Online Student Clubs
By Florida Virtual School on September 14th, 2021
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For the Speech & Debate club at Florida Virtual School, words are a very powerful tool that speak for themselves!Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on August 23rd, 2021
Welcome to the 2021-22 school year! Whether you’re returning to Florida Virtual School (FLVS) or are brand new to online education, we’re glad you’re here. We’re excited to help you make this year your best yet! Here are a few things to note to ensure a successful start to your school year.Continue reading
By Florida Virtual School on August 19th, 2021
Headphones? Check! Laptop and notebooks? Good to go! Fresh new perspective and tips for making this school year safe AND fun? Keep reading!
As a Florida Virtual School (FLVS) family, we know health, safety, and success are your top priorities. And they’re ours, too. Here are some ways you can stay safe, connected, and move forward this school year.Continue reading
By Elise Harris on January 24th, 2020
This January, ten students from the FLVS Flex Geo Bee Club participated in the 3rd annual school competition of the National Geographic GeoBee. August Speisman won first place, Nathaniel Pierce placed second, and Danilo Randon finished in third place.
Led by club sponsors David Fellows and Elise Harris, the school competition is the first round in the annual National Geographic GeoBee, a geography competition designed to inspire and reward students’ curiosity about the world. Questions cover not only geography, but also ancient and world civilizations, cultures, and physical features. Continue reading
By April Fleetwood on September 9th, 2019
In a definition search of the word “virtual,” multiple synonyms and meanings appear. Words such as “almost” and “nearly” are the first, which make clear why some may have misconceptions of being a full-time student of virtual school. While most people know that virtual school most directly means school that happens online, how many understand the day-to-day realities of virtual students?
By Elise Harris on January 24th, 2019
Nine students from the FLVS Geography Club participated in a school-level competition of the National Geographic GeoBee on January 18, 2019.
The school-level competition is the first round in the annual National Geographic GeoBee, a geography competition designed to inspire and reward students’ curiosity about the world. Questions cover not only geography, but also cultures, physical features, history, and earth science. Congratulations to Emily Maynard, an 8th grade student, who won first place! Spencer Erickson, an 8th grade student, won second place and Emily Pino, a 7th grade student, finished in third place. Continue reading