Welcome to Allen D. Nease High School
The mission of Allen D. Nease High School of Ponte Vedra, Florida, is to inspire all students to be globally-minded and socially responsible life-long learners by providing a rigorous and differentiated curriculum in a safe and nurturing environment.
Office hours are from 8:30 am - 4:45 pm, Monday – Friday
New Student Information
New families should register on the St. Johns County School District website, prior to scheduling a guidance appointment. All students are required to fill out these forms when applying. Once forms are complete, our guidance secretary will contact you to schedule an appointment with a school counselor. To reach guidance, the direct number is (904) 547-8321.
Welcome to 9th Grade Presentation
2023-2024 Registration Information
10-12th Grade Registration Presentation– Mrs. Kunze
9th Grade Registration Presentation– Mrs. Kunze
2023-2024 Course Catalog
Scheduling Guidelines: Current 8th, 9th, 10th & 11th
Elective Options: 9th, 10th-12th
Course Change Request Link
2023-2024 Subject Area Progressions
IB, Academies, Math Part 1 & Part 2, Science, History, English, World Language, Theater, 2D Art, 3D Art, Band, Computer Science, Chorus, Journalism
All forms can be obtained from your School Counselor
CO-OP Form-Upload Link– Due July 17th
On-Campus Internship Application – Due March 10th
8th Grade Registration Meetings- Zoom Links
(Click the Last Name Below corresponding to your Registration sheet)
Jordan, Place, Combs, Kennedy, Wuellner, Johnson, Kunze
Parent Resources To Assist Students
The district has made Year-at-a-Glance Pacing Guides for all grade levels available for view or downloading. You can find them, as well as the Parent Resource Guide and Student Progression Plan, here.
You can find the District ELL Plan here.
Use of Service Animals by Individuals with Disabilities information can be found here.
School District News
- Second Quarter / First Semester Ends on December 21, 2023
- All schools will be dismissed 1 hour early on December 21, 2023
- Winter Break – Student / Teacher Holiday on December 22, 2023
- Teacher Planning Day – Student Holiday on January 4, 2024
- Teacher Inservice Day – Student Holiday on January 5, 2024
- Classes Resume for Students / Second Semester Begins on January 8, 2024
- Martin Luther King Day – Student / Teacher Holiday on January 15, 2024
- Report Cards Issued on January 17, 2024
- Interims Issued on February 6, 2024
- Presidents Day – Student / Teacher Holiday on February 19, 2024
- Third Quarter Ends on March 8, 2024
- Spring Break – Student / Teacher Holiday on March 11, 2024
- Teacher Planning Day – Student Holiday on March 18, 2024
- Classes Resume for Students on March 19, 2024
- Report Cards Issued on March 22, 2024
- Holiday – Student / Teacher Holiday on March 29, 2024
- Student / Teacher Holiday on April 19, 2024
- Interims Issued on April 23, 2024
- Last Day for Students / Fourth Quarter Ends on May 24, 2024
- All schools will be dismissed 1 hour early on May 24, 2024
Instructional Materials Adoption Update
The adoption review of Social Studies resources for the St. Johns County School District has ended. Resources that were selected by adoption committees for submission to the School Board for adoption consideration are available online. All selected resources have been approved and adopted by the Florida Department of Education. Updates will be posted when appropriate.
Some print materials may be available for review. If you would like access to the available printed materials or require assistance reviewing the online resources, please call the Instructional Resources and Media Services office at 904.547.3947. Materials are available for review from 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM when district offices are open.
For more information about the textbook adoption process, please visit the Florida Department of Education Instructional Materials web page.
"Strategies Parents and Caregivers Can Implement to Address Anxiety Related Symptoms in Their Students" Online Discussion on December 5
Please join us on December 3, 2023, from 6pm to 7:30pm for a virtual discussion titled "Strategies Parents and Caregivers Can Implement to Address Anxiety Related Symptoms in Their Students." The discussion will be presented by guest speaker Marlena Jenkins.
FortifyFL is a website and app developed at the direction of the Florida Legislature. Any student, educator, parent or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or getfortifyfl.com.
For the safety of the students and staff at Allen D. Nease High School, St. Johns County School District has a policy where all visitors must complete a volunteer online school access form which is good for three years. When doing so you are agreeing to a criminal background check and a sexual offender check. You are also agreeing to abide by the policies and procedures of the St. Johns County School Board and its facilities while volunteering. The process can take two – six weeks to process your form.
The following link will direct you to the online form. The form will take approximately 3 minutes to complete. School Access Form
Nease High School is a closed campus. Visitors to our campus are required to check in at the front office. When you arrive on campus you will be asked to present your I.D. The three forms of acceptable ID’s are a Drivers License, a State I.D. and a Passport.