Osceola Middle School is a middle school in Ocala, Florida. This school was named after a Native American leader, Osceola. The school first opened on September 21, 1925 as the new Ocala High School. When Ocala High School moved to a larger facility on Fort King Street in the late 1950s, the old campus was changed to a middle school and is still occupied today.
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