Where “neighborhood schools” are the real thing.
Tohoqua’s vision has always been rooted in making exceptional education accessible for resident families.
In Tohoqua, children will be able to attend the newest STEM-focused school in Central Florida where families won’t find a better option for science, technology, engineering and math-driven learning with a strong health-related curriculum. Within or nearby, Tohoqua children will have a diverse opportunity to explore what works for their educational needs. Tohqoua is collaborating with one of the states most experienced STEM school developers to submit for a charter application that when approved, could create the opportunity for children to attend an on-site STEM school in the 2021-2022 school year. Tohoqua’s STEM school will be a public charter school operated by an award-winning organization with a strong commitment to customization, flexibility, collaboration, creative thinking and ongoing dialogue among educators, students, and parents.
Just across the street is Neptune Middle School, an established, award-winning middle school within a school district named one of the top five in the U.S. for the exemplary use of technology and for investing in tools for next-generation digital learners. As the region continues to grow, a new public high school is being planned right within Tohoqua. Plus, with other civic public facilities planned in Tohoqua Village, learning resources are a walk or bike ride away for residents and their neighbors.
Two of the most dynamic colleges and universities opportunities are within minutes of Tohoqua. Valencia College Osceola, within five miles, is nationally recognized as one of the best colleges in the nation for its high graduation and placement rates, and is winner of the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence as the top community college in the nation. Within 35 miles, the University of Central Florida, ranked as a best-value university by Forbes magazine, is home to Top 10 U.S. engineering, science and biomedical degree programs, plus one of Florida’s newest medical schools.