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Alternative Education
A variety of alternative education programs are available to students at the high school level to help obtain their high school diploma. For additional information and eligibility requirements, contact alternative programs at 407-870-4897.
Career & Technical Education
All Osceola County middle and high schools offer Career & Technical Education programs. These programs are designed to prepare students for employment and/or postsecondary education at community colleges or technical schools, such as our school district's Technical Education Center Osceola. Students interested in enrolling
in these programs and obtaining the Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars Award are encouraged to contact their counselor or career specialist for additional information.
Educational Opportunities in Osceola County Schools
A variety of programs are available to students at Osceola County Schools.  For additional information and eligibility
requirements, log on to Educational Opportunities.
First Time Driver (DATA) Course
The Orange County Bar Association, in conjunction with the Osceola County School District, has formed a partnership to provide the "preferred" online first-time driver safety course, to students.For further information register today at www.sdocdriver.com.
Mandatory Drug and Alcohol Course
Parents and students will now have a choice to take the 4 hour mandatory Drug and Alcohol course between the Orange County Bar association (online) and the Orange Osceola Safety Institute (taught with instructor) weblink at http://www.oosi.org/newdrivers.aspx.
Scholarship Money
The Education Foundation-Osceola County offers scholarship counseling for students. Please call 407-344-4687 to schedule an appointment. For further details on scholarships, log on to www.scholarshipsosceola.org.
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Visit These Sites to Learn About Internet Safety
NetSmartz
Common Sense Media
Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
Florida Department of Education - Internet Safety Resources

For more information about bullying, visit the National Website at www.stopbullying.gov.
SpeakOut Hotline
The SpeakOut Hotline, manned by Crimeline, was created to give students, adults and law enforcement a voice in the fight against school violence and juvenile criminal activity.The Hotline is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. SpeakOut tips, like Crimeline tips, are handled with the voice recorders or caller ID. A Hotline operator will never ask your name, age, school, address, or phone number. Your call is completely anonymous.

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