Orlando Science Middle/High School

A+ rated STEM-focused public charter in Orange County, FL Charter schools provide a choice to the parents within the state's public school system.

Mission Statement of Orlando Science Schools

The mission of the School (http://orlandoscience.org) is to offer middle and high school students in Orange County a high quality education, aligned with the Florida Sunshine State Standards, in an intellectually nurturing learning environment. Its purpose is to enable students to reach their maximum potential in all subject areas with special emphasis

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Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 04/12/2024

HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA actively promotes career opportunities in the health industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Their goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to affiliate and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.

This past weekend the OSHS HOSA students competed in their State competition here in Orlando. We are excited to share that we have 10 members advancing to the International level in June:

Aarish Ali
Eshaal Baber
Diya Behal
Purav Kaneria
Rahil Nathoo
Hemi Patel
Snehal Sahu
Kayomi Shah
Shivin Varanasi
Dhyana Vekaria

Congratulations to these future health professionals, we are so proud of them! 👏🩺

OSHS Basketball 2024 Season 04/09/2024

The boys basketball season completed their first season last month and are looking forward to the next seasons to come! Thanks to everyone who came and supported, and congrats boys on a great season. GO ORCAS!

🏀Enjoy the recap video of the 1st season https://youtu.be/J27evXjjUNw!

OSHS Basketball 2024 Season

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 04/08/2024

Last Saturday, the 2024 State Science Olympiad witnessed the participation of 42 teams from across Florida at the University of Florida. Among them, OSS High School fielded four teams consisting of 57 talented and dedicated students.

🏆 Team Hubba Bubba soared to success, clinching 4th place overall in the tournament! Their excellence was exemplified by remarkable victories in the Optics and Towers event, where they secured 1st place. Additionally, they showcased their expertise with 2nd place finishes in Detector Building, Wind Power, Forestry, Flight, and Experimental Design events. Their prowess extended to 3rd place in Astronomy and 4th place in Anatomy, Chemistry Lab, and Geologic Mapping, with a commendable 6th place in Fermi Questions.

🥈 Our Freshmen team, Lab Rat, made an impressive mark, ranking as the 2nd most successful team overall in the OSS Teams category. They demonstrated their skills with a notable 10th place overall in Experimental Design, Flight, and Forestry events.

🚀 Another of our teams, Trident Gum, showcased exceptional performance across various events, securing notable placements such as 4th place in Optics, 6th place in Scrambler, 7th place in Forensics, and 8th place in Fermi Questions.

🍎 Team Juicy Fruit displayed outstanding proficiency in a range of events, including Experimental Design, Anatomy, Flight, Astronomy, and Fossils. Their achievements include a remarkable 3rd place overall in the Experimental Design event, along with commendable placements of 6th in Flight and Anatomy, 7th in Astronomy, and 8th in Fossils.

👏🎉 We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the participating students for their incredible efforts, dedication, and achievements! Even though we couldn't make it to the National Science Olympiad this year, we deeply appreciate every student's commitment to the Science Olympiad. Thank you for your hard work and enthusiasm! We also want to express our gratitude to their families for their support, our faculty and chaperones for their guidance and encouragement, and all the volunteers whose contributions made this journey possible. Each participant contributed to the spirit of scientific inquiry and excellence, making this year's high school State Science Olympiad a success!


Dear OSS Community,

Last Friday, March 29th, our MathCounts school team showcased their exceptional talent and dedication at the MathCounts Florida State competition. Our school's MathCounts team showcased their exceptional talents and dedication, earning accolades that reflect their hard work and passion for mathematics.

In a remarkable achievement, Orlando Science School secured 4th place in the entire state of Florida, a testament to the skill and determination of our mathletes. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to each and every participant for their outstanding representation of our school on this prestigious stage.

A special commendation is in order for Brayden Choi, whose exceptional performance earned him the 4th place individual award in the written test. Brayden's dedication and expertise truly exemplify the spirit of excellence we strive for at Orlando Science School.

While Brayden narrowly missed advancing to the final countdown round, finishing as the overall 5th place in the state, his achievement remains a source of immense pride for our school community. We commend Brayden for his outstanding efforts and congratulate him on his remarkable accomplishment.

