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Class of 2021
Class of 2021 Important Senior Information

Week of May 17 - Senior Clearance, details coming soon

Monday, May 24 at 2:00 PM Amway Center

This schedule is based on the availability of the Amway Center during the NBA playoffs or Solar Bears games, and safety conditions due to COVID-19.

In the event graduations cannot take place at the Amway Center, alternative locations will be determined.

Safety precautions will include but are not limited to, the mandatory wearing of face masks, social distancing, limited ticketing (exact number per graduate to be determined), strict arrival, departure and stage procedures.

All guidelines and protocols are being developed in conjunction with the Florida Department of Health in Orange County and the Amway Center.

All OCPS schools listed above will live stream their graduations.

Please note: Plans are subject to change or cancellation based on Covid advisory guidelines
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Summer & Boot Camp
Physical Night
Materials Return
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College and Career Center
Students and Career Specialists,

We are excited to share the partnership between Orange Technical College and Career Source of Central Florida. Each year we invest time and resources to prepare our high school students for career exploration activities and the summer internship program.

Take some time to review the PowerPoint and enjoy the videos. These three programs are great for high school students to enroll in over the summer. Plan ahead and sign up now.
Explore video featuring a student from the 2021 Program:
Campus & industry tours, online learning, and hands-on projects

  • For young adults ages 15-19
  • Duration: 4 weeks
  • Location: Online Course
  • Providers: Orange Technical College & Valencia College
  • Virtual tours of participating Central Florida colleges, technical colleges, or universities
  • Gain exposure to multiple career options in high-growth industries through hands-on projects and assignments
  • Students can earn weekly stipends throughout the course

Advance Manufacturing | Computer Coding | Construction | Healthcare
Accelerate video featuring a student from the 2021 Program:
Specialized Training in Various Emerging Industries
For young adults ages 16-19
Duration: 4 weeks
Location: Online Courses
Gain marketable industry knowledge
Build your professional resume
Prepare for industry certifications
Students can earn weekly stipends throughout the course

Hospitality | Logistics
Experience video featuring a student from the 2021 Program:
Paid internship, working 30 hours per week
For young adults ages 16-19
Duration: Up to 5 weeks
Location: local businesses

Earn wages – To Be Determined for 2021
Receive training and mentorship from seasoned professionals in your field of interest
Gain team-building experience, financial literacy training, work readiness training, and more.
Virtual internship opportunities also available for the Summer of 2021
We hope you found the information valuable.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact;
John DeRosa at
Lisa DellaValle at

The link is active for the summer program.
Codes when using Career Source Summer Internship Application
For Florida Prosperity Partnership use FPP2021 as the referral code
For OCPS use OCPS2021 as the referral code

Lisa DellaValle Career Source of Central Florida
John DeRosa OCPS Coordinator of Internship Programs
This Seasons Boys Weightlifting Team had an outstanding year. The team Place 2nd in District, placed 3rd in Metro and sent 5 lifters to state. Garrett Davis medal with a 5th place finish. Lake Nona also got gold when Sean Acevedo finish number one in his weight class in state. The team also finish their season with a 3-1 record.
Spring Football Recap

Spring football started April 26. The team has been grinding every day for the last 2 weeks getting ready for our spring game against Timber Creek on Thursday May 13. The team has been learning and executing plays that will help us in the Fall when the regular season starts as well. The athletes have been giving it their all for the last weeks of practice and look forward to seeing everyone at Timber Creek for their Spring game on Thursday May 13.
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To ensure every student has a promising and successful future

With the support of families and the community, we create enriching and diverse pathways to lead our students to success


· High Expectations for Student Learning

· Student Social and Emotional Well-Being

· Dedicated and High-Quality Team

· Positive Climate and Safe Environment

· Efficient Operations

· Engaged and Invested Community