parent portal grades okaloosa

by Ericka Ernser 4 min read

What is the Okaloosa County focus Parent Portal registration?

Welcome to the Okaloosa County School District - Focus Parent Portal Registration. The Focus Parent Portal is a tool designed to enhance communication and involvement for you in your child's education.

How do I access my child's grades in the parent portal?

The Parent Portal is available from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m daily . You will need your child's Student # and Pin in order to access his or her grades. The Student # may be obtained from an old report card. The Pin is the last 4 digits of your child's Student #.

How do I contact the Okaloosa County school district office?

Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing. The Okaloosa County School District is committed to providing websites that are accessible to all of our stakeholders.

Is Okaloosa County School District AdvancED accredited?

Okaloosa County School District has been recognized as a district-wide AdvancEDaccredited agency since December 9, 2006, with previous accreditations occurring at each individual school.



At the Okaloosa STEMM Academy, grades are earned through the effort and ability of the student. The administration and teachers have high expectations for student achievement. Accordingly, we encourage students to work to their full academic potential, and we urge parents to place a high priority on the academic well-being of their child.

Report Cards and Progress Reports

All report cards and mid-quarter progress reports are now being made available electronically. You may view your student's current report card on Parent Portal. The link to the report card will be under Options on the left side of the page.

High School Credit

Currently, OSA students take Earth/Space Science Honors (6th grade), Algebra I Honors (7th grade), Physical Science Honors (8th grade) and Geometry Honors (8th grade) for high school credit. Students will be held to all of the high school course requirements to receive high school credit.

Grade Forgiveness of High School Credit by Middle School Students

High school level coursestaken below grade 9 may be used to satisfy high school graduation requirements and Bright Futures award requirements. Middle school students who have taken high school courses may receive grade forgiveness if they have earned a grade of C, D or F or the numerical equivalent of C, D or F.

End of Course (EOC) Exams

Students enrolled in Algebra I Honors and Geometry Honors must take the State EOC. The assessment constitutes 30% of the student’s final grade.