FLVS Full Time Enrollment - FLVS (2022)

Step 1: Review Requirements

The following requirements must be met in order to enroll in FLVS Full Time. Please review the below section carefully to determine if your student is a good fit to enroll in grades Kindergarten-12. Please note: Students enrolling with Florida school choice scholarships will be forfeiting their scholarships when choosing to attend FLVS Full Time. For more information, please visit Scholarship Student Information.

Residency Requirements

  • The student must be a legal resident in the state of Florida.
  • Military families who live outside the state of Florida may enroll their students but they must maintain their Florida residency.

Age Requirements

  • Students enrolling in Kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before September 1 in the school year for which he or she is enrolling.
  • Students enrolling in first grade must be 6 years old on or before September 1 in the school year for which he or she is enrolling.
  • The following requirements apply to students in grades 9-12 only:
    • Students must be able to meet high school graduation requirements prior to their 20th birthday.
    • Age requirements for students with disabilitiesthat have an active Individual Educational Plan (IEP) differ from the general school age requirements.

Academic Requirements

Students must meet the recommended academic progress outlined below, including the following enrollment requirements:

  • All quarter 2 classes should be successfully completed before the start of spring semester on January 4, 2023.
  • Students are required to complete 6 courses during the semester of graduation. This is an accreditation requirement.
  • Students who need less than 6 credits to meet graduation requirements are not eligible for a diploma through FLVS Full Time. Cognia accreditation requires "the institution ensure that students graduating from the institution complete at least 25% of the courses for graduation at the institution." This means students enrolling in FLVS Full Time must earn at least 6 credits through FLVS to be eligible and receive a State of Florida diploma. Please note this includes all FLVS coursework (FLVS Flex, County Virtual School, and Global School).
  • In order to earn a diploma through FLVS Full Time, Florida statewide assessment requirements for graduation must be met.
  • Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.

Incoming Kindergarteners - 5th Graders

Any public, private, out-of-state, or homeschool students without FSA or standardized test scores may complete diagnostic screener assessments to ensure appropriate course placement and/or receive appropriate academic support. FSA scores are not required for completion of application.Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.

Incoming Kindergartners

  • Successful completion of first quarter of current grade

Incoming 1st Graders - 5th Graders

  • Successful completion of prior grade
  • Successful completion of first quarter of current grade

Incoming 6th - 8th Graders

Any public, private, out-of-state, or homeschool students without FSA or standardized test scores may complete diagnostic screener assessments to ensure appropriate course placement and/or receive appropriate academic support. FSA scores are not required for completion of application.Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.

Incoming 6th Graders

  • Promotion from 5th grade
  • Successful completion of first quarter of 6th grade

Incoming 7th Graders - 8th Graders

  • Passing grades in prior grade core courses, including math, science, social studies, and language arts
  • Successful completion of first quarter of current grade

Incoming 9th - 12th Graders

Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.Submitting an application is not a guarantee of enrollment. All academic documentation will be reviewed to determine placement and academic fit.

Incoming 9th Graders

  • Promotion from 8thgrade
  • Successful completion of first quarter of 9th grade
  • Minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.0

Incoming 10th Graders

  • Proficient scores on 9thgrade FSA* ELA and any applicable EOCs
  • Successful completion of first quarter of 10th grade
  • Successful course completion of English 1ANDAlgebra 1ORGeometry
  • 9 minimum accumulated credits
  • Minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.0

Incoming 11th Graders

  • Proficient scores on 10thgrade FSA* ELA and Algebra 1 EOC, as applicable
  • Successful completion of first quarter of 11th grade
  • Successful course completion of the following:
    • English 1 and English 2
    • Algebra 1 and Geometry
    • 2 completed science credits including Biology OR 1 completed science credit (Biology preferred) and currently enrolled in 2nd science credit
    • 2 completed social studies credits including World History, US History, or Government/Economics OR 1 completed social studies credit and currently enrolled in 2nd social studies credit
  • 15 minimum accumulated credits
  • Minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.0

