Sunlake High School

It's great to be a Sunlake Seahawk!

Dear Seahawks,

We hope you enjoyed your summer and we are excited to have you back! We want to welcome all of you back to school, in whatever format you have chosen to attend. Although there may be some changes to the way we do things, we continue to be dedicated to giving you the best experience that we can. This year, we are opening our new building, we have a new patio for dining and brand new tennis and basketball courts!

2020-2021 School Year

Upcoming Events

August 13 - New Seahawk Orientation (by appointment)

August 18 - Computer distribution for mySchool online students 8:30-11:30

August 19 - Virtual Orientation - get your schedules and pay your fees online!

August 20 - Senior pictures on campus (by appointment only)

August 24 - Classes begin at 7:20am for traditional school and mySchool online

Locker purchase will be available in the first week during lunches.

Parking tags will be available for purchase after the third week.

Virtual Registration

See the attached information for more on this year's virtual registration. This will be on August 19th from the comfort of your home.

Computer Distribution

If you are signed up for mySchool Online and need a computer, you can pick one up at Sunlake on Tuesday, August 18th, between 8:30 and 11:30. Drive down the parent drop-off lane on the south side of the building, going toward the cafeteria. About half way down the car loop, you will see a sign asking you to text your student’s name to a phone number. After you have texted your student’s name to us, proceed down the car loop to the side of the cafeteria. A staff member will bring a computer to your vehicle along with the check-out form for you to sign.

Creating a parent portal account

See the linked document for instructions for creating a parent portal account. You will need this access to see schedules, check grades, and pay fees.

Emergency Cards

Emergency Cards will only be digital for the 2020-2021 school year. Please make sure to update your emergency information as you login to myStudent for the first time this year.

Reopening Sunlake High School

Pasco County School Reopening Guide

Please stay tuned to the Pasco County Schools ReOpening Website. This site is constantly updated by our District with all of the latest information regarding the reopening of schools. CLICK HERE FOR A DIRECT LINK TO THE REOPENING WEBSITE!

Hallway Guidelines

Social distancing is expected at ALL TIMES.

When walking in the hallways and courtyards, you will always stay to the right. Middle hallways will now be one-way. There will be signs indicating which way traffic is flowing. You may use the planters in the courtyards as traffic circles. Please be respectful of your peers and keep your distance.

Planters in the courtyards will be used as roundabouts. Follow the arrow signs in the planters to determine the direction of the traffic.

Mask Requirement

Our school district requires that all students, staff, and visitors wear masks or face coverings when on a school campus or other school district property in the fall. In this video, Superintendent Browning explains the reasoning behind the decision.

The proposed rule describes what qualifies as a mask or face covering and under what circumstances the mask can be removed.

A summary of the proposed rule can be found here.

Sunlake High School Bell Schedules

Daily Bell Schedule

Period 1: 7:20-8:14

Period 2: 8:19-9:13

Period 3: 9:18-10:12

Period 4: 10:17-11:12

Period 5: 11:17-12:12

Period 6: 12: 17-1:12

Period 7: 1:17-2:12

Wednesday Bell Schedule

Period 1: 7:20-8:09

Period 2: 8:14-9:03

XL: 9:08-9:38

Period 3: 9:43-10:32

Period 4: 10:37-11:27

Period 5: 11:32-12:22

Period 6: 12:27-1:17

Period 7: 1:22-2:12

myLearning and mySchool Online

My School Online

Whenever you login to your myLearning, do these 4 things in order to be successful!

How to create a parent or observer account in myLearning:

Pasco Eschool observer directions:

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Breakfast Guidelines

Students will not be able to eat breakfast in the cafeteria. They can pick up their breakfast from the cafeteria lines or the carts located on the campus, and eat in their first period classrooms.

Lunch Guidelines

Students will have an option to sit inside the cafeteria (on seats without stickers - every other seat), outside at the tables on either patio (one student per bench). If you eat lunch in your classroom, you will be assigned a seat and must have a pass to the classroom in order to leave the cafeteria. All students need to remain seated throughout lunch and when eating. If you are not eating, you are required to wear your mask.

Free/Reduced Lunch Information

The Free and Reduced Meal Application for the 2020-2021 school year is now available online at If you are unsure if you qualify, you can also review the income eligibility guidelines on our website.

Please only submit one application per household and include everyone who lives at that address.

The income provided on the application should be your gross income, before any taxes or deductions are taken out. All income for everyone on the application must be included. Income includes earnings from work, unemployment, social security, disability, pension, and any other form of pay you receive.

If you received a letter that one or more of your students were directly certified for free meals, please do not complete an application. If you did not receive a letter for all of your students, please contact us following the instructions on the letter so that we can extend benefits to the other students.

If you have chosen Option #2, MySchoolOnline, you can still complete an application for your students. We are working on a program to provide meals for parent pickup for MySchoolOnline students. We will provide qualifying families details when they are finalized.

Students choosing Option #3, Florida Virtual School, Pasco eSchool, or Homeschooling are not eligible to receive meal benefits. If there is a student in your home attending one of these schools, please include them at the bottom of the application with other household members and put only students attending brick and mortar schools or MySchoolOnline in the top portion of the application.

If you have questions, please email us at

Transportation Information

Click the link below for transportation information for the year.
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