Lake Nona Campus Celebrates Collegiate Academy Graduates

A Message from Kathleen Plinske, President, Osceola, Lake Nona and Poinciana Campuses

The Lake Nona Campus was proud to recognize the 2017 Collegiate Academy graduates at an awards ceremony at Lake Nona High School on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. The Collegiate Academy at Lake Nona High School is an accelerated academic program that provides Lake Nona High School students with advanced educational opportunities throughout their high school experience, including dual enrollment courses offered both at Lake Nona High School and at the Lake Nona Campus.

This year, nine Collegiate Academy students completed the requirements for an associate degree from Valencia before graduating from Lake Nona High School. In total, approximately 100 Collegiate Academy students will graduate from high school this month having already completed between six and 53 college credit hours.

Collegiate Academy graduates are planning to continue their education at highly selective institutions such as Yale University and West Point.

We are so very proud of all of our Collegiate Academy graduates and wish them the very best as they continue their educational pursuits.

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