Ocoee High School just west of Orlando opened less than a decade ago. But technology-wise, the 2,300-student school is already obsolete.
Ocoee is part of $14 million project to outfit seven Orange County schools with fast, wireless Internet and new classroom technology.
The first step was ripping out and replacing miles of fiber optic cable and adding devices teachers could use with their lessons.
Orange County schools’ infrastructure director Thomas McNabb walked through a science classroom, pointing out the changes.