Reading is key to each student’s success at school. At Academy at the Lakes, we strive to foster a lifelong love of reading within each child. To motivate and encourage each student’s love of reading, we have implemented the Lower Division Academy Book Club. While the book club is a voluntary opportunity to enhance learning, […]
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The 5th and 6th Grade Student Council hosted a “Pink Sale” on Friday, October 18th, to raise awareness and support for woman with breast cancer. The money from the sale will be donated to Shimberg Breast Center at St. Joseph’s Woman’s Hospital. The center uses donations to provide assistance to non-insured and underinsured patients needing […]
Reading is the key to children’s success at school. At Academy at the Lakes, we strive to foster a lifelong love of reading.
The Academy at the Lakes Chess Team retains its title of first place in the Tampa Bay Chess Competition…
Our FIRST LEGO League team competed in their second Regional Qualifier this weekend at Middleton High School.
The Academy at the Lakes Chess Club team placed first in the Farnell Fall Gran Prix Tournament – Open Division (high school and adults) held at Farnell Middle School on 12/9/12.
Congratulations to this years Middle Division Student Council Representatives. The following students were elected by there peers for this years Student Council. 5th/6th Grade Student Council President – Carson Passero Vice-President – Hanley Riggs Secretary – Kaitlyn Mahabir Treasurer – Roshan Warman 5th Grade Reps. – Katie-Erin McCormick, Leon Moffet, Denzyl Downing, & Justin […]
Slideshow: The students at Academy at the Lakes “stick their necks out”…
From February 17th to 19th, 7 student representatives from Academy attended the Junior State of America Winter Congress in Washington, DC. The Winter Congress is modeled after the actual US Congress and House of Representatives: Each student is appointed as either a Senator or a Representative, bills are proposed and debated, and either pass or […]
The Academy at the Lakes chapter of the National Junior Honor Society is collecting school supplies to be sent to two schools in Alabama and Missouri.