Career and Technical Education
By Florida Virtual School on February 18th, 2022
Ready for the real world? Whether your answer is “yes,” and your resume is already prepped for your dream job. Or “no,” because you’re not sure what #adulting looks like for you—Florida Virtual School can help you prepare for your future with a variety of Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses and clubs.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on June 30th, 2021
As we grow, we find ourselves fascinated with topics and hobbies that inspire us. When these fascinations turn into passions, we may ask ourselves, “Is this something I can do for the rest of my life as a career?” Sometimes we don’t truly realize that the sky is the limit! But with inspiration, support, and hard work, we can make our childhood dreams a reality.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on May 17th, 2021
Mayday, May day…summer is just around the corner! The month of May is alive with activity as the traditional school year nears an end. Thank you to our students and parents who shared heartfelt messages of appreciation for our teachers earlier this month. They are truly heroes in our book!Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on November 4th, 2020
As our world continues to become more and more digital, our vulnerability to cyberattacks soars. According to a study by the Clark School, on average, cybercriminals attack computers with internet access every 39 seconds! With this alarming statistic, it is no surprise that cybersecurity jobs are among the fastest growing occupations in the United States, along with thousands of other computing careers.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on September 2nd, 2020
Have you ever considered a career in agriculture?
According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), agriculture and related industries make up 11 percent of jobs in America, including food service, farming and fishing, food and beverage manufacturing, and more! All these industries are made up of field professionals ranging from farmers to environmental engineers and food scientists to water quality specialists.
Discover the possibilities with Florida Virtual School (FLVS) in our new course, Agriscience Foundations 1.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on July 31st, 2020
Florida Virtual School (FLVS) develops an average of nine new courses every year. Each course is carefully designed and developed by the FLVS Curriculum Development Team to ensure student success. This year, we’re excited to announce five new additions to our high school course options!Continue reading
By Guest Blogger on February 10th, 2020
This post was written by Elizabeth Jones, a member of the FLVS social media team.
I recently had the opportunity to watch Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner make its debut flight to the International Space Station. This was a great opportunity to see the impacts of career and technical education in action! Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on December 9th, 2019
By Guest Blogger on March 11th, 2019
Interested in learning advanced Python concepts? Searching for a high school course that is challenging, yet fun and engaging? For those who have taken Foundations of Programming (FOP), Procedural Programming is a new course at FLVS that allows students to tackle advanced concepts in computer science.
Procedural Programming has six modules that build upon the concepts taught in FOP while allowing students to design programs based on their own interests. The concepts use real-world examples students relate to. Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on February 26th, 2019
From contests to clubs, FLVS offers a variety of ways to learn about coding and computer science, including online technology courses that develop the skills students need for the careers of tomorrow.
Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses combine academics and the real world, providing hands-on learning that puts students at the center of the action. CTE also helps develop critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and communication skills, which means students are better prepared for college and career life.