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Student Internship Program

This is an opportunity for LCS students to earn volunteer hours, learn new skills, and help support their teachers.

The Cynthia Schumacher Scholarship Award: Scholarship for LCEA members' children and grandchildren


The application for the Cynthia Schumacher Scholarship Award is available to Lake County High School seniors who plan to enroll in a post-secondary school. LCEA may award up to four $1,000 Cynthia Schumacher scholarships. If you have a student, who is interested in applying and who has an LCEA member as a parent/grandparent, please encourage them to obtain an application form and return the completed forms to the LCEA office prior to the final deadline (The first Tuesday in March each year).


Application forms are available through the link above or Lake County High School Guidance Counselors, Lake County  Education Association Office, or to receive & send a copy of the Scholarship form on paper please e-mail our office manager at

Applications are due March 5, 2024


2023 Scholarships Winners:

Kendra Ferguson from South Lake High School

Emily Westphal from South Lake High School

Colin Balderson from Eustis High School


Past Scholarship Recipients:

  • 2021 - 2022: Hunter Lanktree from Mt.Dora High and Jordyn Tarquine from East Ridge High

  • 2020 - 2021: Annelise Baltunis, Leesburg High School: Attending University of South Florida, Tampa Campus studying Sports Medicine; Cayla Colbert, Eustis High School: Attending Lake Sumter studying Pharmacy, Conner Tierce, Eustis High School: Attending University of Central Florida studying Civil Engineering

  • 2019 - 2020: Craig Yox and Noah Burry

  • 2018 - 2019: Cynthia Lolley - Eustis High, Alana Roberts -  Tavares High, Liam Perna - Leesburg High, Samuel Miller - Umatilla High, Tyler Herman - East Ridge High 

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Kathy Smith, President of LCEA, Barbara Stout's sister, Ms. Kornhaus, and Triangle Elementary Teacher, Mr. Piano gave books to each kindergarten student at Triangle Elementary today as well as to the first grade students who did not get a free book last year due to COVID. Read more about the joint LCEA and Ed Foundation Barbara Stout Angel Books project: CLICK HERE

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