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Old 05-17-2022, 10:05 PM
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It is possible that we will move to Orlando soon. We have a 5 years old and a baby and we are going to rent at the beginning, but it would be great if we could rent in the same area we are going to buy in the future. (I dont want my son to change schools constantly).That is why I am trying to figure out the best High Schools in the Greater Orlando Area.

My issue is that the school rating seems a little bit confusing. Great Schools give the highest rating to Hagerty High (7 /10), to Oviedo High School (6/10) and to Winter Park High School (5/10). But then, Niche is rating Winter Park High School as the best High School in the Orlando Area, then Windermer...and Hagerty is in the number 9!

Why is it so different?

Wich High School is the best between these three HS.

I am interested in these three HS.
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Old 05-18-2022, 06:22 AM
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I’d go with Winter Park High School. I know a lot of people who went there and were very happy.
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Old 05-18-2022, 07:05 AM
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I don't think that you can go wrong with any of the 3. The main difference will be the cost of your home and the size of your house/land. Winter Park (Orange County) is highly desirable and will be more Urban/Suburban. Lots of amenities and a price that will come with it. Oviedo and Hagerty (Seminole county) offer both suburban and rural home options. It really depends on which you prefer.
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