Our Mission

The mission of Oviedo High School is to ensure that students learn in a multifaceted environment that prepares them to become competent and productive citizens, excelling in their educational and workplace pursuits.

SCPS Mission

The mission of the Seminole County Public Schools is to ensure that all Early Childhood Program and PreK-Grade 12 students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to be productive citizens in our great country and in the global economy. 

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Alma Mater

Hail to dear Oviedo High,

Pledge allegiance true,

For our love will never die,

We’ll be true to you.

Dear Oviedo,

Dear Oviedo,

You remain the best

Through the years we’ll all remember


School Grade

1998 - 1999 2003 - 2004 2009 - 2010
2000 - 2001 2004 - 2005 2010 - 2011
2001 - 2002 2006 - 2007 2011 - 2012
2002 - 2003 2007 - 2008 2012 - 2013

Things You Should Know



The Oviedo Police Department has advised us that they intend to ticket people who park on the sidewalks at our home football games as it is dangerous to pedestrians and a violation of city ordinance.  For everyone’s safety, please park in one of our parking lots in the front or back of the school.  We value your support of our student athletes and thank you for your cooperation.

Open House

Mark your calendar and plan to attend Oviedo High School's Open House on Thursday September 4, at 7:00 p.m.  This is your opportunity to meet your child's teachers, view our lovely campus, purchase a yearbook, and learn about the many opportunities available to our students via athletics, clubs and service organizations.

Click here to download the Open House Flyer with School Map.

Hometown Showdown – Oviedo vs Hagerty

Buy your t-shirt today-and support the cause



September 19, 2014 is the annual “Hometown Showdown” football game between Oviedo and Hagerty High School. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month and Oviedo and Hagerty have teamed up to dedicate their game to the fight against childhood cancer. T-shirts are available to purchase and all proceeds go directly to childhood cancer research. Oviedo’s Shirt is white and Hagerty’s shirt is blue.  A fundraising contest will take place between the two schools to see which one can raise the most money. Donation bins for each school will be at the Hagerty High stadium that night should you like to make an additional donation.  Wear your t-shirt the night of the big game and let’s show our support for all of those children battling cancer. They will be the ultimate winners of this contest!  Shirts are available for purchase online at the link below.  They will also be available for purchase at football games and in athletics.



AP Spanish Language and Culture Makeup Test Review Dates are as follows:

August 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 25 Immediately after school room 13-010

Makeup Test is Wed. Aug. 26, 8am-12-:30ish p.m.


We will be practicing all portions of the Exam. Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking.

Students will be Field Tripped for the remainder of the school day on the 26th.

Mark your Calendar for School Picture Day


Students in grades 9-11 will have their photos taken on September 16, during their English class.  Please plan accordingly.


 If for whatever reason your student does not have their picture taken on September 16, make ups are scheduled for October 21.


The last day for seniors to have their picture taken at Leonard’s for yearbook inclusion is September 27.  If your senior has not had their photo made call 407 261-5400 for an appointment.  Space is limited.

Countywide Joint PTA/SAC Meeting


There is a district level PTA/SAC meeting scheduled for Tuesday September 30, at 6:30 p.m., at Lyman High School.  In addition to hearing from our Superintendent, parents will learn about the new Florida Standards and other important topics.   All interested parties are invited to attend. 



“Cyberbullying, Sexting, and Unwise Social Networking: The Role of Parents”


On Wednesday September 17, from 6-7 p.m., Seminole County Public Schools will host a free workshop in the Educational Support Center Board Room entitled “Cyberbullying, Sexting, and Unwise Social Networking: The Role of Parents” presented by Dr. Sameer Hinduja, Co-Director of the Cyberbullying Resource Center.  This is a must see for all educators and parents!



New Online Process for Returning Student Registration through Family Access

Parents and guardians now have the option to complete the forms included in the “1st Day Packet” on-line through Family Access, or by filling out the paper forms and returning them to your child’s school. 

Please note that the on-line process will be open from August 4th to September 2nd. If you have already updated you child’s information through Family Access, please log back into the system to complete the on-line forms (Emergency Contact Card, School Security Form, and Release form for Field Trips).

Important: Due to the nature of the information accessible through Family Access, parents and guardians are strongly urged to keep usernames and passwords confidential. In the event the username is lost or compromised, please contact the school to have the username or password reset or changed.

Click here if additional help with the Parent Wizard.

Dual Enrollment Form

Please click on the link below to download the new Dual Enrollment Form (form # 868) which must be typed.  Handwritten forms will no longer be accepted.  
Dual Enrollment Form


Please follow the link below to the Florida Standards Assessment Portal.


**New OHS Attendance Policy**
Click here to view and download Oviedo High School's new Attendance Policy.

School Insurance

Click here for information on school insurance.

Meet the New Principal

Welcome Mr. Joe Trybus to Oviedo High School

This is Mr. Trybus' eighteenth year in education having started his career at Cypress creek High School as a business technology instructor.  During that time he also coached football, track, and lacrosse.  Mr. Trybus was named Dean of Students where he remained for three years before being hired at Lake Brantley High School as the assistant principal over facilities.  After three years he became the registrar for Lake Brantley High School and the Principal's designee.  Mr. Trybus is married to Tina, and they have three daughters.  Two daughters attend Florida State University, and their youngest daughter is a fourth grader.  Mr. Trybus is also a graduate of Florida State University.  Their family time is spent at the beach.  Mr. Trybus is an avid fisherman spending most of his spare time on his boat.  In addition, Mr. Trybus also likes to cook and also attended the Culinary Institute of America. 

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2014-15 Registration

OHS 2014-15 Curriculum Guide

Questions about Registration for next year?  
Watch the Registration Video

Guidance Information

The Triple 'A' Experience


OHS Activity Calendar