Lake Howell High School

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Lake Howell High School
Address
4200 Dike Rd
Winter Park, Florida 32792
United States
Coordinates 28°38′14″N 81°16′23″W / 28.63722°N 81.27306°W / 28.63722; -81.27306Coordinates: 28°38′14″N 81°16′23″W / 28.63722°N 81.27306°W / 28.63722; -81.27306
Information
Type Public
Motto "High Expectations = High Achievements"
Established 1975
School district Seminole County Public Schools
Principal Frank Casillo
Faculty 115
Enrollment 2355 (approx.)
Color(s) Silver           Navy Blue
Mascot Silver Hawks
Rivals Winter Springs High School, Oviedo High School (historical)
Newspaper InFlight
Website

Lake Howell High School is a comprehensive four-year high school located in Central Florida, USA. The school is geographically located within Seminole County, near Winter Springs and Oviedo, despite its mailing address of Winter Park, Florida, which is in Orange County.

Band[edit]

The Lake Howell High School Marching Band is better known as the Silver Regiment. The marching band consists of the Color Guard, Percussion and Wind Ensembles, the Jazz Band and Symphonic Band.

Theater[edit]

Lake Howell Theater Company is chapter of the International Thespian Society and is a part of District Three Thespians, encompassing Flagler, Lake, Seminole and Volusia counties. The Lake Howell Theater Company and Thespian Troupe 4937 produce about 8 shows a year- typically a Fall drama and a Spring musical along with 6 student directed shows. Student members of Thespian Troupe 4937 annually attend the District 3 Thespian Festival and Florida State Thespian Festival, held every Winter and Spring, respectively. In the past Thespian Troupe 4937 has competed in both the district one act and state main stage competitions.

Student life[edit]

List of student sports[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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