The philosophy of Alee Academy Charter High School in Eustis, Florida is to utilize the latest in technology and teaching strategies to increase the academic, vocational, and social skills of each individual student. It is the goal of the school to discover and develop the special strengths of each student and nurture these in a safe and secure environment.
We recognize that the majority of our pupils have had repeated failures in their previous school environments and therefore require adaptation in curriculum, flexibility on the part of the staff, and modification in instructional strategies. The types of programs offered to each student are designed to meet his/her individual needs and assist him/her in integrating back into his/her home and school environment as a productive citizen.Start Enrollment
Alee Academy is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 school year. Apply today!
Testing continues tomorrow for students needing the Biology EOC and U.S.History EOC. This test is required to be taken by all students currently enrolled in either or both of these courses. Since the EOC score calculates as 30% of a student's final grade in the course, credits will not be earned if the EOC is not taken.
We'd like to say thank you to Lake Technical College for hosting a private tour of the campus today. The kids visited various programs offered at Lake Tech. They asked great questions and brought back a lot of information to share with their families.
The Charter Board Liaison / Parental Representative for Alee Academy is . Should the need arise to contact the Charter Board Liaison / Parental Representative, they can be contacted via the contact page .
Alee Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
If there is enough room for every interested student, the school does not need to hold a lottery.
If a lottery is necessary, the charter school will begin its random drawing process, either handling the applications manually or using a computer program. Alee Academy may give preference to returning students, students with siblings attending the school, and certain at-risk groups.