Incoming 12th Graders

  • 9th grade cohort year must be 2019-20 or later
  • If 9th grade FSA scores are available, please provide in application
  • Passing test scores for 10th grade FSA ELA or concordant score
  • Passing test scores for Algebra 1 EOC, Geometry EOC, or concordant score
  • Successful completion of first semester of 12th grade
  • Successful course completion of the following:
    • English 1, English 2, and English 3 (accelerated English courses will be evaluated independently)
    • Algebra 1, Geometry,ANDa 3rd math credit
    • 3 completed science credits (including Biology) OR 2 completed science credits (including Biology) and currently enrolled in 3rd science credit
    • 3 completed social studies credits (including World History, US History and/or Government/Economics) OR 2 completed social studies credits (including World History, US History and/or Government/Economics) and currently enrolled in 3rd social studies credit
  • 21 minimum accumulated credits
  • Minimum unweighted cumulative GPA of 2.0

* Proficient is defined as scores 3, 4, and 5 on state assessments. FSA scores not required for incoming private, out-of-state, or homeschool students. Additional diagnostic screeners may be used upon enrollment.

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Prior Year Homeschool Students

Any homeschool students without FSA or standardized test scores may complete diagnostic screener assessments to ensure appropriate course placement and/or receive appropriate academic support. FSA scores are not required for completion of application.Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.Submitting an application is not a guarantee of enrollment. All academic documentation will be reviewed to determine placement and academic fit.

  • Florida homeschool students: Provide the most recent district homeschool evaluation indicating student is on grade level.
  • Out-of-state homeschool students without an evaluation or standardized tests: Submit a current student portfolio with evidence of work samples and activity logs (may be required).

Requirements for Students with Disabilities

  • Students with disabilities are required to meet the state and school admission criteria in order to be accepted into FLVS Full Time, just as their non-disabled peers.
  • Current Individual Educational Plans (IEP) of student applicants who meet the school’s entrance criteria will be reviewed on an individual basis in order to determine the appropriateness of the full-time virtual education option.
  • Please view theFLVS Full Time handbookon Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and Section 504 for more information on students with disabilities.

Supply Lists

  • FLVS Full Time School Supply List K-5
    • A printer, printer paper, and extra printer ink cartridges are required for elementary students.
  • FLVS School Supply List 6-8
  • FLVS School Supply List 9-12

Technology Requirements

To maintain contact with teachers, staff, and administration, students must have daily access to the following:

  • Computer with webcam and microphone (view system requirements here).Please note that Chromebooks are not able to be used due to technical limitations and incompatibility with progress monitoring platforms.
  • Internet service
  • Email
  • Telephone

What is the Role of the Parent?

FLVS Full Time partners with parents to ensure student success. Parents regularly connect with teachers and can review student progress and grades at any time. On the elementary level, parents of students are more hands-on and involved in guiding students and assisting with projects or schoolwork that may be completed both on or away from the computer. This on-site supervision and support is critical in the early years, while students in older grades begin to work more independently. Parents also have access to your student's course of study and instructional materials, including the source of any supplemental education materials.

Does your student meet the requirements outlined above?

If so, please click "next" to proceed to Step 2.
If not, please browse other Florida Virtual School options.

Step 2: Gather Your Documents

The following documents are required for enrollment in FLVS Full Time. Use the checklist to gather the documents you will need. Please have documents available and ready to upload before starting the online enrollment application in step 3.

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Proof of Age

Proof of Residency

Proof of Immunization

Academic Records

Other Documents

❑ Proof of Age

Provide a copy of the student’s official birth certificate. For a foreign birth certificate, a translated copy must be provided.

Review age requirements here.

❑Proof of Residency (2 forms required)

Students must have valid proof of Florida residency to be eligible for enrollment. Families living outside the state of Florida due to military service must provide a statement of earnings indicating Florida as their state of legal residence and the orders that moved the family out of state.

Submit a copy of the following documents, one from Group A and one from Group B.

FLVS Full Time Enrollment - FLVS (6)The name on both documents and the name of the parent/legal guardian enrolling the student must match.

