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Academy at the Lakes alumni create artificial intelligence (AI) system to detect COVID-19

As we like to say, Academy at the Lakes preps our students for life. Our signature programs give students an education like no other to get them ready for a successful career – whether it be our interactive STEM lessons, medical seminars, or our partnership...
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AATL Sophomore Places Eighth out of 180 in National Equestrian Competition

Academy at the Lakes sophomore Emerson Maier has been riding horses for four years. Lately she has been able to spend more time training due to virtual school during the pandemic. “One of the things I love most about riding horses is the success I...
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Academy at the Lakes Alumna Recognized in Business Journal’s 40 Under 40

Academy at the Lakes Alumna, Britney Mroczkowski, a retail real estate expert, was recognized in Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list.   
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Academy Coach Serves Country During the Summer Months

Academy at the Lakes’ Head Softball Coach, Elizabeth Munn, spent time off the field this summer with the Army Reserves training at Fort Jackson in South Carolina. The short softball season, due to COVID-19, prompted Munn to pack her bags and spend her days training...
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Academy at the Lakes Student Beats Cancer and is Back to Baseball

Jack Teeter, Academy at the Lakes junior, loves playing baseball just as much as he loves talking about it. Teeter’s love for the sport deepened when it was suddenly taken away. On top of COVID-19, he was told he had cancer.  
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Academy at the Lakes’ students get a visit from Academy Alumna, Dr. Pamela Sullivan

Dr. Pamela Sullivan, Academy Alumna and Associate Professor of Geology and Geophysics at Oregon State University’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, and daughter of Upper Division Director Robert Sullivan, spoke to Ms. Mahoney’s Environmental Science class last week. Dr. Sullivan explained to the...
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Academy at the Lakes recognized as a ‘green’ school from Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Academy is the only school in the Tampa Bay area and one of 15 schools in Florida to receive the designation Land O’Lakes, Fla. (Feb. 18, 2020) – Pasco County’s Academy at the Lakes, an independent and non-denominational private school, is being recognized for its...
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5th and 6th Grade Science and Engineering Fair

5th and 6th Grade students have spent the last few months working on science and engineering projects during Science class. The goal of the projects was to allow the students to use the two fundamental science processes and demonstrate their creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication. 5th Graders...
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Sustainable Fishing Game

On Thursday 1/9, Sheri Mahoney, Upper Division Science teacher and Jordan ’20, Upper Division Science Student came to help introduce aquaculture to 3rd grade.  Through a grant from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, FDACS, we have received a small aquaponics system aquarium that...
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This class makes me want to dance! Anatomy & Physiology student designed their own experiment to compare their resting heart rate and respiratory rate with their rates after exercise. To aid their experiment, the students turned to the game "Just Dance" to get the blood flowing. Special thanks to Harry Styles and One Direction for the assist! #anatomy #physiology #dance #coolschool #danceinclassroom ... See MoreSee Less
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You've been running through my mind! Come support the Academy cross country runners on Saturday as they compete against dozens of teams from around the state. St. Leo University is the place to be to cheer on your Wildcats. Good luck, runners! #crosscountry #runner #running #runnerslife #stleouniversity ... See MoreSee Less
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Pardon my French! The Middle Division French class has been learning the alphabet and would like to sing you a little song! Well done, everyone. #frenchclass #frenchalphabet #alphabetsong ... See MoreSee Less
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From literature to life. The 6th grade Humanities class has been reading the book, "Bud, not Buddy." In the book, Buddy learns to play the saxophone. To help bring this story to life, Mrs. Reed brought the swing while playing "It don't mean a thing" by Duke Ellington. #funschool #lovelearning #saxophone #dukeellington #humanities #6thgrade ... See MoreSee Less
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SUPPORT THE SCHOOL YOU LOVE BY BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE WILDCAT HONOR ROLL THIS DAY OF GIVING!Join with a recurring monthly donation and automatically help fund opportunities above and beyond what is provided by tuition.Sign up today to be entered into our Honor Roll Raffle, were a recurring monthly gift of $30 or more (in honor of Academy's 30th anniversary!) will earn you a chance to win an AATL swag bag complete with YETI Hopper Flip 18 Soft Cooler! To qualify gifts must be made by October 5.Be sure to select recurring donation on the donation form.interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E100750&id=12 ... See MoreSee Less
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