CELEBRATION, Fla. – Celebration will be looking for their third head coach in four years after the school told head coach Jeremy Palmer that they were going in a different direction.
In a post made on X, the platform previously known as Twitter, that it was a tough post as he was told last week after the 2023 regular season came to an end that the school administration wanted to go in a different direction.
Today is a tough post, last week I was informed that admin wanted to go a different direction with the football program. I want to thank everyone who has ever coached with me or gave me a chance. To all the players I have coached at CHS, Thank you.
— CoachJTPalmer (@CoachJTPalmer) November 14, 2023
In his two seasons as head coach, Celebration won only two games, going 1-9 in both the 2022 and 2023 seasons, marking Palmer’s record as head coach at Celebration at 2-18 overall.
Celebration becomes the second school in Osceola County to dismiss a coach after the season and marks the 18th head coaching change on THE 2024 ORIGINAL FLORIDA COACHES MOVING VAN, a classic longtime feature on FloridaHSFootball.com. You can check out the THE 2024 ORIGINAL FLORIDA COACHES MOVING VAN by clicking here.