Group A

Please submit one:

  • Property tax statement
  • Lease agreement with name of lessee and contact information
  • Mortgage statement
  • Home purchase contract or mortgage commitment, including specified closing date, with copy of deed to be provided within 60 days of closing

Group B

Please submit one:

  • Homeowner’s insurance statement (must be dated within 12 months)
  • Current parent/guardian Florida driver’s license or Florida identification card
  • Automobile insurance statement (must be dated within 6 months)
  • Utility bills: gas, water, sewage, electric, cable/internet or home/cellular telephone bill (must be dated within 60 days)

Review residency requirements here.

❑ Proof of Immunization

Provide Florida Certificate of Immunization:

Form DH680 or exemption forms DH681, DH680B or DH680C. If submitting form DH680, please ensure the below information is included:

Grades Kindergarten-12:

  • Four or five doses ofdiphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis(DTaP)vaccine*
  • Three, four, or five doses of polio vaccine
  • Two doses of measles, mumps, and rubella(MMR)vaccine
  • Two or three doses of hepatitis B vaccine
  • One or two doses of varicella vaccine

*Students entering grades 7-12 are required to have one tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccine.

❑ Academic Records

Prior Public, Private, and Charter School Students:

Incoming Kindergarteners - 5th Graders

Any public, private, out-of-state, or homeschool students without FSA or standardized test scores may complete diagnostic screener assessments to ensure appropriate course placement and/or receive appropriate academic support. FSA scores are not required for completion of application.Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.

Incoming Kindergarteners - 3rd Graders:

  • Submit first quarter report card*

Incoming 4th Graders - 5th Graders

  • Submit first quarter report card.*
  • Submit most recent FSA** (reading and math).

* Please do not withdraw your child prior to the close of first semester (or second quarter) and only after you have received official notice of enrollment into FLVS Full Time. Official enrollment will be dependent on submitting first semester report card for current school year OR unofficial transcript showing completion of courses for first semester of current school year and successful completion of required courses. Students with obligations to the prior school that prevent the release of official academic records may be subject to withdrawal prior to the end of the semester.

** FSA scores not required for incoming private, out-of-state, or homeschool students.

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Incoming 6th - 8th Graders

Any public, private, out-of-state, or homeschool students without FSA or standardized test scores may complete diagnostic screener assessments to ensure appropriate course placement and/or receive appropriate academic support. FSA scores are not required for completion of application.Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.

Incoming 6th Graders

  • Submit first quarter report card and 2nd quarter progress report.*

Incoming 7th Graders - 8th Graders

  • Submit first quarter report card, 2nd quarter progress report, and report cards/transcript showing all years of middle school coursework completed.*
  • Submit most recent FSA** (reading and math) and EOC scores.
  • Students who have earned high school credits while in middle school must submit an unofficial transcript. Unofficial transcripts should include the most recent state test scores (FCAT, FSA**, EOC) or score reports should be included as academic documentation.

* Please do not withdraw your child prior to the close of first semester (or second quarter) and only after you have received official notice of enrollment into FLVS Full Time. Official enrollment will be dependent on submitting first semester report card for current school year OR unofficial transcript showing completion of courses for first semester of current school year and successful completion of required courses. Students with obligations to the prior school that prevent the release of official academic records may be subject to withdrawal prior to the end of the semester.

** FSA scores not required for incoming private, out-of-state, or homeschool students. Additional diagnostic screeners may be used upon enrollment.

Incoming 9th - 12th Graders

Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school. Submitting an application is not a guarantee of enrollment. All academic documentation will be reviewed to determine placement and academic fit.

Incoming 9th Graders - 11th Graders

  • Submit first quarter report card, 2nd quarter progress report, and transcript if previous high school credit(s) have been earned.*
  • FSA scores not required for incoming private, out-of-state, or homeschool students. Additional diagnostic screeners may be used upon enrollment.

Incoming 12th Graders

  • Submit first quarter report card, 2nd quarter progress report, and transcript including all high school credits earned.*
  • Submit passing FSA (reading and math) and EOC scores or an unofficial transcript for high school credits earned. Unofficial transcripts should include passing state test scores (FCAT, FSA, EOC) or score reports should be included as academic documentation.

