Lake Brantley
High School

Dr. Trent Daniel

Assistant Principals
Dr. Jose Sanchez
Juliene McDonald
Collen Windt
Jeralee McIntyre

School Administration Manager
Brian Shafer
Ashley Swander
Dr. Daniel Cowgill


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.


Our Vision

The vision of Lake Brantley High School is to empower its students to achieve individual success through respect, responsibility and a readiness to learn.



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Need a Transcript?

Transcripts for Graduation Years 2013 - current ONLY, may be requested and/or picked up in the Building 1 Front Office as follows for Summer 2017:
Monday - Thursday 7: 00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
We ask that you allow us 24 hours to process your request.Thank you.

If you graduated prior to 2013 (Alumni 2013 and Earlier) please call the Seminole County Public Schools Records Department at: 407-320-0143.

Digital Curriculum

Welcome to Lake Brantley Digital Curriculum Guide 2017-2018!

Headline News

ATTENTION SENIORS:  Here it is - your GRADUATION PACKET for 2018.  Everything you need to know about Graduation from what to wear to how to get your tickets or order more. 

CROP Information POSTED!
Credit Reinstatement Opportunities Plan

NEW Saturday School Dates
Feb. 10, March 10, April 14, May 5, May 19. 

Yearbooks can be purchased on www.yearbookforever.com for the lowest price of the year, $75.00 plus a processing fee of $1.25 with a credit card. This price is good until September 3rd.  Last year the books sold out in 3 days, so purchase yours now in order to guarantee your student will get one!

 Books can also be purchased during 1st and 2nd lunches in room 8-224 for $75.00 until Sept. 1st. You must bring a check or cash to purchase one at school.

HERO Policy

Lake Brantley High School
HERO Tardy Tracking Program

LBHS trial run will begin the week of January 8th-January 12th. Students will work with the administration, security personnel, teachers, and clerical to learn the new HERO tardy tracking system. Starting Wednesday, January 10th students must obtain a tardy pass in order to be admitted into the classroom after the bell. January 10th – 12th students will receive warnings and must have a HERO pass to enter class.

Effective Monday January 15th, Lake Brantley High School will be using the HERO tardy tracking program to track student tardies. Tardies will now be cumulative! This is the biggest change. (It doesn’t matter what period the tardy is in during the day.)

Tardy/Dress Code Consequences:

1st Tardy: Warning

2nd Tardy: 1 hour detention

3rd Tardy: 2 hour detention

4th Tardy: Saturday School

5th Tardy +: Referral

Tardies will reset again every nine weeks.

When students are late to their classes they can either see an administrator/security personnel in the courtyard or go to building 1 or 6 (whichever is closest) to receive their pass/consequence.

Building 6 Hero Port for Hero pass – Buildings 6, 7, 8, 5, Back Portables 1-10

Building 1 Hero Port for Hero pass – Buildings 3, 1, Front Portables 11-14

Mobile Hero Ports – Courtyard Administrator/Security Personnel

Teachers must lock their doors. Tardy students will not be allowed to enter their class without a HERO pass. Teachers are asked to put the provided sign on their door so that students know where to go to get their HERO pass. Upon entering the class with the HERO pass, students must present the pass to the teacher to acknowledge and highlight. This will prevent students from reusing it in another class (like Wal-Mart when you leave with merchandise).

Teachers are also asked to abide by the 1st 10 last 10 Freeze Time Rule - meaning students will need to remain in class unless it is an emergency.  

Testing Resources


Here is the District Assessment Calendar, please click here to download the calendar. 



3/12 Monday
Math (Day 1)
Fine & Performing Arts
Physical Education
3/13 Tuesday
Math (Day 2)

3/14 Wednesday
English/Reading (Day 1)
World Languages
Computer Science

3/15 Thursday
English/Reading (Day 2)
Social Studies
Career & Technical Education/Business

 Regular Bell Schedule for Exam Days

Teachers: Please remember that no other quizzes or tests should be given on these test days.

Grading Window: Opens: Tuesday March 13, 2018
Closes: Sunday, March 25, 2018

Download 2018 AP Exam Schedule here

Driver Forms Link

Please click Here to download the Approved Driver Form 16-17.pdf

Free & Reduced Lunch Benefits

SAVE TIME!!!!! APPLY ONLINE!!!! For Free or Reduced breakfast and lunch price benefits. In addition, if your student qualifies they may be eligible for college application fee waivers PLUS… SAT and ACT registration fee waivers!!!!! GO TO scpsmealapp.com and APPLY TODAY!!!


Today at LBHS

School Info/News

School Calendar

March 26 Start of 4th Quarter

May 22 Graduation, 7:30pm at Amway Arena

May 23 - 25 Student Early Release Days (Last three days of 2nd Semester)

May 25 Last Day of Student Attendance

May 28 School System Closed (Memorial Day)

May 29 - 30 Teacher Workdays (Post-Planning)

Summer School Dates/Times for LBHS:

May 31-June 13 Semester 1 of Summer School

June 14-28 Semester 2 of Summer school

Hours: 7:20am-2:30pm

*Breakfast and lunch provided at no cost during the summer semesters.

Pre-School Processing

Grade 12 Orientation:
Wednesday August 1, 2018

Grades 10-11 Orientation:
Thursday August 2, 2018
8am-10:30am: Last Names A-L
12:30-3:00pm: Last Names M-Z

Grade 9 Orientation:
Friday August 3, 2017
8:00am-10:45am: Last Names A-L
12:15pm-3:00pm: Last Names M-Z


Parents: Become an eCampus Observer of your student's courses

Patriot Parade Newsletter January 2018

Lake Brantley Lifeline Communications 

School Connects 

LBHS Media Center  at 6:00 pm
Monday, February 26
Monday, March 12
Monday, April 16
Monday, May 14
For more information, contact 

Seniors Information


Show some LBHS Pride and brag about your 2018 Grad!

CLick Here to Order

 CAMPUS FOR LUNCH Click Here to download form

Attention Senior Parents:
Yearbooks are currently $80.00 but will rise to $85.00 on December 1st.  You can send in money or a check to LBHS with your student, or purchase online at www.yearbookforever.com


Click on the link below

Locker Link 

1.  Your student number is your user id and your birthdate is your password.
2. The format of the password is YYYYMMDD, so if you were born Jan 1, 2000, your password would be '20000101'.
3. Select your Building, and your locker 
4. Take a photo of your combination. 


"How do I contact my child's teachers"

How do I contact my student’s teachers?
The best way is through email. All emails are on the LBHS website.
The link is http://www.lakebrantley.com/Staff/QuickLinks/StaffContact.aspx

Some situations require a conversation. Email the teacher and leave a number that you can be reached at and a time when you will be free. Realize they are in class, so they will need to return the call when they have plan or after school. Even though your issue may be important, due to confidentiality the teacher needs to call when other students can not hear the conversation. Contact is done within 24 hours. 
You can also leave a voice mail (VM), but email is much faster when communicating to teachers. The VM extensions can be found at the same link.
Please do not email through Skyward. That email system does NOT work and is not linked to our teachers.

Another alternative is the Lake Brantley HS Mobile APP, Click here or scan the QR code below to download the Lake Brantley High School app by SchoolInfoApp on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry or Windows device.  With our new app, you can:

·         Keep up with all of our latest news, information and announcements

·         Find out about events and activities

·         Contact teachers, staff and administration

Positive Behavior Support

 PBS Action of the Week

Ready to Learn: Students will come prepared to class with all required material.

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