific reading assignments this summer. All AP, Digital Design, and Entrepreneurship students are encouraged to click on Summer Assignments and complete your assignments before  school start on August 17. Click Here for Summer Reading Recommendations

Mark Your Calendar for Open House

1st Week of School 2015-2016

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Ameba Flyers

The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County is reminding the community of the risk of Naegleria fowleri  ameba when swimming or diving in freshwater bodies. Primary amebic encephalitis (PAM) is an infection of the brain caused by Naegleria fowleri amebaFlorida has the second highest incidence of PAM in the U.S., after Texas. PAM infection occurs when the ameba enters through the nose causing meningitis. Almost all PAM cases are fatal. The majority of infections with Naegleria fowleri occur following swimming or diving in freshwater lakes, rivers or hot springs, or thermally heated bodies of water. Infection may also occur when contaminated water from other sources (such as inadequately chlorinated swimming pool water or heated tap water <47°C) enters the nose, for example when people submerge their heads or cleanse during religious practices, and when people irrigate their sinuses. Attached you will find an informational flyer from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with information on the Naegleria fowleri ameba and methods that may help to reduce the risk of infection, as well as a flyer of Jordan Smelski’s story, a 5th grade graduate at Wilson Elementary School who contracted the ameba last year.  For additional information on this ameba, please contact the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County at (407) 665-3266.



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

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