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Lyman High School is a public high school located in Longwood, Florida , a city located approximately 10 miles north of Orlando. The school, founded in , has been consistently ranked among the best in the state by the Florida Department of Education.

For the school term Lyman High School garnered a straight 'A' average, the best in the district, as a result of extremely high student scores on the Florida Comprehension Assessment Test. In , it was ranked by U. The school's namesake, Lyman, arrived in the area upon the invitation of Congressman Charles Delemere Haines.

After Seminole County voted to separate from Orange County , in , the Lymans and other citizens of the area voted to incorporate the city of Altamonte Springs. By , it became apparent that the established school houses in the area did not adequately meet the needs of the growing population.

At a board of trustees meeting it was suggested that the cities of Lake Mary , Longwood and Altamonte Springs consolidate and create one school building. Because of its distance from the other two cities, Lake Mary opted to create its own school, while the cities of Longwood and Altamonte Springs consolidated into one school.

Construction of the new school began in Howard Lyman died a few days before the construction of the school began. In appreciation of his work, the school was named after him. Lyman School opened in September with Howard Douglas as the principal. By , the school had become an accredited junior high school, and enrolment had increased to a degree where it was necessary to add six rooms to the building.

In , Lyman School was accredited through the twelfth grade under the leadership of W. Lyman School was renamed Lyman High School in when it became an accredited institution under the leadership of Carlton D.

Three years later, Lyman High School became fully integrated, admitting its first black students in As originally envisioned, Milwee Junior High School was to become a second junior high for grades 7 through 9, feeding into Lyman along with the pre-existing South Seminole Junior High School in Casselberry. Students residing in Milwee's catchment area that were attending South Seminole Junior High were transferred to Milwee.

They chose the name, Spartans. In the fall of , Seminole County transitioned to a "middle school" concept and all existing junior high schools were redesignated as middle schools.

Under this concept, all elementary schools would now incorporate mandatory kindergarten programs and accommodate students in grades K through 5. Middle schools would incorporate 6th grade students formerly in the elementary schools and accommodate grades 6 through 8.

Finally, 9th grade programs previously resident in the junior high schools would transfer to the senior high schools, making all high schools grade 9 through 12 institutions. However, explosive population growth in South Seminole County during the s made such a transition less than optimal.

During the academic year, the inclusion of 9th grade students from the former South Seminole Junior High School mandated "double sessions" for the first time in Lyman High School's history. The comparatively new Lyman campus, originally constructed for approximately students, now housed well in excess of 2,, especially during peak loading between In June , Milwee Middle School was closed and its 7th and 8th grade students for the September - June academic year transferred to the newly completed Teague Middle School near Forest City.

The former Milwee Middle School, e. The following academic year, —73, all Lyman students returned to the main campus.

That same year, Lake Brantley High School was established with 9th and 10th grade students, using the former Milwee- cum -Lyman "satellite campus" until its permanent facility in Forest City was completed in mid Lyman's last "3 year program" grades class graduated in and its first "4 year program" grades class graduated in The class was also Lyman's then-largest ever graduating class at that time, numbering over students.

It was also the last graduating class whose population contained students from nearly all of South Seminole County, to include the entire catchment area for Lake Brantley High School, the entire catchment areas for the later constructed Lake Howell High School and major portions of the catchment areas for the later constructed Lake Mary High School and Winter Springs High School. Henley also developed one of the most highly technological high schools in the state, as well as the institution of the double-period schedule for students, a dropout prevention program, a staff development program for teachers, and provided leadership for the development of the most comprehensive athletic facility of any high school in the state.

In , he was named Florida Principal of the Year. Principal Henley retired in after more than 30 years at the helm of Lyman High School. The end of the Henley years had ushered in a new era for Lyman. Lyman High School houses a magnet program called the Institute for Engineering, having an engineering emphasis on mathematics and science.

It is an academic and technology related program designed to prepare students for advanced educational and job related experiences in fields related to engineering. Each student that wishes to "graduate" from The Institute for Engineering must complete a hour internship at a selected site coinciding with their specialization. Within the Institute for Engineering there are five areas of specialization: During the freshman year, students take an introduction to engineering class IED.

