Bellalago Academy is a district-managed school offering a rigorous academic environment in kindergarten through grade 8. At Bellalago Academy, students and parents have the opportunity to spend 10 years in a nurturing, supportive environment where the staff prepares them to be future-ready citizens of our community. Bellalago Mariners are responsible, respectful, and safe. Be a Mariner!
Sunrise Elementary is a community of learners dedicated to meeting the needs of its diverse population through academics, character development, and community involvement. The main focus of the school is to provide rigorous, positive, and student-centered learning. Sunrise is committed to creating a positive and safe school environment to ensure that our students are successful academically and emotionally.
Thacker Avenue Elementary School for International Studies (TAESIS) is the only International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB) in Osceola County. TAESIS is committed to academic excellence within a safe, supportive, and enriching environment focused on mutual respect and inquiry-based learning. TAESIS Wildcat learners are courageous, thinkers, knowledgeable, inquirers, principled, open-minded, balanced, communicators, caring, and reflective.
Parkway Middle School is the only International Baccalaureate Middle Years World School in Osceola County, preparing students to be global citizens. Students will be challenged to make connections to real-world situations and central themes to understand how our world is interconnected. Students take action through service learning in grade level and group projects to make a difference in our community.
Westside K-8 is a caring school family that puts students first. The school strives to nurture and support the students to develop their individuality, independence and critical thinking. The diverse faculty and student body makes Westside an inclusive environment that will give the students global perspective to succeed. The K-8 setting allows for the staff to know the students well and to build family relationships as the students grow through their elementary and middle years.