Academy of Children’s Educational Studies

The Academy of Children’s Educational Studies provides students with a skill-based curriculum and hands-on experience so they are equipped with job specific knowledge, skills and credentials to enable employment in career fields that focus on children. The Early Childhood Education classes in ACES provide classroom and practical experiences necessary to meet the cognitive, physical, social and emotional needs of children from infancy to preschool. Students transfer theories learned in the classroom into practice by working side-by-side with Child Development Associate Teachers to nurture and instruct the children in our school’s childcare program.

Contacts: Mrs. Marin

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Academy of Media of Productions

In the Academy of Media of Productions there are three tracks: Digital Design, Television Productions and Web Design. Within these tracks students work on project based assignments ranging from videos, photography, websites, and designs. Students receive hands-on-training and experience by working with cutting-edge technology. Students develop skills important for the professional world of communication and design.

Contacts: Mr. Bell, Mrs. Gee, Mr. King, Mr. Randall and Mr. Williams

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Environmental Agriculture & Technology Academy

This nationally accredited certified academy offers a unique opportunity to work with animals, promote environmental stewardship, and gain career experience. EATA offers two career technical education tracks: Animal Science and Aquaculture. Animal Science allows students to actively care for and interact with a plethora of animals: emus, horses, rabbits, chickens, cattle, pigs and alpacas. These interactions will encourage students to learn the technical side of agriculture and the skills that come with it. The second track, Aquaculture, creates an experience that combines fish husbandry with aquatic plant production. Students will combine technology and hard work to create a product that can be sold to the public/industry. Florida is the industry leader in ornamental fish production. This track helps students learn the skills necessary to enter and advance this industry. EATA will always strive to introduce, educate and prepare students for a career in agriculture and related industries.

Contacts: Mr. Ogzewalla and Mrs. Ogzewalla

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Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Core

Contacts: LTC Phelps, Sgt. Peebles, 1st Sgt. Chishlom and 1st Sgt. Fredrickson

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Visual Art Academy

Contacts: Mr. Aho, Ms. Crawford, Ms. Debello and Ms. Randles

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Performing Art Academy

Contacts: Ms. Bowne, Mr. Cleveland, Mrs. Mitchell and Mr. Henry-Dixon

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Physical Education

Contacts: Mr. Gee, Ms. Marcum, Mr. Pritchett and Ms. Salary

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