The city of Kissimmee will once again give all of its residents to learn how their local system of government works … from the inside.

The city’s long-running popular School of Government is now accepting new students for the nine-week session starting on Thursday, March 26.

This civic education program, coordinated by the Communications and Public Affairs Office, meets on Thursdays. Those who enroll will hear from the city’s high-level employees and departments in order to learn about the City’s form of government for a unique firsthand look at City of Kissimmee operations. The hope is to create a foundation for residents to become more involved in city issues.

There are 30 spots available for the nine-week course that meets from 5:30-8 p.m. Thursdays from March 26 through May 21. Anyone 18 years old or older who lives or does business in the city of Kissimmee is eligible. ( Due to space limitations, students are not allowed to bring a guests or children.)

Registration is now open, and applications are available for pickup in person at Kissimmee City Hall, or online at