Graduation Rate Surpasses State Average

The district's most recent graduation rate is 95.9% among traditional high schools.

1:1 Digital Learning
The LaunchED one-to-one digital learning program provides more than 203,130 devices to students. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we accelerated our efforts in order to provide devices to every student.

Super Scholars‘Super Scholars’ – Top 20 Universities

132 high school graduates from the class of 2023 were accepted into the nation’s top 20 colleges and universities (as ranked by US News and World Report) and U.S. service academies.

Magnet Schools of America Excellence National Award of Merit for 2017Magnet Schools of America

Seven of the district's magnet schools are recognized by Magnet Schools of America for demonstrating a high commitment to academic standards, curriculum innovation, diversity efforts, specialized teaching staff, and parent and community involvement.
Broad Prize statue
2014 Broad Prize winner

Orange County was a co-winner of the award in 2014, which recognized public school systems that made the most substantial gains in student achievement and narrowing achievement gaps.


  • 8th-largest school district in the nation 
  • Fourth-largest district in Florida
  • 210 schools
  • 208,788 students
  • 24,294 employees
  • 209 countries represented
  • 1678 languages spoken


  • 131 elementary
  • 40 middle
  • 10 K-8
  • 22 high
  • 7 exceptional/alternative


  • 44% Hispanic
  • 24% White
  • 24% Black
  • 5% Asian
  • 3% Multi-Cultural