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    Important Information Regarding Report Cards For Secondary Students
    The Florida Department of Education has not yet released scores for end-of-course exams that students took in the spring. Schools are eagerly waiting for this information to calculate final course grades for middle and high school students. As a result, report cards for middle and high school students will not be released on Thursday, June 8, as planned.
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    Summer Enrichment Opportunities For Osceola Students
    Summertime is the perfect opportunity to advance every child’s learning in a fun, relaxed environment. The Osceola School District will be offering a number of programs for students in all grade levels this summer as enrichment opportunities.
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Professional and Technical High School

Principal: Paula Evans
Assistant Principal: Maggie Cundiff

The only Technical High School
and Collegiate High School
in Osceola County.

Home of the PATRIOTS
501 Simpson Road, Kissimmee, FL 34744

Principal's Message:

Wow, this year has really flown by! As we prepare to say goodbye to our Seniors, I would like to thank all the parents and guardians who have supported us and their students throughout this year. I am proud to say once again we have 100% of the class of 2017 graduating. The Professional and Technical High School, known as PATHS, is best known for providing a small school environment focused on rigorous standards based instruction along with a career pathway for each of our students. These pathways provide our students with opportunities for entry level employment in business, industrial, food service, automotive or medical careers. We are the only Collegiate High School in Osceola County.

Many of our students also dual enroll at Valencia during their high school years. Conveniently located on the same campus as The Technical Education Center of Osceola our students begin dual enrolling at the tech center as early as the second semester of their sophomore year. I am proud to say that 68% of the class of 2017 earned an industry certification before graduation. I hope everyone has a relaxing and enjoyable summer and I look forward to seeing your students return in August. Don’t forget to share the news about PATHS as we are still accepting qualified incoming ninth graders.


Paula Evans






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PATHS & Valencia College

Through a partnership with Valencia incoming 9th graders will have the opportunity to participate in the Collegiate High School. This opportunity enables students to complete two CAPE industry certifications plus earn 30 hours of college credit. Students who complete this program can then transition to Valencia to earn their college degree in a program their industry certifications feeds into.












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