Hail to dear Oviedo High,
Pledge allegiance true,
For our love will never die,
We’ll be true to you.
You remain the best
Through the years we’ll all remember
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.
College Application Essay Writing
College Scholarship Information
Financial Aid 101 PowerPoint
State University System Matrix 2017
Transcript Request Form
Student Records Requests
All former students, post-secondary institutions, and corporations – student records requests are processed by Seminole County Public School online at https://scpsfl.scriborder.com/ or by phone at 407 320-0366
Financial Aid Night
If you were unable to attend the Financial Aid Night held on Monday December 12, you might find the PowerPoint below helpful.
Click here to view the PowerPoint
Testing Accommodations Requests
Although students with 504 plans or Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) have testing accommodations they are not automatically eligible to use their accommodations on College Board (SAT, PSAT, AP), and ACT testing. If your student would like to apply to use their testing accommodations on College Board or ACT testing please fill out the appropriate consent form below and return it to your student’s School Counselor. If applying for ACT testing the student should wait until they are registered for an actual test date.
Please allow ample time for the application process. If your student would like to use accommodations on a test the deadline is typically you must apply about 8 weeks prior to the test. This means the consent form(s) need to be received by the School Counselor well before the 8 week deadline to gather the documents for the application process. If you have any questions please contact your School Counselor.
Please be informed the approval process is controlled by the test provider (College Board or ACT).
Click here for The College Board Form
Click here for The ACT Consent Form
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