Congratulations Lake Mary High School!

Once again, Lake Mary High School is ranked as one of America's Most Challenging Schools by The Washington Post. America's Most Challenging High Schools ranks schools through an index formula that's a simple ratio: the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year, divided by the number of seniors who graduated that year. A ratio of 1.000 means the school had as many tests as graduates. Our ratio was 3.561 or 0.974 higher than last year! This is amazing! This places us 303 out of the top 1,900 schools honored and out of the nearly 20,000 eligible schools nationwide. Therefore, according to this report, we are doing very, very well and placed among the top 1.5% of all high schools in America! This is the HIGHEST rank Lake Mary has been and we are PROUD of this latest national report! Congratulations RAMS on being one of the nation's highest ranked schools as well as the highest ranked school in Seminole County!
Graduation 2014
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Lake Mary High School, in conjunction with Seminole County Public School's existing policy, is a closed campus. We are not accepting any drop offs for students of any kind. We will have a security guard posted at our front entrance to monitor any activity coming on or leaving our campus.
Important Information for Juniors

Beginning with students graduating in 2015 (Juniors) the state of Florida has put an on-line course requirement in place. This means that all students must complete at least one on-line high school course in order to receive a diploma. This course can either be a semester or a full year course. However, taking one semester of a full year course on-line does not fulfill the requirement. Students must complete the course from start to finish as an on-line course. The course can be taken any time in middle school or high school as long as the course is a high school course and meets the definition of an on-line course. Read more.

2014-2015 New Assessments

A new test has been selected to replace the FCAT 2.0 exams beginning with the 2014-2015 school year. This summer, students, educators and parents will be able to preview samples of new question types by taking practice tests that will be made available for anyone interested in reviewing them. For more information visit:

Go Green Campaign 2013-14

Beginning next school year, 2013-2014, in an effort to provide you with easily accessible information about your student's progress and save money on paper and printing costs, Lake Mary High School will post report cards and progress reports to Skyward's Family Access. Read more.

SCPS Notice To Students and Parents

The 2013-14 Seminole County Public Schools Student Conduct and Discipline Code is now available as an electronic document. By signing the school's acknowledgement form, I am acknowledging that I am aware that the 2013-14 Seminole County Public Schools Student Conduct and Discipline Code is located at: and/or as an electronic document. I also acknowledge that it is my responsibility to read and abide by the contents of that code. If I have any questions about the Code of Conduct I understand that it is my responsibility to bring those questions to Mr. Walt Morgan, Assistant Principal, Lake Mary High School. Mr. Morgan can be reached at (407) 320-9511 or at Read more.

Benefits for signing up for Family Access
  • You will be able to view your student's information, grades, and attendance.
  • It is updated in real time. As soon as attendance or grades are entered by the school, the information is immediately available in Family Access.
  • Makes contacting school staff extremely easy by providing email links to teacher and staff.
  • Your access will be available for as long as you have a child in Seminole County Public Schools.

We hope that you find Family Access a valuable tool to help you stay up-to-date on your child's progress. Click here for Family Access Application Form.

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Lake Mary High School students will be prepared to enter an ever-changing, complex world with strong academic skills, breadth of knowledge, depth of understanding, commitment to others, and the attitudes necessary to become productive citizens of the 21st Century.
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Lake Mary High School is dedicated to the "whole student" of the 21st Century.

Lake Mary High School is committed to academic excellence. Students will be provided with rigorous courses that challenge their intellectual curiosity. State of the art strategies that require expertise of the principles behind the math, science, and the arts represented in the newest technology will enable students to be critical and creative thinkers.

Lake Mary High School is committed to the students' social growth. They will be provided with opportunities to engage in diverse content areas that encourage entrepreneurship and leadership opportunities for the future. Each course will provide strategies for students to learn the importance of collaboration and shared learning experiences.

Lake Mary High School is committed to the students' personal development by providing the curriculum for each course that will focus on every learner's unique needs and character. Electives will be provided for students to tap into their individual talents, including their artistic, physical, social, and academic needs for an ever changing world. Individuals will demonstrate personal integrity, the highest personal standards of behavior, and personal initiative in their education.

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The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all Early Childhood Program and PreK-Grade 12 students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens in our great country and in the global economy.

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