Mission of the Osceola County School District:
Inspiring all learners to reach their highest potential as responsible, productive citizens.
The School District of Osceola County will work in partnership with families and the community to ensure all learners develop the essential knowledge and skills to strengthen our thriving community.
District Quick Facts:
• Osceola is the only Central Florida school district with no schools on the Florida
Department of Education’s lowest performing school list.
• Osceola currently has no “D” or “F” schools (excluding charters).
• Osceola’s graduation rate continues to be above the state average.
• 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
• STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs are expanding and the
district has the nation’s first mobile STEM Lab.
• 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.
• The district operated under a balanced budget for the 2015-2016.
• To find out more about the Osceola School District, visit our online District Showcase page click here.
• Number of schools within the district: 52
• Number of students: 61,736
• Dropout rate: 0.8%
• Graduation rate: 81%
• Annual budget (Operating): $492,483,079
• Total cost per student per year: $7,809.38
• Number of languages our students speak: 100
• Number of countries our students represent: 100