Graduation Info

  • Osceola Fundamental High School's graduation ceremony for the 2022-2023 school will be held on May 16th, 2023 at 7:30 am at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.

     

    Class of 2023 Senior fees are $125 and can be paid online through the link below. Please ask Mr. Kontrick in room 227 for more information if student needs to pay in person during school.

    https://pcsb.revtrak.net/hs/osceola-high-grp/ofhs-senior-class/

     

    Junior and Senior Parent Graduation Requirements and Support Information

    Cap and Gown Ordering Info

     

    PANORAMIC PHOTOS FOR SALE:

    The panoramic photos are up for sale.  All students should have been emailed a link with instructions on how to order their copy.  If not, you can call 1-800-215-4852 for more information.  

CAP AND GOWN ORDERS

Senior Class Information

  • Important Dates for the Class of 2023

    January 15, Senior Ads are Due

    March 1, Yearbook Sales End

    April 1, 2023 Prom Night

    April TBD Cap and Gown Distribution

    April  TBD Senior Olympics

    April 28, 2023 Senior day (Panoramic, Breakfast, Slide Show, Graduation Practice, Cap and Gown Parade, Senior Picnic)

         Tentative Program: 

    Senior Day Schedule TBD

    7:30  Meet in gym for  panoramic photo.  Get wrist bands for the day’s events. 

    8:00   Breakfast in cafeteria.  Raffle. 

    Sign the Mural

    10:00:   Auditorium, Slide show

    11:15    Graduation Practice: Auditorium

    12:15    Senior class Cap and Gown March

    12:25   Senior picnic begins

    1:40 Dismissal

    April 22, 2023 Grad Bash

    Grad Bash: Universal Orlando & Islands of Adventure

    Grad Bash is this Saturday, April 22nd.  Please meet in the cafeteria at 4:15 PM.  Bus assignments are posted across the hall from Mr. Kontrick’s room 227

    Grad Bash Dress code

    May  TBD Senior Awards

    May 16, 2023 Graduation

     

    FAFSA

    Seniors who plan to attend college or technical school should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Completing the FAFSA is the key to accessing federal student aid, such as grants, Federal Work-Study opportunities, loans and even some scholarships. Students should submit their FAFSA as soon as possible. Federal financial aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on how to apply and where to get help, students can contact our eCounselor service at ecounselor@pcsb.org visit www.pcsb.org/fafsa.