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.

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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 may be eligible for a cash reward.

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

Clubs & Organizations

American Sign Language Club Jacquiline Clegg 1-139 Promote a better understanding of deaf culture and help students learn to communicate using American Sign Language. 
American Sign Language Honor Society Sarah Lindsey 1-144 Students who demonstrate a passion and facility for ASL are eligible to join the prestigious ASL Honor Society.
Art Appreciation Club Michele Dershimer 1-205 Focuses on enriching the lives of students through art. Our club participates in field trips to local museums, galleries and festivals, engages in fun hands-on activities related to certain art styles, and learns from various guest speakers about their inspiration and techniques behind their artwork.
Association for Computing Machinery Janie Slentz 1-239 Provides an open source environment in which object-oriented programming and the computer sciences are encouraged in an educational and competitive manner.
BETA Club Laura Ohl 1-248 Promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character service and leadership through school and community service projects.
Biology Olympiads Alexandra Troia 1-261A To incubate interest for students who love the field of Biology and who want to compete in various local, state and nationwide academic games.
Biology and Medicine Club (BAM) Cody Shamet 4-206 The purpose is to promote an interest in biology and medicine through fun activities like listening to interesting guest speakers, performing ecological experiments, going on field trips and participating in community service.
Brain Bowl Steve DeSanto 1-257 This club is for trivia aficionados. They compete against local schools and practice to achieve a better understanding of various subjects.
Chess Club Joel Ortiz 1-172 Promotes friendly competition and cultivates new friendships.
Diamond Dolls Tara Bras Portable 9 Support and assist the baseball players by attending games, keeping track of statistics, promoting Ram spirit and working the concession stand during the home games. 
Drama Club Rebecca Southworth 3-117 Members raise money for main stage performances. Social events include dances, parties, and picnics throughout the year.
Essence Literary Magazine Jason Jordan 1-141 Members raise funds, select submissions, and assist with publishing poetry, prose, artwork, and photos.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Patrick Barrett 1-133A Open to students looking for a positive influence in their lives.
Florida Mock Trial Lucy Duffey 1-203 Students work to prepare and compete in the district tournament in February. We are given a court case where students assume the roles of the attorneys and witnesses. Perfect activity for those interested in law and acting.
French Honor Society Debbie Whitcomb 1-245 Promotes interest in the French culture, lifestyle and language. French Honor Society members must meet National Standards and be recommended by their teacher; however, club membership s open to all interested students.
German Club and Honor Society Debbie Whitcomb 1-245 Promotes interest in the German culture, lifestyle, and language. German Honor Society members must meet National Standards and be recommended by their teacher; however club membership is open to all interested students.
Gospel Choir Dominique Baeta 3-121 To uncover hidden talents and to also bring all minorities and different backgrounds of life together as one.  To sing and to bless souls and to add something more positive to Lake Mary and to also sing the gospel. 
Impact Club Jose Rivera 1-170 Impact club's mission is to provide an environment of open communication and encouragement, working towards building a safer sense of community for the youth at Lake Mary High School.
Interact Club Jessica Sutliff 3-121 A service club sponsored by Rotary International that allows students to earn community service hours. In charge of the Jefferson Awards granted to students with outstanding volunteerism.
Jewish Student Union Amanda Hoffman 1-154 JSU facilitates regular club meetings at schools and meet during the lunch hour, before or after school.  JSU welcomes all students regardless of religious affiliation.  In addition to regularly scheduled school club meetings, JSE sponsors activities outside of school including retreats, citywide holiday parties, community service projects, ski trips, Friday nigh dinners and other exciting events.
Key Club Amanda Hoffman 1-154 An organization dedicated to service and sponsored by Kiwanis International. Activities include Habitat for Humanity, campus cleanups, and charity drives.
Law Club Billy Strickland 1-222 A student-run club that meets several times a month to discuss legal stories/issues/cases of interest. The students prepare topics, mock trials, plan videos/moves to watch, and help organize Law Day.
Mu Alpha Theta Rebecca Devor 1-233 For math lovers. Members earn points by participating in competitions, tutoring, and raising money.
Mural Painting Club Jessica Sutliff & Lucy Duffey 1-137 Beautifying the campus and making LMHS a more positive atmosphere by painting inspirational quotes and pictures.
National Forensics League Shawn Crisp  1-140 This is a National Honorary Society that acknowledges pubic speaking skills, along with leadership skills in all aspects.
National Honor Society Dayle Peabody 1-211 To create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service to promote leadership, and to develop character.
Ocean Club Kelly Lerza 1-206 To raise awareness for the conservation of the ocean and inform students about the ocean.
Photography Club Kathy Tubbs 1-239 To encourage students to embrace the Arts through photography.
Quill & Scroll Shawn Crisp 1-140 Honor Society for students involved in all aspects of Journalism.
Red Cross Luther Davis 1-251 To raise awareness and aid the American Red Cross
Spanish Honor Society Rosario Melara & Laura Ohl 1-243 The purpose is to stimulate interest in the study of Spanish and to create enthusiasm for an understanding of Spanish culture and civilization. Members tutor their peers in the language and serve the community through various projects.
Speech and Debate Team Shawn Crisp  1-140 The team competes in national tournaments and prepares its debates together as a team. A part of the National Forensics League and is great for college recognition.
Step Team Kelly Lupis 1-177 The Unity Revolutions step team is an auditioned performance group where members are selected in the fall and must meet all requirements until march of the following year. Step season is August-March. This is a highly disciplined, accountable and energetic competitive team. The team competes in many local events throughout the season including parades, school functions, shows, pep rallies, performances and competitions. 
Tri-M Music International Society Tony Mayato 3-121
Providing students the opportunity to become confident, professional, and successful performers through a solid foundation in music.
UNICEF Club Stephanie Williams 4-115 The mission of this club is to promote, educate, advise and fund raise for the UNICEF organization, speaking for children who do not have a voice.
Wii Play Games Defrayne
1-225 Come discuss news and upcoming video games (from novice to expert).  All are welcome!
Youth in Government Lucy Duffey 1-220 Open to all students who are interested in learning more and participating in student government at the state level. This club works to help students become involved in YIG. (Check it out at online at Florida YIG).