New charter school in St. Cloud promises a private-school education without the high price tag
The former owners of a private pre-school in Winter Springs are bringing that school’s highly touted educational philosophy to a new charter elementary school
Osceola Schools seeking architect for $30.7M middle school reconstruction
More details about unique site challenges ahead for the design team on the district's third school demo/reconstruction project.
Orange County Public Schools has South I-Drive site under contract
Insight on OCPS' land activity in the tourism corridor in recent months, and what other development is driving it.
Osceola wants prototype design for replacement elementary school in St. Cloud
Osceola Schools is hiring an architect for the $21.6 million reconstruction of its oldest elementary school.
Subcontractors needed for nine Orange County school projects totaling $166M
Learn which public school projects in Orange County will have subcontractor opportunities in the coming months.
GC sought for second public elementary school planned in growing Lake Nona
Orange County Public Schools is finding population growth at Lake Nona a bit difficult to keep up with, with construction of a second middle school set to begin this month, and a second elementary school now being planned.
Lake Nona's growth leaves school system scrambling
Orange County can't build schools fast enough to keep pace with Lake Nona's expansion. Two more schools will start construction next year.
Orangewood latest Christian school to expand
Orangewood Christian School in Maitland is the latest private school to plan a multimillion dollar expansion through church and family-based fund-raising.
Construction manager sought to rebuild Mollie Ray Elementary in West Orange
Orange County Public schools is looking for a company to hold the subcontractor and vendor contracts for the tear down and rebuilding of the 75,000-square-foot school complex.
Four new schools going up with over $75M value
The Orange County School District is gearing up to spend over $75 million to replace dilapidated elementary schools.