By Florida Virtual School on April 14th, 2021
At one time or another, most people have probably worked for an organization that talked a big game about company culture, but the actions and attitudes never lived up to the words. Unlike those purveyors of empty promises, Florida Virtual School (FLVS) does more than just talk about our values; we live them and rely on them to be the foundation of everything we do.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on April 9th, 2021
Students can now enroll in American Sign Language (ASL) 2 with Florida Virtual School (FLVS)!
Last year FLVS announced the highly anticipated American Sign Language 1 course as its newest addition to the selection of World Language courses for high school students. The success of ASL 1 sparked countless requests for American Sign Language 2 from FLVS students and parents. We are pleased to announce that students can continue their ASL journey in American Sign Language 2!Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on March 19th, 2021
Weather can seem unpredictable, but with historic data and powerful technology, professionals are able to provide daily forecasts and severe weather updates to people around the world within minutes. These updates may come in handy when scheduling your next beach day or picnic, but they are also crucial for professionals in industries like transportation, construction, and agriculture when making decisions about future and daily operations.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on February 22nd, 2021
This article was originally written and published in the FLVS student newspaper, News in a Click.
On September 26, 2020, FLVS students gathered virtually for an all-day “Game Jam” session. This was the second Game Jam held by Florida Virtual School, with more than 100 students in attendance. The student-led teams who participated created more than 30 original video games!Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on February 12th, 2021
While the true origin of Valentine’s Day is not clear, we do know that sometime during the Middle Ages, the day became widely recognized as a celebration of love. In fact, the oldest known Valentine still in existence is a poem penned in 1415 by a French duke. Now, more than 600 years later, we continue to share warm fuzzies and heart-filled emojis every February.
This year may look different as we find creative ways to share the love, but we are thrilled to pass along heartfelt sentiments from our FLVS families and staff who recreate those feelings of warmth online!Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on February 11th, 2021
Delivering high-quality digital learning requires a team of dedicated people. We are thrilled to recognize the following Florida Virtual School team members for their amazing contributions to student success.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on February 8th, 2021
Hey Florida Virtual School students and families! We hope the start of spring semester is being kind to you. At FLVS, there are all kinds of ways to get involved beyond our online courses. We’re happy to share a few highlights of upcoming events.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on February 1st, 2021
In honor of National School Counseling Week, we’re sharing tips for counselors to help students thrive in virtual learning environments. With the challenges posed by the pandemic, school counselors around the country have played an important role in helping students stay on track with their education.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on January 29th, 2021
For millions of students around the world, the first day of school looked different in 2020.
This year, Morgan and her classmates woke up on their first day of school to an all-new learning experience with FLVS Global Elementary School. Instead of lacing up their sneakers, grabbing their lunch box, or rushing to the bus with backpacks stuffed full of supplies, students eagerly awaited their first online lesson.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on January 27th, 2021
In honor of Celebrate Literacy Week, we’re sharing tips for parents to encourage students’ love of reading. The importance of reading or being read to cannot be overstated, with an impact that extends beyond just hearing stories.Continue reading