5 Great Reasons to Choose Osceola Fundamental High School
- Fundamental Expectations and Procedures
We are the only fundamental high school in the district and in the state. Our program began in 2006, and in 2010 our first fundamental class graduated. Fundamental means improved communication with parents, a demerit system that helps students stay on track with their coursework, a stricter dress code than other high schools and mandatory parent involvement at a monthly night meeting for Boosters, PTSA and SAC.
- Exciting Curriculum Options
We continue to build our course offerings to match student needs and interests. Some of the programs that we have added include: Center of Excellence for pre-engineering and new AP electives in psychology, human geography, and American Government. We now have 14 AP courses to challenge our college-bound students. Some of our signature programs include: culinary arts Center of Excellence, world languages in Spanish, French and Italian, television production, graphic arts, and an award-winning fine arts program.
- Strong Teachers and Staff
We continue to hire strong teachers who care about kids and provide the right balance of rigor and support. During the past year, we have been flooded with resumes, and have a great blend of enthusiastic, young teachers and caring, seasoned veterans.
- School Spirit, Clubs and Sports
We have some of the most spirited students and staff members in the district. Stop by our campus on Fridays and you will see students and staff dressed in orange and blue and you might even hear our band as it marches throughout the campus to encourage school spirit during football season. We have a full range of clubs and sports, including top athletic programs, award-winning band and chorus programs and one of the top literary magazines in the state.
- Unique Programs and Services
We offer a number of programs that help our students feel welcome and encourage them to succeed. These include our Doorways scholarship program, our AVID courses that promote high achievement, our 5000 Role Models of Excellence mentoring program and our 9th grade community to help freshmen transition into high school.