Lake County is located in Central Florida bordering Orange, Polk, Sumter, Marion, Seminole and Volusia Counties.
Lake County was named for it's large number of lakes and is part of the Central Highlands with rolling hills and an elevation of approximately 50 to 190 feet above sea level. Lake County is a step away from the big city and features small towns, relaxing atmosphere, and nature at it's best. The southeastern tip is part of the growing 4 corners area minutes away from Disney and Central Florida Attractions while the northwest borders the Ocala National Forest.
Lake County School District is the 19th largest public school district in the state of Florida. There are approximately 41,000 students across 50 different public schools that including traditional schools, charter schools, alternatives schools, and adult learning centers.
Beacon College is a Leesburg college for students who learn differently. Students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, ADHD, and other conditions can earn associates and bachelors degrees in programs that work for them.
Mission is to improve our quality of life in Lake County by providing coordination and funding for prevention and intervention programs for children, youth and families through collaborative, community-based services.
The Lake County Library System has 15 branches in Astor, Fruitland Park, Lady Lake, Howey-in-the-Hills, Minneola, Tavares, Mount Dora, Sorrento, Montverde, Leesburg, Groveland, Paisley, Umatilla, and 2 in Clermont.
Lake County welcomes outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy bird watching, sporting events, aquatic trails, and historical architecture from the seat of their bike. Let’s get a closer look at some of Lake County Parks and recreational service’s most alluring features.
Lake Square Mall is a large shopping center with lots of stores to choose from. It is also home to many dining and entertainment options including an AMC movie theater, indoor go-kart racing, and Via Entertainment, an arcade and bowling alley.
The State Theatre is a historic theater in Eustis which first opened in 1916 to show motion pictures. Today it is owned by the Bay Street Players, who turned the old movie theater into a thriving performing arts venue in the 1970s.
A taste of England right in Clermont, it's Friar Tuck! With English staples like shepherd's pie and traditional English breakfasts, this authentic spot is a taste of home for those who made the trip across the pond. Hard to find British snacks and sweets can also be purchased at their small gift shop section. Come enjoy great British fare at this unique shop that cooks the Queen's way.
The Windsor Rose Tea Room and Restaurant is a traditional British tea room that was established by Richard and Christine Annis in 1991. After many owners, Paul and Susan Goodale took over and are still in charge today. Their menu includes British and American teas, treats, and meals. Paul and Susan Goodale pride themselves on the friendly and personal atmosphere they have created in their tea room. They also host events from time to time. Check their website or Facebook for more information.
For families homeschooling students age 11 to 18 and living in Central Florida, this teen only group includes activities, field trips, etc. will be geared toward the middle to high school level/age group.
We are a support group of homeschoolers in the Golden Triangle area of Lake County, Florida that meets regularly. We offer weekly park days, field trips, mom's night outs, and other events throughout the year. With over 200 families, we have all ages and homeschooling approaches represented in our group, although the highest concentration of students is lower middle school and younger.
If you are an "Unschooler" or a really relaxed homeschooler and you live in or around Lake County Florida then this is the group for you. Lets make this a place where we can come together to talk about the life that we choose, we respect our children and treat them like people, we don't believe in forced learning..."unschooling" affects every part of our live's not just the way our children learn.
A place where all Homeschoolers....(Unschooler, Child lead learning, School at homer, just learning about homeschooling), regardless of faith (or lack of), race, family status, or any other thing that can get into the way of support, can go to and feel as though they belong.
Support group to encourage home educating families in the task of teaching their children at home. We are open to any home schooling family needing support despite race, creed, or religion, though most of our members are Christians.