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Nease's Career Academies

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Academy Applications for 2024-25

As of the summer break, we are no longer able to accept New Student Applications for Academies/Programs of Interest at Nease High School. If your student is going to be a 9th grader for the 2024-25 school year, the application window for their 10th grade year will open in January 2025.  At that time, students can submit an application for any program they are interested in.  If accepted via the lottery process in February 2025, the student will start that Academy program in the 2025-26 school year. Students who will be Juniors or Seniors in the 2024-25 school year are not eligible to apply to a Career Academy/Program of Interest. You can reach to Nease’s Academy Coordinator, Jaime Combs, with questions. Over the summer, please be patient regarding reply emails: [email protected]



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.