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

Demetria Faison

Alisa Grace
Assistant Principal

Dr. Tonya Manderville
Assistant Principal

Student Services

Dr. Barbara Ray
Media Specialist

Cathy Alper
Career Specialist

US News and World Report Best High Schools Silver 2015

Most Connecte Classroom 2011


AP Boost Camp: Under Construction

Come construct your AP skills with us this summer! July 18th, 19th, and 20th

July 18th and 19th Schedule
8 - 9 Team Building
9 - 10 Skills (Tuesday Time Management and Wednesday Study Skills)
10 - 11 Break Out Sessions with Content Area Teachers

July 20th
Field Trip: Place to be determined based on enrollment.
In order to go on the field trip, you must attend both July 18th and July 19th.
Other than the cost of lunch during the field trip, the boost camp is free.

Please sign up by February 28th

Drama Club
will meet every Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Dr. Unruh's room 1-232.

Reynolds Right Hands will meet in Ms. Barnes room 1-123 every Tuesday after school.


SCPS College Night
March 7th, 6:30 pm @ Lake Brantley High School Auditorium.  For SCPS Juniors and their parents where all 12 Florida Public Universities are represented by their admissions directors.

Crooms AOIT 5 Essentials Survey

Please complete the survey between 1/24 - 2/24.
The parent survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. All surveys must be completed in one sitting.
Parents may skip any questions they do not wish to answer; however, they must click Submit Survey once they have reached the end in order for their responses to be counted towards their schools response rate and included in the parent report. Surveys cannot be retrieved once submitted. For this reason, please take your time when responding to the survey.
To complete the Parent survey, please do the following:
§ Visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/florida and select Parent Survey.
§ Select the necessary language to complete the survey (English, Spanish or Haitian Creole).
§ Enter requested demographic information.
§ Advance to survey questions.
§ Answer all applicable questions.
§ Click Submit Survey.

2016-2017 SCPS District Assessment Calendar

SCPS District Assessment Calendar 2016-2017

Parking Information
If you have already purchased a parking permit, please see the bookkeeper for your decal. If you do not have a current 2016-17 decal, you are not allowed to park on school property. Your vehicle can be towed at your own expense. Please see the Bookkeeper if you need an application for a parking permit.

Kona Ice - Wednesdays
Kona Ice will be on campus every Wednesday for an icy refreshment. See the truck in the front of the school

Athletic Physical Forms
Turn in all athletic physical forms to Ms. Webster in Student Services.

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. Also to create your account, you must use the web version of Canvas and not the mobile app. 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. Please fill out this brief survey about opportunities that are available which would allow you to be more involved with your child’s education. 

Spring Tutoring Schedule

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.