Main Street High School of Osceola County


Main Street High of Osceola County is a Tuition Free Public Charter High School located at 1100 North Main Street Kissimmee, FL 34741.

They can be reached by phone Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at (321) 250-1871.

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The Principal of Main Street High School of Osceola County, located in Kissimmee, Florida, can be contacted at (321) 250-1871.

The Governance Board Members of New Alternative Education of Osceola County include:

Bruce Gillet, Gary Smith,  James MacGregor, Charles Barnett, and Mark Ezzard.

Main Street High is managed by Edison Learning, Inc. The management company can be contacted at:
1 E Broward Blvd, Suite 1111, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(561) 296-5705
School Organization Chart

To register a complaint or place an item on a governing board agenda, please contact the Parent Association Chairperson.

The Parent Association Chairperson for Main Street High of Kissimmee is Mr. Kevin James.  He can be contacted at kjames@mainstreethigh.com or (321) 250-1871.

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Diploma Types

Main Street High Schools offers traditional high school diplomas. Our Schools are all SACS Accredited.  A list of Diploma Types offered can be found on this document. Main Main Street High School Diploma Types

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Student Handbook

Main Street High School promotes personal integrity with an emphasis on the lifelong learning process. There are rules and standards required with our Student Handbook.  Main Street Handbook.

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Graduation Requirements

The Graduation Requirements for a standard diploma in Florida can be found in Florida Statute Sections 1003.4282 and Section 1002.3105.  Main Street High offers both the 24-credit and the 18-credit ACCEL option.  More information can be found at the FLDOE Website.

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Accounting | Finance

We maintain a copy of our most recent audited financials and approved budget online.  Please find the most recent Approved Budget.  Please find the most recent Audited Financials.

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School Improvement Plan

A School Improvement Plan (“SIP”) is intended to be the primary artifact used by every school with stakeholders to review data, set goals, create an action plan and monitor progress. Our school’s current School Improvement Rating is Commendable. The SIP for Osceola can be found here.

Enrollment Process

Main Street High agrees to enroll any eligible student who submits a timely application.  However, if the number of applications exceeds the capacity of a program, class, grade level, or building, all applicants shall have an equal chance of being admitted through a random lottery.
Controlled Open Enrollment allows a parent from any school district in the state to enroll his or her child in and transport his or her child to any public school, including charter schools, that has not reached capacity.  For more information, please click here.  The school capacity is 550.

Annual Measurable Objectives / School Grade

Main Street High School follows the FLDOE alternative grading system in which our school achieved a rating of Commendable. Additional information can be found on the FLDOE’s website.

Title One

A Title I school qualifies for additional federal funds due to the percentage of economically disadvantaged students. The name comes from a section of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act passed in 1965 under President Lyndon B. Johnson.  Please click here to view our Presentation, Title 1 Compact, and a Brochure.   We have a Title 1 Meeting that we encourage you to attend – click here for details.

Academic Program

The Andrews High Academic Program is a blended model that offers APEX online courses as well as Direct Instruction by certified subject area teachers.

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  • Osceola County Chambers
    Stay tuned for upcoming board meetings, events, more information about the staff, and other exciting updates that will appear on this website. There is an upcoming board meeting on 05/08/18.