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Alee Academy Charter School
1705 East County Road 44
Eustis, Florida 32736-2500
 (352) 357-9426
 (352) 357-8426
Office Hours – 
Summer Hours of Operation
Monday – Thursday 8a – 3p
Closed Fridays
Closed July 2-6



Mission Statement

The purpose of Alee Academy is to provide at-risk and former dropout students the opportunity to complete their high school course work, develop vocational skills, gain employment, and earn a high school diploma. Credit recovery and the Performance Based Diploma Option program are the two opportunities afforded through a non-traditional learning environment. Alee believes that all students can achieve excellence in a positive and challenging educational environment that stimulates their interest, channels their energies, and develops their abilities. Recognizing the individual strengths and intrinsic worth of all students, the staff will provide specific skill development opportunities for all students to increase self-confidence and achieve self-discipline.

The staff of Alee believes that “If you treat someone the way he is, he will remain as he is. If you treat someone the way he could be and ought to be, he will become what he could be and ought to be.”

Admission Policy

Alee Academy agrees to enroll an eligible student by accepting a timely application, unless the number of applications exceeds the capacity of the program, class, building, or grade level. In such case, the applicants shall have an equal chance of being selected through a random lottery. Preference may be given to siblings of students enrolled in the school.

Alee Academy will abide by the LCS Code of Student Conduct & Policy Guide. A copy of the LCS Student Code of Conduct & Policy Guide can be found through online here. Copies are available upon request.

  Admission and Registration Policy

Student Application

Student Handbook

   Family Access Enrollment Form

Seat Capacity

Our seat capacity for 2016-2017, 2017-2018 and each year going forward is 300 students.

School Public Accountability Report

Alee Academy’s School Public Accountability Report (SPAR) is currently available and can be found at the following website. Copies are available upon request.

  School Accountability Report 2017

  School Accountability Report 2016

Board of Directors

Alee Academy is governed by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors are:

  • Michael Holland, Chairperson <[javascript protected email address]>
  • Rachel Holtzclaw, CPA, Vice-Chairperson <[javascript protected email address]>
  • Chloe Bonds WormackChloe Bonds-Wormack <[javascript protected email address]>
  • Jennings Neeld <[javascript protected email address]>
  • Mary Jo Rager <[javascript protected email address]>
  • Bea Grassel <[javascript protected email address]>
  • Dr. Isaac Deas <[javascript protected email address]>

Governing Board Meetings

The scheduled Governing Board Meetings are published on the school calendar located on this, the school’s website. Parents and community members are always welcome to each Governing Board meeting. Should a parent or community member wish to place an item on the agenda for the next Governing Board Meeting, they may contact the director of the school or any Governing Board Member via the school’s contact page.

Charter Board Liaison / Parental Representative

The Charter Board Liaison / Parental Representative for Alee Academy is our Governing Board Chairperson, Michael Holland. Should the need arise to contact the Charter Board Liaison / Parental Representative, Mr. Holland can be contacted via the school’s contact page.

Alee Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

Required Posting

  Out of Field Parent Letter – January 2018

  Parent Notification Policy

  Parent Notification Policy

  School Accountability Report 2016

  School Accountability Reports

  2012 Health Sanitation Certificate

  Jessica Lunsford Act – Lake County Schools

  Mandatory Reporting of Misconduct by Certified Employees

  John M. McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program