Their sophomore year they have to take at least one specialized class, though they can take these any other year as well aerospace, civil, biotech, modeling, robotics. Their junior year they take principles of engineering, a more math based class that focuses on application of equations and light programming.

Their senior year they take a project based class where students group up and design, research, and prototype a new invention that they come up with. The school competes in Division 6A and offers programs for both, boys and girls and includes freshman, junior varsity, and varsity sports. Fall sports offered include football , swimming , golf , girls' volleyball , cross-country , and bowling.

Winter sports offered include basketball , wrestling , and soccer. Spring sports offered include baseball , track and field , softball , boys' volleyball , tennis , water polo , and lacrosse.

Lyman is also host to a high school Color Guard and Winterguard program. In the winter guard season the Diamonds were bumped down to the scholastic a class but placed 1st at the FFCC championships. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Remember the almost zero interest rates enacted after the Letter to the Editor. Triple Goddess Treasures celebrates grand opening. As originally envisioned, Milwee Junior High School was to become a second junior high for grades 7 through 9, feeding into Lyman along with the pre-existing South Seminole Junior High School in Casselberry.

Students residing in Milwee's catchment area that were attending South Seminole Junior High were transferred to Milwee. They chose the name, Spartans. In the fall of , Seminole County transitioned to a "middle school" concept and all existing junior high schools were redesignated as middle schools.

Under this concept, all elementary schools would now incorporate mandatory kindergarten programs and accommodate students in grades K through 5. Middle schools would incorporate 6th grade students formerly in the elementary schools and accommodate grades 6 through 8. Finally, 9th grade programs previously resident in the junior high schools would transfer to the senior high schools, making all high schools grade 9 through 12 institutions.

However, explosive population growth in South Seminole County during the s made such a transition less than optimal. During the academic year, the inclusion of 9th grade students from the former South Seminole Junior High School mandated "double sessions" for the first time in Lyman High School's history.

The comparatively new Lyman campus, originally constructed for approximately students, now housed well in excess of 2,, especially during peak loading between In June , Milwee Middle School was closed and its 7th and 8th grade students for the September - June academic year transferred to the newly completed Teague Middle School near Forest City. The former Milwee Middle School, e.

The following academic year, —73, all Lyman students returned to the main campus. That same year, Lake Brantley High School was established with 9th and 10th grade students, using the former Milwee- cum -Lyman "satellite campus" until its permanent facility in Forest City was completed in mid Lyman's last "3 year program" grades class graduated in and its first "4 year program" grades class graduated in The class was also Lyman's then-largest ever graduating class at that time, numbering over students.

It was also the last graduating class whose population contained students from nearly all of South Seminole County, to include the entire catchment area for Lake Brantley High School, the entire catchment areas for the later constructed Lake Howell High School and major portions of the catchment areas for the later constructed Lake Mary High School and Winter Springs High School. Henley also developed one of the most highly technological high schools in the state, as well as the institution of the double-period schedule for students, a dropout prevention program, a staff development program for teachers, and provided leadership for the development of the most comprehensive athletic facility of any high school in the state.

In , he was named Florida Principal of the Year. Principal Henley retired in after more than 30 years at the helm of Lyman High School. The end of the Henley years had ushered in a new era for Lyman.

Lyman High School houses a magnet program called the Institute for Engineering, having an engineering emphasis on mathematics and science. It is an academic and technology related program designed to prepare students for advanced educational and job related experiences in fields related to engineering. Each student that wishes to "graduate" from The Institute for Engineering must complete a hour internship at a selected site coinciding with their specialization.

Within the Institute for Engineering there are five areas of specialization: During the freshman year, students take an introduction to engineering class IED. Their sophomore year they have to take at least one specialized class, though they can take these any other year as well aerospace, civil, biotech, modeling, robotics. Their junior year they take principles of engineering, a more math based class that focuses on application of equations and light programming.

Their senior year they take a project based class where students group up and design, research, and prototype a new invention that they come up with. The school competes in Division 6A and offers programs for both, boys and girls and includes freshman, junior varsity, and varsity sports.

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