Message for Incoming Ninth Graders

@ccess Now is a fundamental shift in teaching and learning to support the mission of St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS): to ensure all students graduate from safe and caring schools, equipped with the knowledge, skills and desire to succeed. Students will have access to a digital learning device and a personalized, blended, interactive curriculum. What…

Girls Weightlifting Wins Six Medals

Six of the eleven Jaguars who qualified for Regional Championship received medals. In the 101-lb weight class, Bianca Lopez came in fourth and Alexandra Chisholm came in fifth place. Gabi Fry came in fifth in the 129-lb weight class. In the 183-lb weight class Hannah Pollino came in sixth and Nicole Sudol took first place…

Late Arrivals and Early Pick Up

Any student arriving late to school must sign in on the log in the administrative office. Students are allowed three excused late to school arrivals per semester. The following are not excused tardies: missing the bus, oversleeping (you or your parent), car problems, traffic, family emergency, and parent drop off. Documented appointments will be considered…

School Counseling

Appointments Parents are encouraged to contact our office to schedule an appointment to ensure your child(ren)’s counselor will be available for your visit. Parents who choose to walk-in to our office without an appointment take the risk of finding their child’s counselor unavailable or will not have sufficient time to address their concerns. Counselors do…

About the IB Programme

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) is an inclusive, comprehensive and rigorous two-year curriculum, leading to examinations for high school juniors and seniors. Since the International Baccalaureate office was established in Geneva, Switzerland in 1965, the IB program has grown to over 2000 participating schools in over 130 countries. Designed as a comprehensive curriculum that…