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Lake Brantley High School8

Altamonte Springs, FL | Seminole County


September 17, 2013

Not pleased with this school at this point. The Dean's MAIN focus is on the football program. Anything else is secondary.

Submitted by a parent

August 28, 2013

I am a student at Lake Brantley and I love it. This school IS giving students academic support when they ask a teacher. They prepare the students for real life situations and they offer many classes you wont see in other high schools. GO CLASS OF 2014

Submitted by a student

July 6, 2013

This school is highly overrated. Students are not receiving the quality education they are entitled to. The problem is and what few parents there know is the majority of teachers teaching their children do Not hold certification in the subjects (core academic) they teach. Parents should be aware of this fact and request proof the teacher teaching their child holds certification in the subject their teaching. I was stunned when I checked and found out that not one of my daughter's teachers held subject certified in her core academic classes! Don't be fooled like I was. My daughter did not receive a quality education while attending Lake Brantley, we felt bamboozled!

Submitted by a parent

May 12, 2013

No Academic Support - I'm very disappointed upon research it is rated as an exceptional school cross the board - this must mean we only cater to exceptional students and those not in there A+ are lost in the cracks there is no assistance for a student having difficulty with classes - there is no tutoring support at all (by teachers) If your child is not a A+ then your child is a statistic.

Submitted by a parent

May 10, 2013

I'm not at all pleased with the academic support at this school. My daughter, who used to love school, now hates it and wants to drop out. They have a "To Be Kind" program that is exclusive to "snobby" kids who aren't very kind. The teachers don't care if your child needs extra support in a class and won't make amendments to help your child. They don't care. The school is supposed to prepare chldren for after high school. They aren't doing that and it only seems to support those whom they think are deserving. I'm extremely disappointed and can understand why FLVS is a viable option with schools like this.

Submitted by a parent

October 11, 2010

My son graduated from Lake Brantley in 2008. Although I think the school is pretty good, I feel it could definitely use some extra education dollars to improve things, like math, English, science, and the arts. I know it isn't the schools fault that we have the FCATs, but I MUST say those tests hindered my child's learning experience. He did not learn NEARLY as much as I did, and I graduated in 1979! The teachers are forced to teach for the FCAT, instead of for college and life. My son was an A-B student, but is seriously under-prepared for college and the outside world...those FCATs have ruined his formative years, as far as school is concerned!

Submitted by a parent

April 8, 2010

I went to lake brantley high school for 9th grade and i loved it... We had 4 classes and everyone was so friendly.. I loved my classes and all the people.. Everyone was very helpful and nice to me.. I am a senior right now and i go to piper high school and everyday i wish i didnt have to move so that i could be at the one school i loved to go to every single day.

October 25, 2009

I love this school like there is no tomarrow! The academics here allow us to have a wide variety to choose from, and also to attain scholarships. Making friends here is easy, because you just have to find people you connect with. The Band here is especially excellent, and not just because im in it. So it's safe to say what school I would want my children to go to later on in life. :)

Submitted by a student

September 16, 2009

Quality of teachers, large number of advanced placement classes, safe, clean

Submitted by a parent

May 10, 2009

I currently attend Lake Brantley, and from what I've encountered, it is a very stuck-up rich school. Cliques are everywhere and very mean and hurtful to anyone not like them. I used to think our reputation as a snobby little rich school were false, until i realized it myself. Don't get me wrong, the academics are great, the student body as a whole is what makes this school very cold and unwelcoming.

Submitted by a student

October 21, 2008

Lake Brantley is a great school overall, its just the little things such as teachers and many of the students that just keep it from the excellent standards. I think that for the most part they have a good basis of education . They have a wide variety of sports, which lets you find the one that you fit in the most. I do disagree however that most of the sports have to revolve around football. No doubt football is a great sport, but that doesn't mean that the other sports have to have less equipment and not as nice practice field as the football team does. Again it is a good school, and I would pick it over most of the other schools in the area.

Submitted by a student

May 23, 2008

As a freshmen here at Lake Brantley High School, I didn't have to go through the normal pressures that most freshmen face. However, i'ts a very stuck-up school, only caring for middle-class students. I mean, it's okay, but I'd gladly move somewehere else.

Submitted by a student

January 18, 2008

One of the best High Schools around Central Florida

Submitted by a parent

December 28, 2007

I am extremely pleased with Lake Brantley High School. I was orginally zoned for Lyman High School but decided to move upon a comparison between the two schools curriculum guide. Brantley offers an abundance of academic oppurtunities partly because of modified block scheduleing. This was proved to me as I realized I can be finished with 5 years of foreign language in about 3 years, counting AP foreign language. Also, I have never really enjoyed math, and Ive made mediocre grades throughout my academic career before coming to Brantley, but upon the gift of a brillant math teacher, I have done comparably better. She takes two hours with me after school to help free of charge. All my educators are sincerely dedicated to their professions. Although controversey surrounding the Lyman-Brantley rezoning abounds, I strongly beleive I made the right choice in coming to Brantley, the proof is sheerly in the curriculm

Submitted by a student

December 21, 2007

Highly overated High School They have some good AP and honors classes but the school seems more focused on sports. We have had 3 children attend LBHS. This school has a very poor reputation at providing special education. Look at the State of Florida Dept of Education website for more specicifics, but LBHS doesn't seem to be meeting their own objectives as a school.

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