South Lake High School is located in beautiful and historic Groveland, Florida, thirty miles west of Orlando. The school opened in 1993, combining Clermont and Groveland High Schools, and has since grown from a population of 1,100 students in its first year to around 2,200 students today. Our students come from Clermont, Groveland, Mascotte, Minneola, and the surrounding areas. Our award-winning band program consists of the Screaming Eagle Regiment, Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Studio Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Lab Band, Jazz Combos, Chamber Ensembles, and our Indoor Guard Ensemble. We perform several concerts each year at South Lake High School and our partner schools, as well as some public community concerts, and various competitive venues throughout the State of Florida. We also perform at several South Lake High School athletic and school-sponsored events as well. We utilize music performance to educate our students about culture, quality standards, organization, time management, leadership skills, and social skills through each of our outstanding ensembles.




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