Our Mission

Lake Mary High School students are prepared to enter an ever-changing, complex society equipped with a comprehensive academic foundation, a depth of knowledge, and a respect for self and others as productive citizens of the 21st Century.

Our Vision

Lake Mary High School is committed to the development of the 21st Century student by providing rigorous courses that foster intellectual curiosity. Students will build expertise through integrated technology within a blended curriculum in which they will utilize creative and critical thinking skills. Students will be provided with opportunities to engage in diverse content areas that encourage entrepreneurship and leadership.

Lake Mary High School is committed to the students’ personal development by utilizing curriculum that will focus on individual character and needs. Each course will provide strategies for students to learn the importance of collaboration and learning. Students will have the opportunity to explore future career interests through a diverse selection of electives that are relevant and valuable for an ever-changing society. Individuals will demonstrate personal integrity, the highest standards of behavior, and initiative in their education.

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SCPS Mission

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.

Speak Out

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 may be eligible for a cash reward.

Speak Out: 1-800-423-8477 or www.speakouthotline.org

Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement represents college level academic challenges. AP classes are college level courses offered in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Computer Science, Art and Music. Colleges recognize that the applicants with AP experience are much better prepared for the demands of college courses.


Advanced Placement Advantages:

  • Excellent preparation for college success
  • Admission to competitive universities
  • Earn college credits


Courses Offered

English Mathematics
English Language & Composition (11)
English Literature (12)
Statistics (11 & 12)
Calculus AB (11 & 12)
Calculus BC (12)
Sciences Social Studies
Biology (9 - 12)
Chemistry (10 - 12)
Physics 1 (11 - 12)
Physics 2 (12)
Physics C (12)

World History (10)
American History (11)
Macroeconomics (12)
American Government (12)
Human Geography (9 - 12)
Psychology (11 & 12)
Foreign Languages Art
Spanish Language (11 - 12)
Spanish Literature (12)
Art 2D Design Portfolio (11 & 12)
Art Drawing Portfolio (11 & 12)
Studio Art 3D (11 & 12)
Art History (11 & 12)
Photography (10 - 12)
Music Computer Science
Music Theory (11 - 12) Computer Science A (10 - 12)
Computer Science Principles (10 - 12)


Frequently Asked Questions

Should I take an AP course and risk getting a lower grade?

The grade you receive may be as good or better than one you would have earned in an honors course, because the weight given to grades in AP courses compensates for the increased difficulty. Secondly, colleges know that all courses are not equal. Their evaluation of student grades focuses as much on the quality of the courses as the grades received. Finally, an AP course gives you an opportunity to learn a subject in great depth and helps you develop skills that will be critically important to successful study in college.

What do I need to succeed in AP?

You need to be willing and able. "Willing" mean motivated to study and learn on the college level. If you are committed to participating actively in an AP class and doing the out-of-class assignments, you have met a major prerequisite for success.