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Nease's Career Academies

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Academy Application Season Is Almost Here!

Middle School Blitz AssembliesPine Island Academy: December 1st // Valley Ridge Academy: December 4th // Palm Valley Academy: December 4th
High School Showcase — December 13th,  3:30 – 7 pm World Golf Village Convention Center
Nease Academy Open House — January 25th,  School Tours: 5:30 pm  // General Information Session: 6 pm // Breakout Sessions: 6:40 – 6:55 pm and 7:00 – 7:15 pm

The Academy Application window opens January 4th, and closes January 31st.  Students currently in St. Johns County School District public schools can apply via their HAC account. St. Johns County residents, who are rising 9th or 10th graders but not enrolled in a district public school, can complete a district pre-registration and then submit an application. 

Get more information on the application process here:

Want to learn more about additional Nease’s Programs of Choice? 

International Baccalaureate Program:         

Naval JROTC Program

For more information on Nease’s Career Academy Programs: 

Jaime Combs, Academy Coordinator         

 904-547-8306  or [email protected]

Learn more about the Career Academies throughout St. Johns County High Schools here: 

High School Career Academies

Allen D. Nease High School, as part of the St. Johns County School District, offers the following career and technical programs, including career academies wherein students may earn industry certification: The Stellar Academy of Engineering, The Communications Academy, The Academy of Hospitality & Tourism, NJROTC and the International Baccalaureate Program.

The district prohibits discrimination in the terms and conditions of employment, and in access to educational programs and activities, and prohibits harassment of any individual or group on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or genetic information (and other protected classes included in the district’s nondiscrimination policies).

Lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation. The district may assess each student’s ability to benefit from specific programs through placement tests and counseling, and, if necessary, will provide services or referrals to better prepare students for successful participation.