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About Academy

Academy at the Lakes is a school community unlike any other. We believe that, to truly unwrap the potential in each child, the school experience must encompass far more than grades and college acceptance letters. At Academy, we instill values such as compassion, responsibility, and respect.

A community like Academy at the Lakes doesn’t happen by accident. We are intentional about our school’s culture – from the faculty we hire, to the students we enroll, to our advisory program, to the way our students, teachers, and administrators interact on a daily basis. A door held open, eye contact, and a sincere “thank you” are the norm here, not the exception.

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Academy serves students in PreK3 through High School in a warm community, preparing them for college and for life. We celebrate the love of learning and the joy in the journey.

You Matter Here

At Academy at the Lakes, our students know what it means when we say
You Matter Here.

Facts & Figures

Academy at the Lakes graduates are accepted at top-tier colleges at a higher rate than the national average.

Athletics

As a college-preparatory school, we guide our students, from the very beginning, to be prepared for college.

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  • When I started at Academy I was shy, reserved, timid, unsure, introverted, and so on. The person I am today, thanks to Academy, is the opposite. I’m confident, passionate, enthusiastic, resilient, strong, outgoing, and sharp.

    Cat Martin ‘07
    Queen’s University
  • The biggest thing Academy taught me is to do things you’re passionate about.

    Tommy Giglio ‘05
    Northwestern
  • Academy is and will always be a second home to me, and it has prepared me to go out into the world.

    Raj Warman AJ ‘16
    Duke University
  • The faculty was outstanding, togetherness existed amongst students, and campus was growing and evolving – all of which helped to develop a culture that promoted learning, excitement, motivation, fun, and thought.

    Steven Stillman ’02
    Harvard
Data collection + inflatable slide = Middle Division math!As a fun way to bring learning to life, the Middle Division math students were calculating how fast they could go down a slide based on a number of variables including weight. They then used that date to construct box plots, histograms, frequency tables and more. You had me at inflatable slide! #funschool #learningtolive #mathclass #BoxPlots #histograms #datacollection #inflatableslide ... See MoreSee Less
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Tennis anyone?!A big congratulations goes out to the boys tennis team for bringing home the District Championship. The fellas are not done yet as they get ready for the Regional Tournament on Tuesday. Way to go and best of luck! #tennis #districtchamps #tennislove #letsgo ... See MoreSee Less
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