By Florida Virtual School on June 15th, 2021
FLVS Elementary School includes a robust collection of core and special courses that have been designed with young learners in mind. Special courses allow students to explore interests and prepare for a successful future in an engaging educational online environment. These elective course options include Art, Spanish, Physical Education, and Technology which help students in grades Kindergarten-5 express their creativity, explore a foreign language, learn healthy habits, and learn how to navigate the ever-growing virtual world!Continue reading
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 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 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 13th, 2021
As coronavirus cases surge, online learning continues to grow in popularity for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Many Florida families have chosen to continue taking courses at Florida Virtual School in the spring semester of 2021 with the aim to continue learning uninterrupted.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on January 4th, 2021
Still settling into an at-home learning routine this semester? If so, you may find that you are having a tough time staying focused, on track, or organized. If this is the case, we have a few tips to help you create the perfect learning environment at home.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on December 8th, 2020
As students finish their first semester of the 2020-21 school year, many are continuing their academic journey with Florida Virtual School (FLVS). Whether your family is new or returning to FLVS, we want to ensure that your students have a successful second semester. Here are three ways parents can help students finish the school year strong!Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on December 7th, 2020
Known for high academic standards, Florida Virtual School (FLVS) has earned numerous awards for excellence and innovation in online learning. The FLVS Curriculum Development team strives to uphold the level of education that FLVS is widely recognized for when developing new online courses and enhancing current courses.Continue reading
By Suzan Kurdak on October 28th, 2020
Twins share a special bond and connection with one another for life, and while each is a unique individual, there are often many similarities. We’re pleased to introduce you to Carmen and David Reisdorf, two amazing students who reside in Houston, Texas.Continue reading
By Guest Blogger on September 22nd, 2020
As children are being educated at home, there are many changes in their daily routines – and ours, as parents. We find ourselves being the professionals and spending a lot of time supporting our children with academics and keeping them active, busy, and happy. This is quite a bit to juggle and it can be hard to keep all those balls in the air!
One thing that our children may be missing out on while learning at home is regular physical activity and possibly a formal physical education curriculum. This need not be the case with FLVS!Continue reading