VPK Services for 3-4 year olds
The Right Way
Elementary Classes K-5th grades
High School: Helping students be ready for college and life.
in Our School
Elementary Students 1st – 5th Grades
Some of our classes
Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Grammar, Spelling, Bible, Reading and
Physical Education. Visual Arts, American Sign Language (Introduction), Music Lessons
Middle School Students 6th – 8th Grade
Some of our classes
Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science, Grammar, Spelling, Reading and
Physical Education. Geography, Government, Jesus’ Disciples, Life Skills and Critical Thinking.
High School Students 9th – 12th Grade
APBS students can benefit from our partnership with the fallowing universities:
Valencia College Dual Enrollment Program
Sistema Universitario Ana G. Mendez and Keiser University
Preparing the leaders of tomorrow, today!
Azalea Park Baptist School is a private school that serves Preschool-12th Grade students and was founded in 1956. Our mission is to provided academic excellence with a Christ-centered focus. Our students learn using multiple curriculums: Abeka, Lifepac., Bob Jones along the Florida Sunshine State standards. The curriculum’s emphasizes academic rigor and values.
APBS accepts multiple scholarships, (Mckay, Step up, AAA) and private students, for more information on how to apply contact the school office at 407-277-4056.
Day Care Service
Free VPK services are provided to qualifying students
Florida was one of the first states to offer free prekindergarten for all 4-year-olds regardless of family income. The Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Education Program prepares early learners for success in kindergarten. Children must live in Florida and be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 of the current school year to be eligible. APBS offers an all year program from 8-12pm. Parents have the option to pick up their kids at 12 pm or leave them longer, up to 6 pm for an additional fee. We also accept students with 4C benefits.
Recreation and Events
Azalea Park School is committed to the education, growth and development of each student. Within that commitment is the desire to connect students with their goals! We do this by monitoring them closely during their high school years. Our Principal Mrs. Ortega meets with each of the high school students to discuss their plans. Not all students are meant to go to college; but all students are meant to reach their maximum potential.
APBS works closely with several universities. Our students are encouraged to participate in our Dual Enrollment Programs or to consider a vocational school certification. A high school diploma is not the end but simply a tool to go to the next level. Our staff is dedicated to the mental and spiritual health of our students. APBS has a 100% graduation rate and until now all of our high school graduates have continue their education at the undergraduate level!
Please contact our Principal for help with college guidance, academic counseling and graduation requirements.