* Please do not withdraw your child prior to the close of first semester (or second quarter) and only after you have received official notice of enrollment into FLVS Full Time. Official enrollment will be dependent on submitting first semester report card for current school year OR unofficial transcript showing completion of courses for first semester of current school year and successful completion of required courses. Students with obligations to the prior school that prevent the release of official academic records may be subject to withdrawal prior to the end of the semester.

Prior Homeschool Students:
Any homeschool students without FSA or standardized test scores may complete diagnostic screener assessments to ensure appropriate course placement and/or receive appropriate academic support. FSA scores are not required for completion of application.Any student transferring from out of the country must provide a copy of the academic records, including any test scores, translated and evaluated for entrance into a Florida public school.Submitting an application is not a guarantee of enrollment. All academic documentation will be reviewed to determine placement and academic fit.

  • Complete the Homeschool Prior Academic History Form here.
  • Florida Homeschool Students: Provide most recent district homeschool evaluation and most recent FSA test scores, if applicable.
  • Out-of-State Homeschool Students: Those without an evaluation or standardized tests, submit a current student portfolio with evidence of work samples and activity logs (may be required).
  • Current FLVS Flex Students: Submit Cumulative Academic Record or unofficial transcript from VSA.

Review academic requirements here.

❑ Other Documents

Additional forms, such as those below, may need to be submitted with the application, if applicable.

  • Court custody or legal guardianship documentation from a state or federal agency*
  • Individual Educational Plan (IEP)
  • 504 Plan and supporting documents
  • English Language Learner (ELL) records indicating current ELL status, ELL entry date, and ELL exit date (if applicable)
  • Educational Plan (EP)

*Acceptable custody forms include court or state/federal agency documents; power of attorney and notarized documents are not accepted.

Do you have all of the required documents outlined above?

If so, please click "next" to proceed to Step 3.

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FAQs

What is the easiest elective on FLVS? ›

I recommend taking Marine Science of FLVS. It's really easy and there are only 47 assignments combined in both Segment 1 and 2. The exams are typically like 5 or so questions too. I even finished the entire class before the third quarter ended.

How does Florida Virtual full time work? ›

FLVS Full Time is a fully online public school requiring students take a standard public school course load of six courses per semester. The school runs on a traditional 180-day academic calendar (August to June) and serves as the school of record, managing all student transcripts and progress reports.

How long does it take to get accepted into Florida Virtual school? ›

Students will be placed in their requested courses as soon as possible, in most cases, within 72 hours after completing registration and required approvals. Occasionally placement may take longer due to high enrollment, during these times we strive to place students within 14 days of your selected preferred start date.

How fast can you do FLVS? ›

Typical students complete the course in 4-6 weeks working approximately 2-3 hours per week. Students can arrange an accelerated schedule with their teacher and finish nearer the two-week mark.

Can FLVS detect cheating? ›

FLVS instructors utilize technologies to check for authenticity. Copying, knowingly allowing others to copy from you, and/or misusing the internet content could result in removal from your course. Academic integrity is the cornerstone of learning at FLVS.

How many lessons on FLVS should I do a week? ›

FLVS Full Time: Students are required to attend the Class Time live teacher instruction three days per week. FLVS Flex: Although attendance of Class Time live teacher instruction is not required, it is strongly recommended that they attend at least two sessions per week.

Can you graduate early with FLVS full time? ›

FLVS Full Time Enrollment

Students follow a fixed, 180-day school year schedule from August to June. In addition, students who meet district graduation requirements are able to receive a Florida diploma from FLVS Full Time.

What's the difference between FLVS flex and FLVS full time? ›

FLVS Full Time: Students are required to attend the Class Time live teacher instruction three days per week. FLVS Flex: Although attendance of Class Time live teacher instruction is not required, it is strongly recommended that they attend at least two sessions per week.

Can Florida Virtual bring up my GPA? ›

With Advanced Placement® (AP®) classes at Florida Virtual School, you can boost your GPA, stand out on your college applications, and earn college credits—no tuition required. Same AP rigor. More flexibility. No limits.

