The Osceola School Board is committed to the safety and security of all students, staff, and visitors. The Osceola School District has detailed comprehensive safety and emergency plans for every site, and all schools regularly conduct various drills, such as fire drills, severe weather drills, and intruder drills, to prepare students for an emergency.
The Osceola School District is committed to engaging all stakeholders in the education of our children. Only when we build strong relationships with our staff, students, families and community members can we best meet the needs of each and every student.
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Through Osceola Prosper, you can go to Valencia College to earn an Associate in Arts (A.A.) or Associate in Science (A.S.) degree or complete one Valencia College Accelerated Skills Training or Technical Certificate program. You may also choose to enroll in a program at Osceola Technical College (oTECH).
Congratulations to Chief Information and Technology Officer Peter Thorne for being a Finalist in the Florida ORBIE Awards in the Education category!
Welcome to Celebration High School, Home of the Storm! I am the proud Principal of Celebration High School and I look forward to serving our community again for the 2023-2024 school year.
At Celebration High School we are truly fortunate to have many great academic programs, visual and performing arts programs, student clubs and organizations, athletic teams, and an Air Force JROTC program. We are also a fully authorized International Baccalaureate (IB) World School.
Our goal is to see all of our students be successful in high school and graduate. We also work tirelessly to ensure that our students also successfully create a plan for after high school, whether it’s enroll, enlist, employ, or explore. We know that our responsibility is to help prepare them for life after high school and our wonderful teachers are committed to helping them along their individual paths.
So again, welcome to Celebration High School! We hope that each student’s time here helps them reach their fullest potential and we look forward to working collaboratively with our family and community members again this year! Please check out our website for lots of wonderful information about our school. If you have questions, please be sure to contact us.
Christopher Todd, Principal
Celebration High School
Celebration High School is a challenging and rigorous educational learning community that is dedicated to the preparation of students to be life-long learners and contributing members in a rapidly changing world.
A comprehensive, standards-based course of study with a personalized approach, will provide the students of Celebration High School the opportunity to:
- Graduate with a certified Florida High School Diploma.
- Have the skills to effectively read, write, compute, communicate and use technology.
- Gather, analyze, synthesize and use information for a variety of purposes.
- Be creative, problem-solving decision makers who can interact cooperatively with others in any environment.
- Engage in a rich elective program designed to meet the individual interests of students.
- Enhance one's self-esteem by engaging in a learning community that is caring for all of its members.
Community members will be invited and given opportunities, when possible, to be a part of the learning community.
School Mascot: Stormy
School Colors: Purple and Silver
CHS strives to recognize and encourage each student to rise to a performance level of their highest ability. CHS offers a wide variety of core classes to our students - ranging from language development and intensive classes to acceleration classes through our AP, DE, & IB programs. Elective offerings include AFJROTC, art, AVID, CTE, dance, debate, drama, journalism, music, PE, and world languages.
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