Our Mission

The mission of Lake Brantley High School is to ensure that all students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to be successful in adult life.

What do we do?

School Counselors help students focus on academic, career and social/emotional development so they achieve success in school and are prepared to lead fulfilling lives as responsible members of society.  

College Info

To view the most current Admissions information on many of the most asked about colleges also known as the State University System Matrix  click here 

Class Presentations

Sophomore class presentation Class of 2020.pdf
Junior class presentation Junior class of 19.pdf
Freshman class presentation The Class of 2021.pdf

Upcoming Events

May 22-Graduation 7:30 PM@ Amway Center

May 31-First day of Summer School


Click here for more info: ePathways


Current students can request their transcript to be sent to Colleges/Employers in Bldg. 7 or Bldg. 8.

If you have already graduated, please use this link to request your transcript.


2018 Summer Break

During the summer break Counselors will be working on a very limited schedule Please email your counselor prior to the end of the school year if needed.  Call the main office number if you need to speak with a counselor during the summer.  407-746-3450

2018-19 Schedule Changes

If you want to request a different class(es) for next school year, please use this link: Schedule Change Request to complete our Google Form.  Students will only have 1 chance to request any changes to their schedule.  The request form will shut down on May 25th. No further requests will be accepted.  There will be very limited schedule changes allowed at the start of the school year.  

Contact Us

Email is the best way to reach your School Counselor but feel free to call us if you prefer.  You can either click on the 'Email' link next to the name of your counselor or copy and paste the actual email address into your email message.  During our busy times of the year (beginning of the school year and the spring semester during registration) please be patient for a response from your counselor.  We will try to respond to you as soon as we can.  

School Counselors-assigned by last name

Anna Riether              E-mail      All ESE students      407-746-3487         anna_riether@scps.k12.fl.us 

Denise Winterstein     E-mail             A-Ch                 407-746-3486         denise_wintersein@scps.k12.fl.us

Amanda Goe               Email                CI-Gk                 407-746-3484     amanda_goe@scps.k12.fl.us

Laura Baker                 E-Mail              Gl-LA                407-746-3482      laura_baker@scps.k12.fl.us

Pamela Boodram       E-Mail              LB-OQ              407-746-3483        boodrapd@scps.k12.fl.us

Vinette Young            E-mail               OR-SE              407-746-3481       vinette_young@scps.k12.fl.us
Mindi Craft                 E-mail               SF- Z                407-746-3605       mindi_craft@scps.k12.fl.us

Spring Internship Expo

The 2018 Internship Expo is right around the corner and we are very excited about the internship opportunities local businesses have offered to our students. 

The best way for your students to practice their skills and identify their career interests is through workplace learning and the Expo is a wonderful opportunity to make that happen!

Click on the flyer for more information: Spring Internship Expo Flyer 2018.pdf
Students can register for the Expo using this link: 


Coffee with the Counselor

All Coffee with the Counselors presentations will be held at 7:30 am in the Community Room
Here are the dates for the Coffee with the Counselors 2017-2018 school year: August 18 (parents of seniors only), September 1, November 10, February 9, March 9

In case you missed them:
CwC presentation from 8/18 (parents of seniors) can be viewed here: Senior CwC 2018.pdf  
CwC presentation from 9/1 can be viewed here: CwC 9-1-2017.pdf
CwC presentation from 11/10 can be viewed here: CwC 11-10-2017.pdf
CwC presentation from 2/9 can be viewed here: CwC 2-9-18.pdf
CwC presentation from 3/9 can be viewed here: CwC 3-9-18.pdf

Summer Programs

Summer programs are a wonderful option for students who want to spread their wings and develop personally, academically, and professionally. Students are not expected to participate in these programs and they should not be undertaken because they 'look good on a resume.'. Many students prefer to spend their summers working, visiting with family and friends, or traveling domestically or abroad. Students are encouraged to spend this time doing something meaningful to themselves. If you are interested in checking out a few selective summer programs, click here.

Financial Aid Info

If you missed our Financial Aid Information night on Oct. 11th or wanted to review the presentation, please click on the following link- 2018-2019 Financial Aid presentation.pdf

Parents of Seniors: If you missed our FAFSA lab night and still need assistance with the financial aid application, please contact the financial aid office at your student's college for assistance. 

Other helpful websites are:

FL State Programs (Bright Futures and more)
Create your FAFSA ID  Creating your FAFSA ID is required when completing your FAFSA 
Official FAFSA website    Website to complete your Financial Aid Application for College
Undocumented Students 
Common Financial Aid Mistakes

Navigating Your Financial Future created by The Florida Department of Education, Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) to strengthen financial skills of young adults through financial aid awareness and literacy education.  
In Like Me The College Admissions & Student Aid resource Hub
E-News March 2018-HS.PDF (Navigating Your Financial Future updates)

Community Service

SCPS has changed their community service policies and procedures.  For the most updated information please visit the district site here Student Volunteer Service 

Community Service Application Click Here
 Here are some helpful websites where students can search for local community service opportunities:
Volunteer Match  will help match you with local organizations looking for volunteers
Hands On Orlando-Volunteer in Central Florida 

For volunteer opportunities that are coming up click on the pdf link:VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES.pdf




Test Prep

Khan Academy has partnered with College Board to offer online study modules for the SAT exam. Khan Academy is widely known for its tutorials in math, science, art, economics/finance and other topics to help students learn. This new venture will help many high school students prepare for the upcoming SAT test.

Visit www.khanacademy.org to access the practice questions.

2018-19 Class Registration Presentations

The following presentations were shown to our current Brantley students when registration materials were handed out (registration form and a curriculum guide).  Students were given the opportunity to ask questions during the class presentations.  Feel free to email questions to your student's counselor if needed.

To view the middle school presentation for incoming freshmen click on this link- 2018-2019 MS Registration presentation.pdf

To view the presentation for current students grades 9-11 click on this link- 2018-2019 Class Registration.pdf