Career Academies in Haines City


Academy of Children's and Educational Studies

Haines City High School


Phone:  (863) 421-3281

2800 Hornet Drive
Haines City, FL  33844

ACES provides experience and specialized instruction for students interested in working with children. Students help operate a program which provides care for children from 12 weeks to 5 years of age, giving the high school students hands-on experience with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The program also gives students the opportunity to interact with children on a daily basis, allowing them to discover if they are suited for a career in working with children.


Academy of Media Production

Haines City High School


Phone:  (863) 421-3281

2800 Hornet Drive
Haines City, FL  33844

Digital Design Track This program offers skills needed to prepare for further education and careers such as an Assistant Web Designer, a Web Designer, and Senior Web Designer in the Information Technology career cluster. Web Development Track This program offers to prepare for further education and careers in the Arts, A/V Technology and Communication career cluster. It provides technical skills and occupation-specific skills with knowledge of all aspects of the Arts, A/V Technology and Communication career cluster.


Environmental Agriculture and Technology Academy

Haines City High School


Phone:  (863) 421-3281

2800 Hornet Drive
Haines City, FL  33844

This nationally accredited academy offers a unique opportunity to work with animals, promote environmental stewardship, and gain career experience. EATA offers two career technical education tracks; Animal Science and Aquaculture. Animal Science allows students to actively care for and interact with a plethora of animals: emus, horses, rabbits, chickens, cattle, pigs and alpacas. These interactions will encourge students to learn the technical side of agriculture and the skills that come with it. The second track, Aquaculture, creates an experience that combines fish husbandry with aquatic plant production. Students will combine technology and hard work to create a product that can be sold to the public/industry. Florida is the industry leader in ornamental fish production. This track helps students learn skills necessary to enter and advance this industry. EATA will always strive to introduce, educate and prepare students for a career in agriculture and related industries.