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Make Up Days

Prioritized bad weather days are set by OCPS each year. Prioritized make up bad weather days for Hurricane Dorian are October 18th and November 25th.

The OCPS School Board wants your input on school start times. This site includes a summary of how bus routes are created & four cost-neutral start time models developed for consideration.

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There is a lot that goes on at WOHS every day. We post numerous items on the PTSO Facebook page, website and Twitter during the week. These include events, pictures, videos, updated schedule items, sports scores, news, etc. Please like and follow our West Orange High School PTSO Facebook page, check the website for updates and follow us on Twitter. All calendar items can be seen in Facebook events. You can now find us on Instagram!! Please feel free to share any information regarding your class, club, sports team, etc. by emailing All of the information in this newsletter is provided by YOU!

Click here to obtain the Florida teens read book list. OCPS provides reading lists by grade level, the ability to search for books, apps, interactive literacy websites, e-books, parent resources, and literacy events around town. Students may also access the OCPS’s Summer Reading Challenge via LaunchPad. This challenge encourages students to read and log their minutes electronically. Click here for more information from the OCPS Reads website.

If you have any questions on student laptops, please email

Please make sure to keep your contact information up to date. If your address, email or telephone number has changed, please make sure to let WOHS know. You may contact them at 407-905-2400 or stop by the front office.

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Homecoming Dance tickets are still available! Homecoming is on Saturday, September 28th from 7-11pm in the Gym! The theme is Rockin’ Through the Decades! Click here to purchase $40 tickets. Must complete obligation form during lunches in the Media Center, and show Ms. Rabieh in 527 to actually receive your ticket or it will be refunded.

It's Homecoming Week!! Homecoming is the tradition of welcoming back former students, parents, staff and the community as we celebrate the rich tradition of West Orange High School. Whether you are a current or past student, parent or staff, you are #alwaysawarrior

As we celebrate all of the events this week, send us your pictures via Facebook Messenger or email communications@wohsptso.orgso we can post on Facebook .

On Monday, September 23rd is Country Music dress up day.

Wear your finest country gear such as flannel, boots, denim, camo, hats, bandanas, and big belts.

On Wednesday, September 25th it is Hip Hop Dress Up Day so put on your baggy pants, chains and wear your hat sideways.

On Tuesday, September 24th it's Rock Music dress up day so wear leather, hair bands, eyeliner, band t-shirts and black clothing and be prepared to ROCK ON!

On Thursday, September 26th it is Class dress up day. Freshmen should wear clothes of the 2000's, Sophomores wear the 1990's, Juniors wear the 1980's and Seniors wear the 1970's.

On Friday, September 27th dress up in your craziest blue and orange gear because it's Wacky Warrior Spirit Day.

On Monday, September 23rd Warriors and Tiaras will be held in the auditorium at 7pm. Warriors and Tiaras is a talent show with the homecoming court candidates and clubs and the Court voting will occur.

Participants should arrive at 6pm.

On Wednesday, September 25th the Warrior Relay will be held at 7pm. The relay is held on the field and each club or sport can put forward a team if they want. Participants should arrive at 6:30pm.

The West Orange HS Homecoming Parade will be held in Downtown Winter Garden on Thursday, September 27th at 6pm. Come out and show your Warrior pride and support our homecoming court, band, school clubs and organizations. The parade starts near the corner of Plant and Dillard Street and proceeds down Plant Street and ends near City Hall.

The homecoming court will be presented and homecoming king and queen announced beginning at 6pm on Friday, September 27th. Tickets for the football game are $6. Please purchase in advance to avoid the line.

The homecoming football game will be on Friday, September 27th vs. Lake Mary High School at 7pm. The homecoming court will be presented and homecoming king and queen announced beginning at 6pm. Tickets are $6. Click here to purchase your tickets in advance to avoid the line.

Yearbooks are on sale now! Pre-order your yearbook on School Pay for $75. Payment plans are available. Contact Ms. Poor with any questions at or stop by Room 434.

Join us for our Open House on Tuesday, October 1st. from 6-8pm. You will be following your students schedule.

Underclass photo retakes will be Tuesday, October 15th in room 434. Pre-order forms will be available in room 434, student services, the front office, and the media center the week prior. There is no cost for having a photo taken for the yearbook. Please contact Kimberly Poor at with any questions.

The Annual event for West Orange Habitat for Humanity, Rock the House on Saturday, November 2nd at West Orange Church of Christ in Winter Garden. Various shifts from 10am-9:30pm. Need volunteers to help in the following areas: Event set-up, Silent Auction set-up, Parking, Guest Registration, Stud Wall (a wall that all guests sign which will be put in the home we build for the homeowners), Guest check out, Event tear down. Email Jaslyn at if interested

This year, Orange County Public Schools turns 150! You'll see this commemorative 150th Anniversary flag flying outside all schools. On Dec. 11th, many famous landmarks around town will "Go Orange" with us! We hope you'll help us celebrate #OCPS150!

Get a head start on your back to school checklist & fill out an application today at .

Click here for the OCPS website that details how to register, instructions and additional information. If you have issues, please complete the Parent Form for LaunchPad or Skyward Family Access Concerns found on this page and drop off at the guidance desk. Guidance is working through the submitted forms. Please be patient as OCPS is working out the kinks with the new system. If you you have submitted a form and your issue has not been resolved, please email

OCPS is committed to providing parents with resources to help their student(s) succeed. Click here to check out this parent resource page and information for High School Parents.

The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) is consulting parents as stakeholders for state Career Technical Education (CTE) programs as part of the state plan for the federal Perkins Law. They are collecting general information on knowledge and opinions of parents through the 2019 Parent Survey of Public School Students (Grades 6-12). The survey is open now through November and can be accessed by clicking here. To take the survey in Spanish, simply click the survey link, and in the top right corner of the page,click the drop down arrow and click “Español.”

Do you know that WOHS has a Food Pantry to assist West Orange families in need? If a student's basic human needs are not being met, the lessons in the classroom cannot possibly matter. Food, hygiene items, school supplies, and basic clothing essentials are available for students and their families. You can drop off items at the front desk.

If you have any questions, please email

Student tech help is available when you are at home by emailing

School safety is everyone's business. Do your kids know how to report a concern? OCPS District Police Chief Holmes explains that there are 3 ways to report tips anonymously: Call 1-800-423-TIPS, go to or by using the P3 Campus App.

Students can also tell any staff member at their school.

Click here to become one too!