Our mission is to provide an Adventist education that promotes academic excellence and nurtures a love of God and service to others.
Mastering the basics of education enhances all aspects of life. For success in academics and in daily living, students need to read well, write correctly, and have thoroughly mastered the fundamentals of mathematics.
Beyond this foundation, students need to develop skills in creative and critical thinking, competence in a wide variety of academic subjects, an appreciation for the arts, and a sense of the importance of exercising the body as well as the mind.
Excellence in education embraces more than just a strong academic program. It also upholds the Bible as God’s Word, recognizes the dignity of every person, and provides an environment where Christian principles are both taught and modeled – in the classroom, school office and boardroom.
All students deserve to be challenged to achieve their full potential. The school’s combination of academic excellence and Christian emphasis is designed to develop well-educated and morally responsible citizens.
Forest Lake Education Center, (FLEC), founded in 1929, is a private, non-profit pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade Christian school. It is sponsored and supported by the Florida Conference and six local Seventh-day Adventist constituent churches. Therefore, FLEC supports the beliefs, standards and ideals of its church. Its educational program is approved by the Florida Conference, the Southern Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and recognized by the State of Florida. A board of directors elected from the constituent churches supervises its operations. The information on this page outlines FLEC’s policies, programs, regulations and requirements. The information included is, at the time of publication, an accurate presentation of the existing policies. However, the school board and administration reserve the right to update policies and/or requirements during the course of the school year without prior notice.