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.

Meet Your Counselor

Meet your Child's Counselor by clicking here.

College Financial Info

Approved Places to Volunteer

To view a complete list of approved volunteer work sites please Click Here.

Prepare for College

Click on the following link to find helpful links to use in your quest for Financial Aid, Scholarship information and Bright Futures:

Senior Information Night

Coffee with the Counselor

Click here to check out the highlights from the 4/13/17 Coffee with the Counselors.
All Coffee with the Counselors presentations will be held at 7:30 am in the Community Room
August 18 CwC is for Parents of Seniors Only please
Here are the dates for the Coffee with the Counselors: September 1, November 10, February 9, March 9

2017-2018 Class Registration Presentations

To view the middle school presentation for incoming freshmen, click here.

To view the presentation for current Freshman and Sophomores
, click here.

To view the presentation for current Juniors, click here.


Students - You will have access to your AP Scores based on location, beginning Wednesday, July 5th. Click here to view the schedule.

Financial Aid Info

College Admissions Night was held on Wednesday, September 28, 2016. For those who were unable to attend and those who might want to refresh their memory you may view the PowerPoint presentation presented by our counselors. Click Here

To view the PowerPoint presentation from UCF please Click Here.

Guidance Counselors

Anna Riether              E-mail      All ESE students      407-746-3487

Denise Winterstein     E-mail             A-Ch                 407-746-3486

Amanda Goe               Email                CI-Gk                 407-746-3484

Laura Baker                 E-Mail              Gl-LA                407-746-3482

Pamela Boodram       E-Mail              LB-OQ              407-746-3483

Vinette Young            E-mail               OR-SE              407-746-3481
Mindi Craft                 E-mail               SF- Z                407-746-3605

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program


2017 ONR SEAP Application is open!!!

The Office of Naval Research's Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program application is now open.

High school studentscan open an application at the SEAP website http://seap.asee.org/.

The deadline for the application,transcripts and letters of recommendation is:

November 30, 2016 at 6:00 PM EST

If you have any questions you can email us at seap@asee.org or call us at (202)649-3833.

Thank you.



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College Information SUS Matrix 2016-2017

To view the most current Admissions information on many of the most asked about colleges click here.



There are many state grants and scholarships to help you with college expenses, including:
 Florida Resident Access Grant
 Florida Student Assistance Grant
 Mary McLeod Bethune Scholarship
 First Generation Matching Grant

Research the state grants and scholarships fact sheets available by visiting http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/home/uamain.htm.

Need assistance with the financial aid process? Contact OSFA’s Outreach Team. We are certified educators of personal finance, offering years of experience in the field of financial aid. Visit www.NavigatingYour Future.org and select the Contact Us tab.

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.

There are two tests available for practice: SAT (through January 2016 version) and the new SAT (March 2016 version). Choose which exam you will be preparing for and start studying. Visit www.khanacademy.org to access the practice questions, then select the “Subjects” tab.

Need more practice? Visit www.4tests.com to answer more sample questions for the SAT, ACT and AP exams.

Navigating Your Financial Future

For the latest updates on financing your college career, tracking your Bright Futures eligibility status and other important information check out the newest publication from The Florida Department of Education Office of Student Financial Assistance!  You can't afford to miss it!

Navigating Your Financial Future Newsletter



Please bring the following documents with you at the time of registration:

1. A withdrawl form from the previous school

2. A copy of the student's transcripts and current grades or other academic history to facilitate academic placement

3. a valid HRS 680 Florida Certificate of Immunization detailing the student's immunization history. This form is available from any health office or physician in the state of Florida. The Seminole County Health Department is located at 400 W. Airport Blvd, Sanford, FL 32773; Phone # (407) 665-3700.

4. Students entering a Florida public school for the first time must present a physical exam completed within one year prior to enrollment. The health form must be signed and dated by the physician and show results of the examination. This cannot be a simple statement from a physician.

5. Three (3) proofs of residency must be presented:

  1. Current utility bill (water or power) or initial order for service
  2. An auto registration, a driver's license: www.hsmv.state.fl.us
    Lake Mary Branch Office (1-850-617-3995)
    845 Primera Blvd, Lake Mary, FL 32746
  3. a voter's registration: www.semcoelections.org

One of the following, depending on your current living arrangements:

  • Owned residence: warranty deed or homestead exemption (www.scpafl.com)
  • Rent or lease: current lease, rental agreement, or notarized letter from the landlord
  • Families residing with other families: SCPS Form 1312S must be completed and notarized. Proof of residence mentioned above must be from the owner of the residency. The school can provide you with this form.

  • 6. Student's birth certificate and social security card.

7. Students enrolled in any Exceptional Student Education (ESE) program must provide a current Individual Education Plan (IEP) and current Psycho Educational testing (IQ/academic evaluations) at the time of enrollment.

Extenuating circumstances not covered above may require additional documentation.

Please call the Guidance Office to set up an appointment to enroll your student. (407)-746-3500.

Important Information for Juniors

Beginning with students graduating in 2015 (Juniors) the state of Florida has put an on-line course requirement in place. This means that all students must complete at least one on-line high school course in order to receive a diploma. This course can either be a semester or a full year course. However, taking one semester of a full year course on-line does not fulfill the requirement. Students must complete the course from start to finish as an on-line course. The course can be taken any time in middle school or high school as long as the course is a high school course and meets the definition of an on-line course.

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