Though Brayden won't be joining the MathCounts Florida Team at the National MathCounts competition in Washington D.C. this May, we know that his passion for mathematics will continue to inspire others around him.

We also want to extend our congratulations to all the mathletes who represented our school and the Central Florida region with distinction at the State competition. Your dedication, perseverance, and enthusiasm for mathematics are truly commendable.

Once again, congratulations to all our mathletes for their outstanding performance at the MathCounts Florida State Competition!

Kerim Akyalcin, M.Ed.


OSHS is delighted to share that 11th grader, Aaliyah Andrews, has been selected to participate in the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) program. This prestigious program, sponsored by the US State Department, aims to promote language learning and cultural understanding among youth. Aaliyah's dedication to language and cultural understanding has earned her this remarkable opportunity.

As part of the NSLI-Y program, Aaliyah will be traveling to Turkey to learn the Turkish language and immerse herself in the rich cultural heritage of the country. ✈️ She has also been awarded a scholarship to support her participation in the program. Congratulations Aaliyah, we wish you a wonderful cultural experience in Turkey 🇹🇷!

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/31/2024

The OSS Orcas were busing over Spring Break! OSS FBLA Middle and High School students attended their state competition in Orlando over the break. We are excited to share that 7 students qualify for FBLA nationals!

Middle School
Smera Rathee

High School
Shriya Challa
Emily Dorman
Purav Kaneria
Joshua Lowe
Shivin Varanasi
Sai Veluguboreddi

These talented Future Business Leaders of America will represent OSS at the FBLA national conference this summer!

A special congratulations to junior, Aarish Ali, for his election as Region 3 Vice President! We wish him the best of luck as he begins his term!

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/30/2024

OSHS FRC robotics team, Clockwork Mania, competed over spring break at the Magnolia Regional in Laurel MS. By the end of Qualification Matches, Clockwork had a record of 8-4 finishing 6th out of 37 teams. A positive Win-Lose ratio like that in Magnolia hasn’t been seen since 2016 for the team. Clockwork went on to become the 5th seed alliance captain and finished 5th out of the 37 teams at the event. Clockwork Mania also took home the Team Spirit award. The Spirit Award celebrates extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit through exceptional partnership and teamwork furthering the objectives of FIRST. Congratulations to these hard working robotics engineers!

With the competition season over for Clockwork, the team now moves into off-season activities and preparations for what will be an even more successful year in 2025.

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/29/2024

Over Spring Break, a few of our artistic High School Orcas won ribbons at the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival! The Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival has proudly showcased the artists and art programs of Orange County and Winter Park public and private schools since the first festival in 1960. We had 18 students display artwork, representing OSHS.

Special congratulations to Sarah Boughton and Tiffani Gay, for receiving "Ribbons of Distinction", and to Sophia Torrento for receiving an "Honorable Mention!"


OSS Spring Break begins this Friday, March 15th for all students. Classes resume Monday, March 25th 🌸


This past Saturday the OSHS Concert and Symphonic bands performed at the Orange County Music Performance Assessment, MPA. We are excited to share that our High School music programed performed exceptionally well!

🎼9th/10th grade Concert band scored straight excellent ratings for performance and a superior in sight reading

🎶Symphonic band scored straight superior ratings for performance and a superior in sight reading

This is the first time OSS music students have scored this high!
For those of you that don’t know, sight reading is where Mr. Holloway has three minutes to teach the band a song that neither he nor the students have ever seen before. Students are not allowed to practice out loud on their instruments and can only “air play." Then they perform the piece for a judge.
These ratings are a massive accomplishment for Mr. Holloway and the OSS band students, congratulations!

Science Olympiad Awards Ceremony 1 03/11/2024

February 10th was one of the most memorable Saturdays for the OSS Middle School Science Olympiad teams, teachers, and parents. Five teams, 54 students from Lynx and Technology campuses in total, participated in 23 different competitions throughout the day in the Central Regional Science Olympiad tournament at Olympia High School.

