How To Bibliography Osceola School District

The District Summary Budget is the adopted budget that is submitted to the Department by Florida school districts. The budget document provides millage levies, estimated revenues detailed by federal, state, and local sources, and estimated expenditures detailed by function (the purpose of an expenditure) and object (what was purchased or the service obtained). The data is displayed by fund type, including general fund, special revenue funds, debt service funds, capital projects funds, permanent fund, enterprise funds, and internal service funds.

References: Sections 200.065, 1011.01(3), and 1011.64, Florida Statutes; SBE Rule 6A-1.0071, Florida Administrative Code (FAC).

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School District of Osceola County, Florida
817 Bill Beck Blvd.
Kissimmee, Florida34744
United States
School typePublic
SuperintendentDr. Debra Pace (as of 2016-)
Teaching staff3,690 (as of 2016-17)[1]
Enrollment61,736 (as of 2016-17)[1]
Student to teacher ratio16.73 (as of 2016-17)[1]

The School District of Osceola County, Florida is a school district serving all of Osceola County, Florida. As of the 2011-12 school year, the district had 71 schools.[1] The district has its headquarters in an unincorporated area.[2][3]


The school opened in January, 1975. There was only one other middle school in Kissimmee at the time. It was called Beaumont Middle School and students began the year at that one in August 1974. Student volunteers helped ready the school for opening the first day back from Christmas break.


Elementary schools[edit]

  • Boggy Creek Elementary School
  • Celebration School (K-8)
  • Central Avenue Elementary School
  • Chestnut Elementary School for Science and Engineering
  • Cypress Elementary School
  • Deerwood Elementary School
  • East Lake Elementary School
  • Flora Ridge Elementary School
  • Harmony Community School (PreK-8)
  • Hickory Tree Elementary School
  • Highlands Elementary School
  • Kissimmee Elementary School
  • Koa Elementary School
  • Lakeview Elementary School
  • Michigan Avenue Elementary School
  • Mill Creek Elementary School
  • Narcoossee Elementary School
  • Neptune Elementary School
  • Partin Settlement Elementary School
  • Pleasant Hill Elementary School
  • Poinciana Academy of Fine Arts
  • Reedy Creek Elementary School
  • St. Cloud Elementary School
  • Sunrise Elementary School
  • Thacker Avenue Elementary for International Studies
  • Ventura Elementary School

Middle schools[edit]

Multilevel schools[edit]

  • Celebration School (K-8)
  • Harmony Community School (PreK-8)
  • Osceola County School For The Arts (6-12)
  • Osceola Virtual School (K-8)
  • Osceola Virtual Secondary School (6-12)
  • Westside K-8 School

High schools[edit]

Charter schools[edit]

  • Acclaim Academy Charter School (7-12)
  • Bellalago Charter Academy (K-8)
  • Canoe Creek Charter Academy School (K-8)
  • Florida Virtual Academy at Osceola County (K-9)
  • Four Corners Charter Elementary School (K-5)
  • Four Corners Upper School (6-11)
  • iVirtual League Academy (6-11)
  • Kissimmee Charter Academy School (PreK-8)
  • Mavericks High School (Ages 15 – 21)
  • New Dimensions High School
  • P.M. Wells Charter Academy School (K-8)
  • Renaissance Charter School at Poinciana (K-8)
  • UCP Child Development Center (Birth - 5 years)

Alternative programs[edit]

  • Challenger Learning Center
  • New Beginnings Education Center
  • Oasis Residential Center
  • Osceola Regional Juvenile Commitment Facility
  • Zenith School

Adult education[edit]

Virtual schools[edit]

  • Osceola Virtual School (K-8)
  • Osceola Virtual Secondary School (6-12)
  • Florida Virtual Academy at Osceola County (K-9)
  • iVirtual League Academy (6-11)


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