Does FLVS give you a laptop? ›

All laptops are provided to students to support their academic performance and completion of class assignments. The program limit is set as a once-per-lifetime laptop per student. Technical support/replacements will not be provided.

Why is virtual school so hard? ›

At school, we are given assignments and have entire class periods that are solely focused on getting our work done with the assistance and input from the teacher. At home, we are expected to be self-directed. Being at home there is an increased amount of distractions and opportunities to lose focus on the work given.

Is virtual school better for anxiety? ›

Online education provides a way for students to learn the important and required information without being forced to be surrounded by other people. This will reduce their social anxiety levels and help them live a better quality of life.

What grade is passing FLVS? ›

Students must earn a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale for all cohort years and pass statewide, standardized assessments unless a waiver of assessment results is granted by the IEP team for students with disabilities.

How do you beat FLVS classes fast? ›

Tips for Finishing Your Classes Faster
  1. Choose Easy Classes.
  2. Examine Your Pace Chart.
  3. The pace chart is one of the first pieces of information that you're required to look over when you're placed into your chosen course. ...
  4. Set Dates to Do Work.
  5. Listen to Music.
  6. Hint: Using an online music streaming service is a great idea.
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What GPA do you need for FLVS? ›

Did you know that you need a 2.3 GPA to play Division 1 NCAA Sports? Are you working toward that 3.5 GPA for Bright Futures Scholarships?

Are FLVS exams proctored? ›

Failure to comply with the Academic Integrity commitment or refusing to take a proctored exam will be grounds for removal from the FLVS program.

Can you cheat online with camera exam? ›

Intercepting Video Feeds. This is one of the technical methods of cheating during an online proctored exam. It involves keeping software between the proctoring software and the webcam of your computer.

How do teachers know if you cheat on an online test? ›

Proctors In Online Tests

But, just as you would have a test proctor in a regular classroom during a test, there's technology that aids in online test proctoring to ensure students are not cheating. This is done through software that uses technology to scan your biometrics to ensure you are who you say you are.

Are 8 week courses difficult? ›

8-week courses are intense, but mastering them can help you get ahead in your schooling.

What happens if you don't finish FLVS? ›

For students who do not complete a course in 27 weeks, we reserve the right to impose an extension fee for an additional month of access or to re-enroll the student and invoice for the full amount of the half-credit course. (For detailed pricing information, please review our courses page.)

Can you skip grades in FLVS? ›

Public and private school students: Require approval from their school of record. Homeschool and FLVS Full Time students: Require approval from both parent and FLVS Instructional Leader for that grade level.

Can you switch to FLVS full time in the middle of the year? ›

Alternatively, students looking to incorporate one or more individual online courses as part of their education plan for the upcoming school year can enroll in FLVS Flex year-round.

Does FLVS flex give you a diploma? ›

While FLVS Flex provides online curriculum and instruction, it is not a school of record and does not issue diplomas. Homeschool students who graduate from high school using FLVS Flex courses are graduated by their parent/guardian, based on their local district's graduation requirements for homeschool students.

What is the 14 day grace period FLVS? ›

Refund Policy Following placement and activation in a course, the student has a 14-day grace period during which he or she may withdraw from the course and receive a full refund. The refund will be issued to the entity or individual from which payment was received for the enrollment.

Does FLVS take attendance? ›

Attendance. Students enrolled in FLVS Full Time must meet compulsory attendance requirements. Attendance must be recorded on a regular and ongoing basis, and these students have the same guidelines related to truancy as students in brick-and-mortar schools.

How much do FLVS teachers get paid? ›

How much does a Teacher make at Florida Virtual School in the United States? Average Florida Virtual School Teacher yearly pay in the United States is approximately $51,761, which is 28% above the national average.

What is a believable GPA? ›

What Is a Good GPA in High School? The average high school GPA is around 3.0, or a B average. This also happens to be the minimum requirement for many college scholarships, though a 3.5 or higher is generally preferable.

Is FLVS flex homeschool? ›

Join the vibrant Florida Virtual School (FLVS) community of homeschoolers with FLVS Flex. We provide Kindergarten-12th grade homeschool students a variety of flexible options, offering choices in course schedule and pace.

