FORECAST: How Orange County Public Schools looks to accommodate growing student population

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When trying to accommodate West Orange’s unprecedented growth, Orange County Public Schools officials are tasked with looking at more factors than you realize.

ORANGE COUNTY – As the fourth-largest school district in Florida — and the ninth largest in the country — Orange County Public Schools is no stranger to accommodating a growing student population.

However, doing this is no easy feat, and there are no inherently simple solutions.

OCPS already oversees 188 traditional K-12 schools — along with a Capital Improvement Plan that outlines the schedule of renovating, replacing or building new schools over the next 10 years.

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