Our Mission

The mission of Crooms Academy of Information Technology is to provide innovative teaching and learning in a technology-enriched environment and to engage students in an academically challenging curriculum that prepares them for post-secondary education with industry-validated technology skills.





Vision Statement

To build a culture of excellence and success for every student.

Important Contacts

Administration

Dr. Brandon Hanshaw
Principal
407-320-5755

Mariette Herro
Assistant Principal
Grades 10 to 12
407-320-5786

Brittany Campbell
Assistant Principal
Grade 9
407-320-5702

Student Services
407-320-5754

Media Specialist
407-320-5751

Cathy Alper
Career Specialist
407-320-5749


Events

 

Become a Crooms Student: Apply Here Deadline is Dec. 1 for the 2020-2021 School Year

Interested in Touring Crooms?

Families and community members interested in learning more about Crooms Academy are welcome to tour our campus on Fridays from 9:15am - 10am.

For tours:  RSVP here.

 

Tutoring Schedule - Fall 2019

 

 

Day

Teacher

Time

Subject

Room

Tuesdays

Williams
RSVP Here

2:30-3:30

English

1-132

Tuesdays- 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 12/3, 12/10

Smith

2:30-3:30

Biology

1-223

Tuesdays- 10/3, 12/10

MacInnis

2:30-4:30

Chemistry

1-221

Tuesdays

Merlino

2:30-3:30

Java

1-224

Tuesdays- 9/3, 9/17, 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3, 12/10

Mr. Sanchez

2:30-3:30

Spanish II & Spanish III

1-214

Thursdays- Beginning 9/5

Pryde

2:30-3:30

Mathematics (All Subjects)

1-113

Friday

Babb

2:30-4:30

Study Skills, Reading, English

1-206

*Students may request additional tutoring dates/times by directly speaking with their teachers.

**Other tutoring opportunities will be provided throughout the year.

 

We will continue to update this schedule.

 

Hurricane Make Up Days

October 17th and 18th are STUDENT ATTENDANCE DAYS. We will use make up days #1 and #2 (October 17-18) as a result of Dorian. 

 

UPDATED- 1st 9 week Exam Schedule 2019

Athletic Department

Athletic Clearance:
All athletes must be cleared through the Athletic Department prior to conditioning, tryouts, open gyms or participation in a sport. 

Athletic packets are available at this websitehttps://tinyurl.com/sportpacket


 Academic Eligibility
Academic is a PRIORITY. Eligibility is determined by the FHSAA and Seminole County Public School Policy. Incoming freshmen are given one semester to bring or maintain a minimum 2.0 unweighted GPA. An unweighted GPA of 2.0 is required at the end of each semester to maintain or become eligible
 for athletics. Eligibility is governed by the FHSAA and the dates it imposes. 

Boys Basketball: Crooms Boys Basketball will host Open Gym starting 9/16/2019 @ 5pm in the Gymnasium, pleases have physicals completed and turned in to the athletic department before start date


Announcements

Gamers Club: Croomies are you a gamer? Join gamers club! Gamers club begins Wednesday September 11th during both lunches in Mr. Touheys room 1-213, join us to hear the club rules and sign up.


Bright Futures Applications are Open:

Seniors may visit the Bright futures website to fill out an application: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ssfad/bf/


Scholarship Opportunities

Juniors and Seniors! Please click here to see what scholarships are available for your choosing. 

 

 Quick Links

For more information on any of the following links contact Cathy Alper 407-320-5749

Business Advisory Council Registration

Internship Employer Registration
  

 Like Our Official Facebook Page Here

 Parking Permit Application

  

Parents - set up your eCampus login
Parents with your eCampus access, you can observe your child's courses from within the district's learning management system called eCampus. Before you create your account, you will need to know each of your children's user names and network passwords (Login: Student ID, Password: YYYYMMDD). Please see the attached directions

 

BAC/Parent Survey - Link

Parents, we need your help. Your talents and the relationships that you have within the business community can be so beneficial to our efforts in building a strong and unique high school program.

 

 


Our Beliefs

We believe that IT increases student learning and enhances student performance, and therefore should be incorporated into the entire curriculum.
• We believe that teachers have a responsibility to increase their knowledge and to enhance their curriculum with training in IT, to collaborate with peers, and utilize state of the art technology.
• We believe that we increase student achievement by providing consistent and frequent access to faculty and staff members for both parents and students.
• We believe parental involvement is a key to student success and that by providing parents with many opportunities for communication with and involvement in the school, we will improve the environment of the school and advance the mission.
• We believe that our curriculum and program are strengthened through our business partnerships due to the support we receive, which increases student achievement.