Students and families gathered in the Academy gym last Friday to watch the this year’s Lower Division production entitled, Dig It! Aleida Morse gave an overview of the performance: “Our story began as our youngest friends in PK, JK, and SK classes shared some fun facts they learned about dinosaurs. JK students also showed the […]
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Congratulations to Elise Faith, Zoe Moore, Elizabeth Robichaux, Daphne Smith, and Terrell Woods, who have completed the audition process for participation in this year’s All State Chorus. Students who are selected will attend the Florida Music Educator’s Conference in January where they will perform under the direction of nationally recognized conductor, Darren Dailey. Best of luck […]
Academy at the Lakes siblings, Akash and Neha Gupta recently won the regional National Federation of Music Clubs Piano Competition
Slideshow: Elvis made a surprise appearance at the “Academy Bandstand,” the opening performance of Bye Bye Birdie. Jeanine McLeod and John Faith have shared their photo gallery links.
Slideshow: Ed Ross, artist, sculptor, professor at USF and father of Eugene in SK, was a visiting artist for lower division
In December some of our students in grades 2,3, and 4 entered the Radiant Peace Art Contest.
The ticket order form for Bye Bye Birdie may be downloaded here.
“Learning music is hard!” So expressed Head of School and Upper Division Choral Director Mark Heller as Academy commenced yet another memorable Winter concert. With approximately 200 students (half of the entire student body), offering music of varying styles in both the vocal and instrumental disciplines, it was evident that it does take time, effort, […]
Make plans to attend the Drama Club’s one-act comedy play “The Great Pandemonium” on Friday, December 7 at 5:00PM in the gymnasium.
The Tampa Bay Lightning honored Ed Ross as the fifth Lightning Community Hero of the year. Ed is an Academy at the Lakes parent – and Frances Pisacane’s husband! See the video and article here.