School Districts

Seminole County Schools

Seminole County Schools have been identified as one of the top 100 school districts in the nation with recognition since 1992 for being in the top 10%.  Seminole County High schools rank in the top 3% in the nation based on student enrollment in advanced placement and international baccalaureate programs. With regards to ratings, Seminole County School have 94% of schools rated A or B including 80% rated A.

Florida’s Education Commission has ranked 17 Seminole County Schools in the Florida Top High-Performing Schools according to highest points earned based on Florida’s school grading system. With more than $450 million spent on renovations and construction of new schools and $39 million on technology for schools, it’s easy to see why Seminole County Schools are among the nation’s best.


Orange County Schools

Orange County Public Schools received an A rating by the Florida Dept of Education with 141 high performing A and B schools with 13 high schools making the Newsweek “2010 America’s Best” list.  Many schools in the district offer magnet programs aimed at increasing interest and achievement in many diverse subjects. Advanced Placement classes have seen a major increase in student enrollment.  Orange County Public Schools has 671 National Board Certified teachers, and 44% of teachers have an advanced degree, 40% have a master’s degree and 4% a specialist’s and doctorate degree.

 Lake County Public Schools

Lake County Public Schools achieved an A or B rating for 83% of their schools and are dedicated to work together with the community to provide a resource filled learning environment. The prestigious 5 star Award was received by 7 schools in Lake County. Their mission is to provide varied learning opportunities through a rigorous curriculum for all students needs.

Volusia County Schools

Volusia County Schools received an A rating for the second year in a row with 91.3% earning an A or a B. The Florida Department of Education awarded the Five Star School award to 52 Volusia County Schools and The Florida School Boards Association awarded Volusia County Schools the Innovative Technology in Education Award. All the teachers are state certified and about 45% of them hold masters degrees, doctorate degrees or educational specialist degrees.  Volusia county schools earned once again, accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as a quality school system by increasing student achievement.

Osceola County Schools 

Osceola was one of only five school districts in the state to improve on all seven academic areas according to the 2014 FCAT. Osceola is the only Central Florida school district with no schools on the Florida Department of Education’s lowest performing school list. Osceola's English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Programs are recognized throughout the state for their effectiveness and support of the county’s diverse student population. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs are expanding and the district is piloting the state’s first mobile STEM lab, thanks to more than $3 million in grants and donations. The Osceola County School District is a formidable economic engine in the Central Florida area. Osceola’s future economic growth and increased prosperity are assured with the new Medical City on its northern border, Walt Disney World and other attractions to the west, and the Florida Advanced Manufacturing Center, a new high-tech manufacturing facility, in the heart of the county. There exists strong community involvement, collaboration, and support for public education throughout the county. Despite rapid growth, Osceola has been able to preserve its rural heritage, a trait desired by so many other communities. The Osceola County School District is poised to continually build on past successes and to realize educational possibilities that reflect the highest of expectations for all students.

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