Three of our teams dominated the tournament and placed 1st , 2nd and 3rd overall. Numerous students received 1st, 2nd and 3rd place medals in their events which include topics from Biology, Environmental Science, Earth and Space Science, Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering.

This amazing achievement earned three spots for our school to progress to the next level, the Florida State Science Olympiad Tournament, hosted by the University of Florida in Gainesville.

While we are excitedly waiting for the official invitations to the State Tournament, the students are studying to rise to the challenge and represent OSS at the State Tournament. We are proud of our students' hard work, dedication, and commitment to their teams.

We would like to thank our teachers for guiding, supporting, and providing this opportunity to our beloved students for months. Every success opens a door to another one. We hope that these achievements lead the way to many other accomplishments.

We also thank our parents for supporting the science Olympiad teams in every way they can, contributing their time as volunteers and donating snacks during study periods at the Lynx Campus.

A special thank you to our sponsors for their generous donations to the Sci Oly program:

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Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/08/2024

Today being , it's the perfect day to celebrate the successes of some impressive OSS young ladies!

On March 2nd the Orlando Science Center hosted the Lockheed Martin Science Challenge. The Lockheed Martin Science Challenge provides county science fair winners an opportunity to present their projects to a team of expert judges before advancing to the state science fair, allowing participants an extra chance to practice their presentations. Students in Grades 6–12 who have won first-place in their county science fairs’ physical science competitions are invited to compete in the Lockheed Martin Science Challenge. Participating counties are: Brevard, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, Sumter and Volusia.

We are excited to share that 2 OSS Middle and 1 OSS High School scientists performed incredibly well:

🥇🤖Abigail Merchant took 1st place in Intelligent Machines, Robotics and Systems Software

🥇⭐Anishka Jindal won 1st place in Physics and Astronomy

🏆🌎Tiffani Gay won 1st place in Environmental Engineering AND Best in Fair taking the top prize for her project titled "Resistant electromagnet propulsion for petroleum removal employing
biocompatible Fe3O4 nanoparticles in water emulsion"

Congratulations to these promising scientists!

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/07/2024

Orlando Science Middle and High School and Orlando Science Technology Campus 6th graders participated in the FAMAT March regional math competition at Seminole High School on Saturday, March 2nd. Over 300 students gathered for this exciting event, and I am proud to announce that our students performed exceptionally well, earning several awards. Congratulations to our high school Algebra 2 and Calculus teams for achieving first-place team awards. Additionally, our middle school Algebra 1 and Geometry teams deserve recognition for earning 3rd and 2nd place team awards respectively. I would like to express my gratitude to each of our participating students and their sponsors, who have prepared our students tirelessly.

Many of our students excelled and received numerous individual awards. Some standout achievements include:

🏆Aidan Quach (11th grade) and Akash Athi Kesevan (11th grade) achieving perfect scores in the Calculus test, tying for first place in the Calculus division.
📉Anya Gada (12th grade) securing 6th place in the Statistics division.
➕ Rashad Abedeen (9th grade), Tristan Hoon (9th grade), and Adish Pudale (9th grade) earning 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place respectively in the Algebra 2 division.
📐Anish Thakare (8th grade) and Andrew Chai (8th grade) capturing 2nd and 4th place respectively in the Geometry division.
✖️Shaoyan (Evan) Chen (6th grade), Nikhil Kar (6th grade), and Abinandh Parthiban (7th grade) achieving 4th, 5th, and 6th place respectively in the Algebra 1 division.

Once again, I extend my heartfelt congratulations to all students and wish them the best of luck in their upcoming math competitions.
Kerim Akyalcin, M.Ed.

