Dear Grandparents and Special Friends of Academy at the Lakes:
Necessity truly is the mother of invention. And in this highly unusual and historic year of the Coronavirus Pandemic, so many aspects of how we bring school to life have been forced to change. The challenges presented have been significant, but Academy at the Lakes has persevered, created, and even thrived in the face of these obstacles.
A great example is this first-ever Virtual Grandparents Week, April 6 – 9. During this special celebration (that temporarily replaces our annual Grandparents Day), we will present you with the opportunity to view many different aspects of school life, to see and hear our students perform, and to participate in activities that will keep us all close despite our temporarily necessary physical distance.
We hope our efforts will keep you close to our school and our students despite the pandemic, and that we will soon be able to come together again on campus to celebrate the love of learning and the joy in the journey that are fundamental to an Academy at the Lakes education.
We are grateful to have you, our Grandparents and Special Friends, in our school community! We are only a few “clicks” away! Thank you for participating in this new endeavor.
Head of School
Thank You From The Fund for Academy
We are deeply grateful to you for supporting this event and for your partnership to help us provide an excellent experience to our students. If you would like to make a gift to Academy at the Lakes, please click here.
Grandparents and Special Friends
Special Furry Friends
E-Learning with AATL
Class of 2021
2021 Senior Prank
Why We Love our Grandparents and Special Friends
This year, Academy at the Lakes had six representatives at the Pasco Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Five of these students placed in the top 3 or won a special award! Here are the results for our student’s projects:
Ben H. ’25: 1st in Plant Science and State Science Fair.
Eden J. ’25: 1st in Animal Sciences, State Science Fair, Association of Women Geoscientists Award, USAID Science Champion Award, Broadcom Masters nominee.
Daniel J. ’25: 1st in Environmental Science, State Science Fair, National Association of Biology Teachers Life Science Award, American Meteorological Society Award, Broadcom Masters nominee.
Ethan N. ’25: 2nd in Physics.
CJ F. ’25: 3rd in Biomedical Sciences.
Each student submitted a video summary of their project. Check out some of the projects here:
Mrs. Vreeland’s Advanced Placement Language and Composition students collaborated to design commercials that promoted an original product, an invention. In designing their commercials, students considered their target markets and purposefully included persuasive strategies and visual rhetoric to convince their audience to buy the product. Additionally, they wrote an analysis of their commercial that explained the reasoning behind their rhetorical choices and how the strategies persuaded their target audience.