Does FLVS have a class rank? ›

Class rank is calculated twice each year at the conclusion of each semester, and is based on the student's cumulative weighted GPA for all high school courses, including transfer courses. College representatives are invited to connect with FLVS Full Time students through web conferencing technology.

Does FLVS give scholarships? ›

As part of Florida's school choice program, the state offers scholarships for Kindergarten-12th grade.

Do FLVS students have a student ID? ›

Student Number Identifier, Florida: A ten-character code used to uniquely identify a student. The Alias is the first Student Number every assigned and is used for longitudinal studies.

Is virtual school better for ADHD? ›

However, some children with ADHD may respond positively to some of the changes. For example, virtual learning may provide fewer distractions for children who find it more difficult to tune out other people around them. More structured classrooms with more distance between students might help some children focus.

What is the hardest part of virtual learning? ›

Distractions Everywhere

Having a time management system is perhaps the most difficult challenge for students to overcome because it depends entirely on self-motivation. Students need to be serious about their education, learn how to manage time, set their daily schedule, and study despite constant distractions.

What are the disadvantages of virtual schools? ›

4 cons of virtual learning
  • Distractions. Since virtual learning doesn't occur in a classroom, you may experience increased distractions. ...
  • Limited connection opportunities. ...
  • Lack of structure. ...
  • Fewer resources for some.
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How do you survive virtual school? ›

8 Tips to Survive (and Thrive) in Online School
  1. Have a Designated Workspace. ...
  2. Get Organized (and stay that way) ...
  3. Eliminate Distractions. ...
  4. Pay Attention. ...
  5. Hold Yourself Accountable. ...
  6. Take Breaks. ...
  7. Treat Yourself. ...
  8. Be Positive.
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Can I stay home from school because of anxiety? ›

Generally, children should only stay home from school for fever (at least 100.4° F), vomiting, or a few other reasons. It's important for anxious children and teens to learn that they can persevere and do what they need to do even when experiencing physical anxiety, just as adults must in their own jobs.

Why does virtual schooling put stress on parents? ›

Virtual schooling puts stress on parents because they have to supervise what their kids do at home. What is different about the number of course options kids get in virtual schools compared to typical schools? They get more focused instruction and course options than they can get in a typical school.

What is the easiest elective on FLVS? ›

I recommend taking Marine Science of FLVS. It's really easy and there are only 47 assignments combined in both Segment 1 and 2. The exams are typically like 5 or so questions too. I even finished the entire class before the third quarter ended.

Does FLVS give you a high school diploma? ›

In order to obtain a diploma from FLVS, you will need to enroll in the FLVS Full Time public school program. You will no longer be considered a homeschool student when you register with FLVS Full Time. Students can also return to their zoned high school their senior year to obtain a diploma.

How many FLVS classes should I take? ›

FLVS Full Time is a fully online public school requiring students take a standard public school course load of six courses per semester. The school runs on a traditional 180-day academic calendar (August to June) and serves as the school of record, managing all student transcripts and progress reports.

How fast can you finish FLVS? ›

Students can work at their own pace but will need to be in the course at least 14 days from their first assignment. Typical students complete the course in 4-6 weeks working approximately 2-3 hours per week. Students can arrange an accelerated schedule with their teacher and finish nearer the two-week mark.

Can you skip DBAs FLVS? ›

DBAs (or Discussion Based Assessments) are oral assessments between the student and instructor. DBA's are required in each course and cannot be skipped or and may only be completed one at a time, according to the pace chart.

How many credits do you need to pass FLVS? ›

Online Course Requirement

All incoming 9th grade students in Florida are now required to complete an online course as part of the 24 credits required for graduation.

Can you fail a FLVS class? ›

What are the consequences for failing to maintain academic integrity in a FLVS class? A variety of consequences will be administered if you fail to maintain academic integrity in your course. These consequences range from a reduced score on an assignment up to expulsion from FLVS coursework for up to one year.

How many lessons on FLVS should I do a week? ›

FLVS Full Time: Students are required to attend the Class Time live teacher instruction three days per week. FLVS Flex: Although attendance of Class Time live teacher instruction is not required, it is strongly recommended that they attend at least two sessions per week.

