Doctor Donnelyn Khourie – Superintendent
Phillip German – Director of Operations/Interim Principal
Simone Tillman – Human Resources Department
Erin Askew – English Department Head/Guidance Department
Christie Cameron – Math Department Head/Guidance Department
Christopher Olsen – History Department Head
Aylen Brancacho – Science Department Head
English Department – Maurice Reid, Feonia Terralonge, Nadia Albury
Mathematics Department – Kimberly Skulski,
Science Department – Jaleesa White, Kadisha Brown
History Department – Daphney Harrison, Tiffany Owens
Electives – Joshua Hood, Brian Lewis, Sierra Horne, Dennis Grim, Emelyn Rivera, Jasmine Kelly
“The mission of Synergy School of Tomorrow is to provide an excellent education for all students, in a safe faith-based environment.”
Our mandate is to develop a learning environment that targets the heart and soul of every student by tapping into their God endowed gifts and talents through pathway options, as well as, exposing them to a unique style of blended classes, and to inspire them to demonstrate their faith-based values.
Synergy School of Tomorrow’s vision is to produce students who are fully devoted followers of God, who are fully prepared to enter the workforce and/or college as productive and successful members of society. Synergy is committed to provide various opportunities for student achievement through certifications, dual enrollment, apprenticeship training and, clinical/hands-on simulations. Synergy recognizes that every student learns differently; therefore, we offer two distinctive educational pathways, which includes vocational training and/or college preparatory.
Synergy School of Tomorrow will closely monitor the recommendations and the guidelines of the CDC, and we will also closely monitor the safety protocols and procedures of St. Lucie County Schools. Currently, all students are to return to face-to-face instruction, and masks will remain an option for parents and children. Accommodations for virtual instruction will be made for students who may be required to quarantine.
Daily attendance is recorded by the teacher. For a student to be considered at school all day, the student MUST be in school until 11:30am. Accurate documentation is necessary for student records; therefore, it is very important that attendance procedures are followed. Middle and high school teachers must take attendance in every class and notify the office of any discrepancies. The official daily attendance will be taken during Homeroom. For dual enrollment high school students, the first scheduled period of the day on campus will be used to determine daily attendance. Secondary attendance must also be taken daily by class period.
Synergy utilizes three different curriculums depending on the student’s grade and learning style. Students in grades K-5 use the ABeka curriculum, Bob Jones Curriculum, or Christian Light curriculum for special educational plan needs. Students in 6- 12th grade use the Abeka curriculum, Bob Jones, and other Locally Developed Courses that meet the Florida Department of Education Standards including but not limited to: Florida Virtual School and Indian River State College courses. Home Educated students may use the above, or a curriculum of choice pre-approved by the administration of Synergy.
Students MUST wear:
Be covered from shoulders to knees
Students Must NOT Wear:
For over 20 years, we have provided a unique and individualized program. Each student at Synergy and FSCA is given the opportunity to shine in areas in which he or she is passionately called to, and also to develop greater competence and self-reliance in areas that may pose academic challenges.
Our goal is to develop a lifelong love of learning within our students and encourage them to think deeply and embrace the challenges that lie ahead. By using a more holistic approach, we are able to nurture and admonish the whole student, spirit, soul and body.
As a pastor, I hope to encourage and train up our students in The Word of God and to inspire them to know God personally.
As a parent, I impart some of the same lessons to my children at home. We want our students—and our children—to learn and push themselves in a safe faith-based environment that respects the process of growth and maturation. We look forward to sharing our school and our unique style of instruction with you and your family.
Dr. Donnelyn Khourie – Superintendent