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/05/2024

Last month our OSS Middle School students also competed in the Junior Division of the Dr. Nelson Ying Orange County Science Exposition. We are thrilled to share the results of so many accomplished young scientists:

🏅4th Place, Honorable Mention Junior Division
• Animal Sciences - Iris Dhananjay
• Cellular/Molecular Biology & Biochemistry - Anushka Sinha
• Chemistry – Riddhi Patel
• Engineering – David Avila
• Mathematics and Computational Sciences – Niyati Devnani
• Mathematics and Computational Sciences – Soha Chhabra
• Physics and Astronomy - Sudhiksha Paschekanthe Matha

🥉3rd Place Junior Division
• Environmental Engineering - Gagana Sajja
• Intelligent Machines, Robotics & Systems- Aarit Moolchandani
• Intelligent Machines, Robotics & Systems – Atharv Tiwary
• Physics and Astronomy - Reyansh Sane

🥈2nd Place Junior Division
• Biomedical & Health Sciences - Abinandh Parthiban
• Cellular/Molecular Biology & Biochemistry - Anahi Desai
• Chemistry - Nikhil Dereddy
• Earth & Environmental Sciences - Anwesha Byadagi
• Intelligent Machines, Robotics & Systems- Abigail Merchant
• Plant Sciences - Shishir Sajja

🥇1st Place Junior Division
• Behavioral & Social Sciences - Ayaan Patel
• Engineering - Anishka Sharma
• Environmental Engineering - Aarit Dixit
• Mathematics and Computational Sciences - Gauri Borkar
• Physics & Astronomy - Anishka Jindal
• Plant Sciences - Anya Bollineni

🏆Grand Prize Winners – Junior Division
• Biological Category – Ayaan Patel
• Physical Category – Aarit Dixit

The following students are going to States and will represent OSS Middle School in Lakeland, Florida from April 2 – 4, 2024:
• Ayaan Patel
• Aarit Dixit
• Anishka Sharma
• Gauri Borkar
• Anishka Jindal
• Anya Bollineni
• Abigail Merchant

👏Congratulations to these talented, curious students! We look forward to watching their progress as they continue to seek answers and solve problems using the scientific method.

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/04/2024

Spring 2024 competitions continue and the OSS Middle High Orcas continue to shine!

Congratulations to the middle and high school mathletes of Orlando Science School for their outstanding performance at the 2024 FAMAT February Invitational Math Competition, held at King High School in Tampa on Saturday, February 17th.

This competition brought together the brightest math minds from across the State of Florida, with thousands of students participating. Amidst this challenging competition, our teams showcased exceptional talent and dedication.

A special round of applause goes to our Algebra 1 and Pre-Calculus teams for securing 4th and 5th place respectively. Furthermore, I commend our high school Mu Alpha Theta members for their remarkable achievement, earning 6th place overall in the sweepstakes category. It's noteworthy that with the nation's top 3 Mu Alpha Theta schools hailing from Florida, our mathletes demonstrated remarkable prowess in this challenging arena.

The event served as an excellent opportunity for our students to test their skills in a rigorous setting, and their performance reflects their hard work and preparation. As we reflect on this achievement, our high school Mu Alpha Theta members eagerly anticipate the Mu Alpha Theta Florida State Convention in April, hosted right here in Orlando. With determination and dedication, we aim to surpass our previous accomplishments and achieve even greater success.

I extend my deepest gratitude to our exceptional coaches for their invaluable guidance and support in preparing our mathletes for the challenges ahead. To all our students, I encourage you to continue your studies.

Keep it up OSS Mathletes!

Kerim Akyalcin, M.Ed.

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 03/02/2024

Last month 6 OSS High School students competed in the Dr. Nelson Ying Orange County Science Exposition. We are excited to share the results:

♻️2nd place in Senior Projects Earth & Environmental Sciences :
Monish Saravana Sundari :Year IV: Cost-Effective Recycling of Sorbents to Improve Oil Spill Cleanup Efficiency with OCTOPAS

1st Place Senior Projects
Animal Sciences
🐝Atreya Manaswi :Year 5: Engineering a Novel IoT Trapping System with a Multiple Linear Regression Model Towards Eco-Friendly, High-Efficacy, Low-Cost Honey Bee Pest Treatment

🔬Aanvi Mathur: Comparing Plasmonic Properties of Solid and Hollow Gold and Silver Nanoparticles for Early Diagnosis and Disease Protection

Environmental Engineering
🧲Tiffani Gay: Resistant Electromagnet Propulsion for Petroleum Removal Employing Biocompatible Fe3O4 Nanoparticles in Water Emulsion

🌎Mahie Patil: A Novel Biodegradable Sorbent for Oil Spills

🏆Both Mahie Patil and Atreya Manaswi received the GRAND AWARD and will compete in May at ISEF Regeneron in Los Angeles, CA.

