Celebrating Decades of Achieving

Educational Excellence Together 

The strength of tomorrow’s Central Florida community depends largely on the quality of education students receive today. Orange County educators believe that the school system and the community must work together to provide quality education.

The 2015-2016 school year is a special one for the Community Resources Programs. The ADDitions School Volunteers program is celebrating it's 45th Anniversary, and the Partners in Education program marks it's 35th Anniversary! Join us today and make a difference in the lives of our youth.​​

The perfect avenue for individuals  to become involved with education in Orange County Public Schools.
Volunteer Now
Volunteer Hours ADD up: The ADDitions School Volunteers program began with 200 volunteers in 1971. Last year, more than 29,919 volunteers contributed more than 837,325 hours. This represents nearly $17.8 million of in-kind contributions donated to OCPS.


Build relationships between businesses/ organizations and schools that enhance student learning and provide students with even more opportunities for success.
Partners Make a Difference: Businesses and organizations can get involved in the school system in a number of volunteer programs such as Partners in Education. At the end of the 2014-2015 school year, the district had 1,035 business partnerships representing $2.07 million of in-kind donations.

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ADDitions School Volunteer and a Partner in Education 

​  Thank you for
volunteering with OCPS.

 My Brother's Keeper



You Can Help Decrease the Achievement Gap!

OCPS, along with the City of Orlando, COMPACT and the Orlando Magic Organization, has accepted President Obama's challenge to participate in the My Brother's Keeper Initiative. This response focuses on recruiting 500 male mentors for our young males of color. Join us as we support this charge.

Open to boys who could benefit from strong male support and role models.  
We are looking for Male Mentors . . .
Mentors are responsible adults who care, listen, and offer encouragements.  Mentors are ordinary people, partners who have one thing in common – a commitment to making the world a better place for our children. 
Call the Minority Achievement Office for assistance at 407.317.3470.

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