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End of School Year Check-Out for Students

Students, as we come to the close of another school year, it is time to enact our end of year check-out process for all of our students.  This will be different from previous years due to the nature of our current situation.  Seniors students can begin returning items and picking up personal belongings from lockers and/or classrooms starting May 18th.  Underclassmen (current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders) can begin returning items and picking up their personal belongings starting May 26th

Students should not book an appointment to turn in items until AFTER they are sure they are no longer needed.  In order to still comply with social distancing guidelines we would like to limit the amount of trips made to return materials so please only complete a booking once you are ready to return all items.   

Read through the following information so that all items signed out to students can be collected and accounted for in an effective and efficient manner.  Any items not returned may result in the student incurring obligation fees.

  • Go to the online booking system to select a day/time to come to campus and drop off materials.  Please make sure that you are answering all of the required questions as this will help the process run smoother.  On the day selected, park in the corresponding parking space you selected during your booking and call the front office.  We will come out to collect the items as you remain in your car.
    • All PATHS students will park in front of Building 5 (PATHS Building)
    • Books should be placed in a plastic bag with your name and ID number attached to the bag for reference.


      If you have both oTECH DE Books and PATHS academic book, they will need to be placed in separate bags as we will be taking them to different locations for check-in.

      Laptops should be returned with charging cord.

      Hotspots (if applicable) will need all parts returned.


      Any other instructional materials that you received that are property of the school should be placed in its own plastic bag and returned at this time as well.


      Thank you for your hard work in helping to switch to an online learning environment and we look forward to seeing everyone in the next school year!


For Students Taking Summer DE Classes ONLY

For your safety, please follow the instructions on this form as they are written. This must be done or you will unfortunately not be allowed to pick up summer books.

Summer Book Process

Did you know...

PATHS Class of 2019 achieved a 92% acceleration rate by earning either an industry certification, passing an advanced placement course, or earning a Valencia college credit while in high school!

PATHS is ranked in the top 3% of all high schools in the nation by the US News and World Report!

Students may participate in athletics and other extra curricular activities at their home high schools while attending PATHS?

PATHS earned the GreatSchools.org College Readiness Award in 2019 for our ability to prepare students for success in college readiness!

CONGRATULATIONS!  PATHS is "A" school once again!  We are so excited and can't wait to work towards another A in the 2019-2020 school year!

PATHS is still accepting CHOICE applications through August 5th for any student wishing to attend our incredible school!  Contract Vickie Funk @
victoria.funk@osceolaschools.net for next steps!

Interested in joining PATHS School Advisory Committee?  Contact Mr. Ott @ thomas.ott@osceolaschools.net for more information.  Our first meeting of the 2019-2020 school year will be on Tuesday, August 20th at 2:15 in the media center!

Upcoming Freshman Orientation Dates
Tuesday, June 30th @ 8:00 am
Tuesday, July 21st @ 8:00 am
Remember to sign up using the link provided on your students acceptance letter!

Yearbook Information for 2019-2020:
Purchase ads and yearbook online using code # 19080 at www.yearbookordercenter.com Questions - contact Andrea Darsch Andrea.Darsch@osceolaschools.net

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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