We are so proud and excited for these young, inquisitive students as they continue their studies and use the scientific method and their original ideas to improve the world


The OSHS Model UN team rocked the house last weekend! At the FSHMUN 45 Conference in Altamonte Springs, our High School students won a total of eight awards in various categories. Here is a list of our winners:

Yara Elrebey - Outstanding Delegate
Victoria Camacho - Outstanding Delegate
Ramsey Zeidan - Outstanding Delegate, Distinguished Delegation
Emily Dorman - Outstanding Delegation, Position Paper Award
Yuthika Panigrahi - Position Paper Award
Shriya Challa - Position Paper Award

We had an unprecedented number of students attend this conference and we brought back an extraordinary number of awards. Congratulations to the OSS MUN team and good luck on their next adventure to New York City for the National HS Model UN conference!

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 02/29/2024

Dear Orlando Science School Community,

I am thrilled to share some exciting news with you all! Our incredible mathletes soared to victory at the 2024 MathCounts Central Florida Chapter round, held on Saturday, February 24th at Edgewater High School. I'm proud to announce the outstanding performance of all 12 official participants from our school, each securing a spot in the top 30.

With this remarkable achievement, our school team—comprised of Brayden Choi, Aarit Dixit, Kerthi Karri, and Andrew Chai—has earned the honor of representing the Central Florida region at the upcoming MathCounts Florida State Competition. This prestigious event will take place on March 29th at the Hilton DoubleTree Hotel at Universal Studios. Furthermore, I extend heartfelt congratulations to our 6th-grade prodigy, Michael Lin, for clinching 5th place and earning an invitation to compete individually at the State level.

A special round of applause is in order for Aarit Dixit, whose exceptional performance in the countdown round secured our victory. Aarit, finishing 8th in the individual round, displayed remarkable prowess by claiming victory in 8 consecutive rounds of the countdown, emerging as the champion of the 2024 MathCounts Central Florida Chapter. Aarit, your stellar performance is truly commendable!

I also want to acknowledge Brayden Choi, our runner-up in the final countdown round and the overall winner of the individual round. Brayden, your dedication and skill have brought great honor to our school.

Every member of our mathletes team exhibited outstanding talent and determination, resulting in numerous impressive placements. Here are the individual rankings following the countdown round:

1st place: Aarit Dixit
2nd place: Brayden Choi
5th place: Michael Lin
6th place: Andrew Chai
8th place: Kerthi Karri
11th place: Nikhil Kar
14th place: Evan Chen
18th place: Stella Chen

I extend my sincerest gratitude to our dedicated coaches, Mr. Karatas and Mr. Akyalcin, for their tireless efforts in preparing our students for this rigorous competition. To all the students who participated in the MathCounts Chapter round, your hard work and commitment have not gone unnoticed.

As we look forward to the MathCounts Florida State competition, let us continue to support and cheer on our OSS school team members and Michael Lin. I have every confidence that they will make us proud once again.

Warm regards,

Kerim Akyalcin, M.Ed.


OSS Families and Friends, Please join us for our K-8 Education Career Fair! Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of children? Join us for our Orlando Science Charter School K-8 Virtual Job Fair on March 09, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Meet with our recruiters, learn about exciting career opportunities, and discover why our school is a great place to work!

Register today and join us on a journey of continuous learning https://east.orlandoscience.org/employment/oss-east-job-fair

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 02/27/2024

It was a pleasure to host Angie Gallo, Orange County School Board, District 1 at the high school today. Our student ambassadors escorted Ms. Gallo and her team to classrooms and the robotics lab.

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 02/22/2024

Shout out to Ms. Monroe and the first ever OSS high school girls flag football team! They won their first game of the season last night again Oak Ridge HS! They also won their first scrimmage game against Faith Christian last week! Check out tomorrow's high school newsletter for the upcoming game schedule🏈


We are excited to share that all of the OSHS National Merit Semi-Finalists have progressed to Finalist status in the National Merit scholarship competition! They are one step closer to becoming National Merit Scholars and earning scholarships to further their education beyond high school. Congratulations to our National Merit Finalists!


