The four K-12 school districts in the Orlando region – Lake County Schools, Orange County Public Schools, Osceola County School District and Seminole County Public Schools – are high-performing and award-winning with numerous accolades received including the Broad Prize for Urban Education (OCPS) and are routinely named to lists like “Most Connected,” “Best High School” and “Top of the Class.” Each district has innovative magnet programs as well as a focus on Advanced Placement and dual enrollment, STEM and robotics (as early as Kindergarten), unique arts schools and personalized learning approaches. A strong private school system is also available.
Orange County // Of the district’s high schools, 17 have been named “Top of the Class” by the Washington Post.
Seminole County // High schools ranked in the top 4 percent by Newsweek based on the number of AP and IB tests taken. Three high schools – Lyman High School, Seminole High School and Crooms Academy of Information Technology – are featured as a "Best High School" by U.S. News & World Report.
Lake County // Lake County Schools are leading the way in new approaches to personalized learning methods.
Osceola County // Osceola County School for the Arts in Kissimmee has been named one of America’s top public high schools by Newsweek in conjunction with the Washington Post.