The School District of Osceola County is proud to announce that the 2017-2018 high school graduation rate has risen to 89.3%, an increase of 3% points over last year. The district’s graduation rate remains above the state average, and ranks 14th out of 67 counties, third in the Central Florida region. In addition, graduation rates for Hispanic, Black, English Language Learners, and Exceptional Education students increased as well, evidence of the district’s commitment to serving all students with excellence.
“I am proud of the great work that our principals and teachers do to prepare our students for a successful future,” said Superintendent Dr. Debra Pace. “Starting with our littlest learners all the way up to our seniors who will be proudly wearing a cap and gown, every child in our public schools deserves to be challenged in engaging, rigorous, and relevant academics to ensure that they are college and career-ready. In the Osceola School District, we believe in providing every child with every chance every day.”