Enjoy the long weekend Orcas, classes resume on Tuesday, February 20th.

📚“The advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty.” ― James Madison (1751–1836)


🎨Congratulations to the talented high school artists Lei P., Simran T., Emily D., Sarah B., and Tiffani G.! Their artwork was selected for the Young Artist Gallery at CityArts, in Downtown Orlando. The opening reception will be this Thursday, 2/15, from 6p-10p; you can also view their art on display until March 16th at CityArts.

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 02/07/2024

Congratulations to our Neuroscience students who competed in the Central Florida Brain Bee last weekend! We had three students place in the top ten: Neuroscience Club president, Hemangi P. (first overall after rounds 1 and 2), Kayomi S., and Anitej A. won first overall and will be representing OSS at the national Brain Bee in April! Way to go Orcas and best of luck to Anitej as he prepares for Nationals!

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 02/06/2024

OSS High School is pleased to share the remarkable achievements of the OSS Science Olympiad teams at the recent Yellow Jacket Invitational held at Georgia Tech (Div. C) last weekend. The dedication and hard work of our students have once again demonstrated their exceptional talents in various science-related events.

Team Hubba Bubba showcased an outstanding performance, securing 4th place overall with an impressive total score of 211 points. Their prowess was particularly notable in the Tower and Write it Do It event, where they secured 1st place. Additionally, they achieved remarkable rankings in various events:

2nd place: Anatomy and Physiology, Disease Detectives, Forensic
3rd place: Flight, Geologic Mapping
4th place: Microbe Mission
5th place: Chem Lab, Experimental Design, Fossils

The achievements of Team Trident Gum are equally commendable, as they secured 6th place overall with a total score of 296 points. Notable accomplishments include:

2nd place: Pokemon Pathology(T)
5th place: Optics
6th place: Experimental Design

Team Juicy Fruit also demonstrated their commitment to success, securing 21st place overall with a total score of 489 points. Their achievements include:

5th place: Astronomy, Fermi Question
6th place: Fossils

These accomplishments not only reflect the hard work and dedication of our students but also highlight the strength of our Science Olympiad program. We are immensely proud of their achievements and the positive representation they have brought to the Orlando Science School.

Congratulations to Team Hubba Bubba, Team Trident Gum, and Team Juicy Fruit for their outstanding performance at the Yellow Jacket Invitational. We look forward to further successes in the Science Olympiad Regional Competition this Saturday, the State Olympiad in April, and finally the National Olympiad in May!

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 01/29/2024

OSHS is excited to share that Mr. Whitfield and our Robotics teams league championship was Saturday and we took home five trophies!

🤖Teams Cattlebots and Loose Screws made it to the semi-finals with Loose Screws advancing to the finals of the championship.
⚙️NUTS took home the Design Award, based on industrial design at its best.
🖥️A Byte Irrational took home the Think Award, demonstrating that they have a clear understanding of the engineering design process in all aspects.
🏆Loose Screws took home the Finalist Alliance trophy as well as one of the Inspire Awards (The highest honor award at an event) for best embodying the challenge of the FIRST Tech Challenge program.
🕹Loose Screws and A Byte Irrational will be moving on to the state championship on March 1st and 2nd and will try for a bid to the world championship. We wish them the best as they prepare for states.
Congratulations to Mr. Whitfield and our talented robotics teams 👏 🎉

Photos from Orlando Science Middle/High School's post 01/26/2024

Last month OSS Middle and High School Future Business Leaders of America students competed in a variety of categories at their district competition. We are pleased to share they did incredibly well earning many opportunities to compete at the state competition this spring. Congratulations to these ambitious OSS FBLA students and good luck at states!


High School Soccer Schedule UPDATE: Today's JV & Varsity games scheduled at Forest Lake Academy have been moved to Monday, Jan. 29th. JV will play at 5pm and Varsity at 6:30pm. Come out and support the High School Orcas in their last games of the season!

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