Poinciana, Florida has six local schools covering Kindergarten through 12th grade. These schools offer everything from computerized media centers and computer-assisted instruction, to classes in phonics, integrated math and science, graphic arts and advanced television production.
Also available are classes in whole language and computer science, business labs, and special classes for both ESE and ESOL children. The atmosphere for learning is enhanced by class sizes that typically range from 25 to 30 students each.
Depending on where in Poinciana you live, your children will attend either Reedy Creek or Deerwood elementary schools, then move on to grades 4-8 at the new Discovery Intermediate School or Horizon Middle School. Students in grades 9-12 attend Poinciana High School, the new Liberty High School, or you can choose to enroll them at New Dimensions High School, Osceola County's first charter school.