Orange County Public Schools

Basic Information

Address: 445 W. Amelia Street Orlando, FL 32801
Phone Number: 407 317 3200
Superintendent: Barbara M. Jenkins, Ed.D.

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Orange County Public Schools
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Additional Information

Member Schools: 184 K12 schools
Mission Statement:

To lead our students to success with the support and involvement of families and the community

District Characteristics: Urban district. Students come from 212 countries and speak 163 different languages and dialects (Dec. 2012).
School Municipalities: Orlando, Apopka, Winter Park, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Maitland, Windermere, Eatonville
Athletics: 2012 state champions: Colonial High (boys cross country); Apopka High (football).

Includes 16 high school magnet programs, of which five schools offer International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma programs; four middle school magnet programs including five schools offering IB; and six elementary school magnet programs. (2012-2013).


11th largest school district in USA with 185,000 K12 students.
62% White, 35% Hispanic, 29% Black, 5% Asian, 3% Multi-Cultural, 1% American Indian/Alaska Native (as of Oct. 2012)
34% district mobility rate for 2010-11.

Organization Goals: Intense focus on student acheivement, safe working environment, efficient operations, high-performing dedicated team, sustained community engagement
Scholastic Perfomance: Florida district grade - B (2011-2012), A (2008-2010)
Academics: Graduation rate: 73.9%, for all schools. 85.6% at traditional high schools.
Teacher Workshops: 590 National Board Certified teachers. 44% of teachers have advanced degrees.
Vision Statement: To be the top producer of successful students in the nation.
A.P. Classes: Offered at every high school in multiple courses.
Transportation: Bus transportation offered to students living outside two-mile radius of zoned school.
After School/Extracurricular Programs: see website
Juvenile/At-Risk Student Programs: 17 alternative education centers