Osceola School District

  • The Osceola School District is located in the heart of Central Florida, and provides academic instruction, rigor, and support each school day to more than 72,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade in 60 schools.

    • The Osceola School District is in the heart of Central Florida, with 53 schools in Celebration, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Harmony, and Kenansville.

    • The district has 25 elementary schools, 9 middle schools, 10 high schools, 7 multi-level schools, 2 adult education schools, and 26 charter schools.

    • The Osceola School District is a fast-growing district, with over 69,000 students currently enrolled.

    • Osceola students represent over 100 different countries and speak over 100 different languages. Student demographics can be found here.

    • Osceola School District’s 2018-2019 high school graduation rate rose to an all-time high of 90%, an increase of 0.7% points over last year.  The district's graduation rate remains above the state average of 86.9%, and ranks 14th out of 67 counties, second highest in the Central Florida region behind Seminole County.  In addition, graduation rates for Hispanic students, English Language Learners, Exceptional Education students, student with disabilities, Families in Transition students, and free and reduced lunch students all increased, evidence of the district's commitment to giving every child, every chance, every day.

    • Osceola continues to be in compliance with Florida’s class-size amendment with the maximum number of students in core classes being at:
        o 18 students in prekindergarten through Grade 3;
        o 22 students in Grades 4 through 8; and
        o 25 students in Grades 9 through 12.

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  • The Osceola School District will work in partnership with families and the community to ensure all learners develop the essential knowledge and skills to strengthen our thriving community. 


    Inspiring all learners to reach their highest potential as responsible, productive citizens.