SHS MISSION

Students who graduate from Seminole High School shall be prepared to begin a career and continue their education at a post secondary technical school, community college or university.

CONTACTS

Main Number
407.320.5050

Administration
407.320.5100

Athletics
407.320.5057

Bookkeeping  
407.320.5108   

Guidance
407.320.5143   

Health Academy
407.320.5062

International Baccalaureate 
407.320.5295 

Administration

Dr. Connie Collins
Principal

Dr. Orvie Mizzell-Bullock
Assistant Principal

Barry Coleman
Assistant Principal

Michael Hennessy
Assistant Principal

Dale Phillips
Assistant Principal

Greg Register
Assistant Principal

Mary Turner
Assistant Principal

Dr. Michelle Backel
Administrative Manager

Shelly Prom
Administrative Manager

Sylvester Wynn
Administrative Manager

Nicholas Pavagouzas
Dean

TIME TO ORDER - Herff Jones

Are you a JUNIOR in search of a class ring or a SENIOR interested in a cap & gown?  Please click HERE for more information on how to order.

SENIORS - College Night

It's about that time, for college applications! College Night for Seniors will be on September 9th at 6pm in the KWC.  This will be a great time to bring your parents, ask questions, and to find out valuable information regarding the college admission process. College gear and other Prizes will be given away! See you there.​


Interact Club

  Back by POPULAR DEMAND...Time to sign up for the Interact Club. Just click HERE to get started.

Drivers Education Course

This program is a collaborative effort between Seminole County Public Schools, Seminole County Board of County Commissioners, METROPLAN Orlando, the City of Altamonte Springs, the City of Longwood, the City of Sanford and the City of Winter Springs. The course includes classroom instruction, range driving and on the road driving.
WHEN: August 25-December 11, 2014.  This is a semester course. Classes will meet on either Mondays and Wednesdays OR Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 - 5:15 PM.

 WHERE: Lyman High School, Seminole High School and Winter Springs High School however, the course is open to all SCPS students.

REQUIREMENTS: Students must be 15 years old with a valid Florida Learner’s permit to register for the course. Students are required to have their driver’s license and student ID on them at all times.

CONDUCT: SCPS Code of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy will be in effect for this program. Students not adhering to these policies will be dismissed from the program. All discipline consequences enforced at the student’s home school will carry over to this program.

COST: Free

TRANSPORTATION: Not provided.

STUDENT CAPACITY: 120 students per school per semester (60 on M/W and 60 on T/Th)

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: August 20, 2014

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Students must complete an application and submit it to their home school by the registration deadline of August 20. If more applications are received than slots available, a lottery will be held.

COURSE: This course will include classroom instruction, range and road driving.

ATTENDANCE: Attendance is mandatory. Please note – this is a semester course and it may conflict with extracurricular activities.

CREDIT: .5 credit will be awarded to those students that successfully complete the course.

INSTRUCTORS: All instructors will meet the DOE requirements to teach driver education or have comparable certification through law enforcement.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION

 For more information, contact Mary Lane @407 320-0192 or mary_lane@scps.k12.fl.us


Gifted Student Information

Parents/Guardians of Gifted Freshman:
We are happy to welcome your child to Seminole High School for the 2014-2015 school year.  It is now time to update your child’s Gifted Education Plan for high school at a Gifted GROUP PARENT meeting.  Counselors, teachers, and gifted specialists will also be available to review your student’s new Educational Plan for high school. 

We will meet AS A GROUP between the Freshman Orientation sessions at 12: 00 PM, August 4, 2014, in the Media Center.  You will be receiving a letter of the date and your scheduled time for Freshman Orientation from SHS during the summer.  

The link to the Parent Participation Forms (Form 508), the Procedural Safeguard for Gifted Students, and Parent Input for Incoming 9th Graders (1356) is located on the SHS website under GIFTED.  Please sign and return one copy of each at the meeting to be placed in your student’s gifted file . The Procedural Safe Guards for Gifted Students can also be found on the SCPS website under Gifted Services.  
Feel free to bring and include any additional letters or input that will help with the high school Educational Plan.  We feel parent input is vital to adequately plan for your child’s educational future.   

Again, you are asked to attend the GROUP PARENT meeting BETWEEN Freshman Orientation sessions (MEDIA CENTER) August 4, 2014  to complete your student’s Educational Plan for Gifted Education.

PLEASE NOTE: Class available  ONLY to gifted students:  Gifted Research Methodology. 7965010  Research Methodology for Students who are Gifted. Please see your counselor.  

Dr. Peggy Johnson
NBPT Gifted Coordinator
407-320-5050
Peggy_Johnson@scps.k12.fl.us