We have increased High
School Graduation rates with our friendly and proven method of instruction!
Middle School Grades 6 - 8
High School Grades 9 - 12
Only a 4 day School Week!
Monday through Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
We are a friendly school that students and parents recognize for promoting students' self-esteem and success.
We offer a full range of courses from remedial to honors subjects. We will let you try our school for
one day FREE of charge before you enroll. So, try us TODAY! We have met all Florida requirements being compliant
for over 19 years and are one of the most affordable schools around.
Earn missing credits, raise your GPA, learn at your own pace. Optional
year-round classes available and/or graduate early with an official standard Florida high school diploma. Earn the good
grades you deserve... because everyone succeeds here at Academic High School!
Teachers meet the Florida Department of Education
requirements and prepare lesson plans for every day. Each teacher grades and encourages our students to reach their
goals on a personal level in a small classroom setting.
Call to set up an appointment with Principal, Marji Baker
Tour our school and
meet the rest of our faculty!
HERE'S WHAT STUDENTS ARE STUDYING THIS WEEK:
High-School English students are reading Esther Forbes Johnny Tremain, a story of a young man living in 1770'S Boston during
the American Revolution.
Our History and Social Studies students are working on research projects on a topic of their choice. Students will
be asked to present their topic to their fellow classmates.
Our Theatre students are
investigating monologues of their choosing to be performed in front of their class. Students are asked to make "action
verb" choices in relation to the dialogue, so as to create a realistic performance and believable characters.
Game club is playing a table-top role-playing game where team-work and creative thinking are encouraged.
In addition to having fun, students become in engaged in new mathematical, vocabulary as well as historical research.
participate in the following scholarship programs
the Florida Department of Education:
- Equal Opportunity (low-income students)
- Step Up for Students
- McKay (504/IEP)
- HOPE (victims of bullying)
School (FLVS) is optional for students who wish to complete additional credits or need to complete remedial courses or even