of Plato Academy Seminole
Plato, the great, ancient Greek Philosopher, and our school’s namesake said, “Ideas are the source of all things.” Good ideas lead to good actions.
We believe in helping students achieve their fullest potential and aim to have all our actions lead toward that goal. We think we achieve that goal in many different ways every single day. The result is that Plato Academy Seminole parents, students, teachers, and community members focus their energy toward a common goal.
All students, from kindergarten to 7th grade have their own Ipad loaded with powerful apps for use at school and at home. Our 8th-grade students have their own laptops. Teachers and students use Smart Boards in every classroom. Students report the news to each other from a brand new school-based TV station. There is a lot of excitement happening at Plato Academy Seminole. Come see what all the buzz is about!
“Plato Academy has music, art, and Greek. Plato Academy is fun because bullying isn’t allowed here. My teacher is smart and very nice.”
“ I am writing to you to tell you that almost halfway through my 8th-grade year I realized what Plato Academy has taught me. Not only was it my home away from home for 8 wonderful years but going to school there every day prepared me for high school. I could never imagine growing up in a different school. I miss everything about Plato Academy and sometimes wish I was a student there.”
10888 126th Ave
Largo, FL 33778
School Grade: A
The mission of Plato Academy Charter Schools is to assist students in achieving their full potential by requiring and nurturing high academic and behavioral standards in a safe, supporting, challenging and enthusiastic environment fostered by a commitment and cooperative effort between the school, students, parents, and community.
Plato Academy Schools are all fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and schools as managed by AdvancED. SACS provides nationally recognized accreditation, the purpose of which is continuous school improvement focused on increasing student performance. To earn accreditation, schools must meet SACS CASI’s high standards, be evaluated by a team of professionals from outside the school and implement a continuous process of school improvement.