"We are best known for advanced studies programs."
Students enrolled 2016
School leader MS. MARGARET NAMPON
Transportation options Yes
District Orange County School District

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12500 Narcoossee Road
Orlando, FL 32832

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(407) 956-8300
(407) 956-8315
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4 stars
Based on 9 ratings

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November 23, 2014
Amazing structure. Brand new school and already show why is A rated since the first year. I'm loving to have my daughter studying there. Great teachers.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2014
First I wanted to address the review about the out of zone student. I just wanted to state that this isn't the forum for such ridiculous tattling and gossiping. If this parent has such a tremendous issue with this go to the school. I don't know the student with such a zoning or atheletic infraction. However, really some people should really mind their own business. As far as the school, I'm a true believer that every school is as good as the student and parents make of the opportunites brought before them. I have 2 students in Lake Nona High School. It has not all been perfect but for the most part they have some good teachers and good administrators with Great attitudes and I can honestly say that any problem that we have encountered it has been taken care of immediately. Every teacher is not the perfect fit for every student. We need to make sure as parents to make sure our children advocate for themselves and we communicate with them so that we can all work together. Lake Nona has been great about making sure my children are taken care of and are both doing excellent in all of their classes and are both involved in clubs and atheletics as well.. I think its a great school.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2014
Carefull this year (2014-2015) one out of Zone student of Lake Nona High School have been recluted in the Varsity Volleyball Team. This students and their parents are lieying about the address their are using. Out of ZONE students are not allow to play in their first year. Cases like this put in jeopardy the oportunity for those students with seniority. This is under investigation. i hope the Athelic Director and OCPS take some action about this matter.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2013
Excellent! I have a daughter in 11th Grade and she has been at this school starting in Lake Nona Middle School. They have done an excellent job exposing her to different possibilities when it comes to career paths and because of that, she is excited to take advantage of all the advanced placement and Valencia College courses to help her in her goals of eventually becoming a registered nurse. She is also involved in chorus where she gets to sing at Disney every year and is on her 3rd year learning American Sign Language which she is already using fluently. This school has a great academic environment!

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2013
My school is very good for high achievers but has a lack of school spirit creating an often boring atmosphere. Also the teachers set too much busy work and too much homework. The school has an excellent water polo program and a reputable female tennis team. Every program in the school is good and rapidly getting better.

- submitted by a community member
April 25, 2012
We had an excellent experience at this school in 2010-2011 school year when the middle school and high school were combined. We are very much looking forward to returning to this school next year for 9th grade. After suffering through a year with the prinicpal and administration at the middle school in it's first year of operation, it will be a blessing to return to this school with such a competent principal and staff.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2010
Why 2 out of 5 ? Because . I am a student not a parent . parents dont experence what i do as a 10th grader . Theres not much diversity , and this school is filled with middle schoolers. they should be gone next year . but if i wanted to go to a middle school i would have failed. its not fair how we older kids have to run over theses 11 year olds . like really ? i wanna experience highschool .this school dose NOT have many extra curricular activitys or electives. and lunch is like 25 mins i think . and theres so many people we have to RUN . alot of teachers treat us like kids . why is it that there are some kids i younger grades but in classes that they shouldnt be in ? thats not a fair advantage . im in 10th grade in spanish 2 . theres a kid in 9 grade in spanish 2 ... WHY is it that hey get to finish this class before i do ? Ahh . Seriosly id change school But the touchscreen things are nice . and some of the teachers . everything els is bleh .

- submitted by a community member
September 30, 2010
So far Im super impress with this school, I have a kid in Middle School and a kids in High in the same school and I dont have any complaing. One of my kids was in Colonial last year and it was the worst experience I had. In Lake Nona you can tell the teachers are happy with what they do, all HW are reported daily/weekly on progress book and they are so organized and their communication is so good, and they are provide with the best in technology. They allow student to grow up instead of treating them like little kids. Im very impress and glad I made the decision to move and send my kids to this school.And the fact that both Middle and Hight are togetter and they start and finish school at the same time is wonderful since it allows my kids to watch after eachother.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2010
The administration at LNHS is outstanding! Dr. Anderson and his team are willing to help any parent with any question - and they do so with a smile! The teachers are top notch. The Collegiate Academy program (where students can work on college credits while still in HS) is challenging but a great way to encourage students to push beyond their "comfort zone". The dedication to the arts in this school is amazing - the band, chorus and drama programs are fabulous! Overall, it is a wonderful environment for students (and accessible to parents who want to be involved) and I'm proud to be a Lions Mom!

- submitted by a parent
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Lake Nona features a variety of advanced studies options including: - Wide array of AP courses - The school houses Valencia Community College and the "Collegiate Academy" offers students the opportunity to graduate with their Associates Degree. - Lake Nona Health Academy: in partnership with Florida Hospital East, interested students receive hands on training with the option of working towards multiple certifications in the health care field. - Scientific Research Cohort: a four year learning experience, based upon competitive international Science and Engineering research. projects

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Lake Nona High School
12500 Narcoossee Road, Orlando, FL  32832
(407) 956-8300
Last modified Lake Nona High School is a Public school that serves grades 10-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lake Nona High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 9 reviews. Top