Technical Education Center Osceola

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Technical Education Center Osceola
501 Simpson Road
Kissimmee, Florida 34744
United States
Coordinates 28°17′55″N 81°20′58″W / 28.298646°N 81.349478°W / 28.298646; -81.349478Coordinates: 28°17′55″N 81°20′58″W / 28.298646°N 81.349478°W / 28.298646; -81.349478
Type Public secondary
Established 1994
School district Osceola County
Campus Director Tom Runnels
Faculty 99
Enrollment 1003
Color(s) Maroon & Gold
Mascot Patriot
Accreditation Council on Occupational Education (COE)
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

The Technical Education Center Osceola (TECO) is an institution in unincorporated Osceola County, Florida, United States designed to train individuals for entry-level employment and to improve current job skills for employed students. In August 1999 the Professional And Technical High School (PATHS) opened on TECO’s Central Florida campus. PATHS allows high school students from all over the Osceola County School District to take advantage of TECO’s technical programs.[1]