The Lake Mary Preparatory Upper School curriculum prepares students for their top choice colleges and universities. Students in the Upper School are challenged by rigorous courses and dedicated faculty and enjoy unrivaled individualized attention.
The Upper School offers several academic levels including Honors and Advanced Placement courses. Students and faculty work closely in and out of the classroom. The Advisory Program allows for a more personalized learning environment. Students graduate from Lake Mary Preparatory School and it is these relationships that help personalize the students' experience, thus creating a strong alumni network.
Lake Mary Preparatory students achieve exceptional outcomes and are accepted at their top-choice universities, such as: Princeton University, University of California Los Angeles, Columbia University, Harvard University, Boston College, Emory University, Davidson College, Pepperdine University, University of Notre Dame, College of William and Mary, and the University of Florida.
Students at Lake Mary Preparatory Upper School have the opportunity to participate in standards, honors, and Advanced Placement courses. While students need 26 credits to graduate, the majority of students graduate with over 30 credits. Over the past few years students doubled up in Science and Mathematics courses, and to satisfy the needs of future engineers, the school offers AP Physics C and Solar Engineering.
Nationally standardized tests such as the ERB/CTP4, SAT, ACT and Advanced Placement tests help to ensure that our upper school students are achieving their potential in relation to peers across the country and around the world.
The Course Catalog is the student’s first resource for making wise course choices. In addition to this guide, students will meet with their advisor to begin the course selection process. Students and parents may also consult with a team of administrators, faculty and the College Counselor who are ready to help choose the courses for each student’s high school career.
Please remember that the web version of this guide is updated constantly. Course offerings may change because of staffing or student interest.