How does FLVS full time work? ›

FLVS Full Time is a fully online public school requiring students take a standard public school course load of six courses per semester. The school runs on a traditional 180-day academic calendar (August to June) and serves as the school of record, managing all student transcripts and progress reports.

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Which electives are the easiest? ›

That being said, here's a look at some college classes that tend to be easier than some core classes.
  • Creative Writing. ...
  • Physical Education. ...
  • Psychology. ...
  • Public Speaking. ...
  • Anthropology. ...
  • Art History. ...
  • Acting. ...
  • Photography.

How do you beat FLVS classes fast? ›

Tips for Finishing Your Classes Faster
  1. Choose Easy Classes.
  2. Examine Your Pace Chart.
  3. The pace chart is one of the first pieces of information that you're required to look over when you're placed into your chosen course. ...
  4. Set Dates to Do Work.
  5. Listen to Music.
  6. Hint: Using an online music streaming service is a great idea.
13 Jun 2022

What should I choose for electives? ›

6 Electives All High School Students Should Take
  • Selecting Electives. Generally speaking, a high school student's academic life doesn't include much opportunity for customization. ...
  • A Foreign Language. ...
  • Public Speaking. ...
  • Writing. ...
  • Personal Finance. ...
  • Computer Programming/Science. ...
  • Something Fun.

What are the hardest electives? ›

5 Hardest College Classes
  • Organic Chemistry.
  • Philosophy.
  • Linguistics.
  • Quantum Physics/Quantum Mechanics.
  • Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Physical Education.
  • Music Appreciation.
  • Personal Finance.
1 Jun 2020

Do electives boost your GPA? ›

Every course (with the below exceptions) counts toward the GPA, including P.E. and elective. Not counted toward the GPA is any + or – For example, B+ or B- counts the same as B when you figure out your GPA.

What is the hardest class you can take? ›

It shouldn't surprise you that organic chemistry takes the No. 1 spot as the hardest college course. This course is often referred to as the “pre-med killer” because it actually has caused many pre-med majors to switch their major.

Which degree is easiest to get a job? ›

8 Easy Degrees That Pay Well
  • Business Administration. Business administration is one major that is usually considered “easy.” Some programs will also only take 3 years to finish! ...
  • English. ...
  • Human Resources. ...
  • Criminal Justice. ...
  • Marketing. ...
  • Supply Chain Management. ...
  • Psychology. ...
  • Communication.
6 Jul 2022

Can FLVS raise GPA? ›

With Advanced Placement® (AP®) classes at Florida Virtual School, you can boost your GPA, stand out on your college applications, and earn college credits—no tuition required. Same AP rigor. More flexibility. No limits.

Does FLVS affect your GPA? ›

However, as a Home Education student, the parent is the school administrator and will be the one to calculate the GPA. As FLVS Flex is the curriculum provider, we do not calculate GPA.
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The 411 on the 4.0.
CourseSemester Grade (.5 credit)GPA
Math Honors86 – B3.5 (Add .5 for weighted GPA)
Science89 -B3.0
History95 – A4.0
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2 Oct 2019

What grade is passing FLVS? ›

Students must earn a 2.0 grade point average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale for all cohort years and pass statewide, standardized assessments unless a waiver of assessment results is granted by the IEP team for students with disabilities.

Do students do better in elective classes? ›

Electives Help Students Learn to Focus—and Achieve

Electives classes reveal the skill sets of some students that might not be obvious in their other classes, helping them see their strengths and affording them opportunities to be of value to their classmates.

Do electives look good for college? ›

Leave Room for Electives and Extracurriculars

Remember that colleges look for balance. Academics are important, but so is a well-rounded high school resume. Taking electives (like art or graphic design classes) beyond your required courses is a great way to discover new skills and study interests.

Are electives a must? ›

While electives are required for graduation, the specific elective courses a student takes are chosen by the student.

What is the most commonly failed college class? ›

Many students often associate commonly failed courses with mathematics and science. Whether this is accurate for you will very likely depend on your skill-set, learning-level, major and experience (or lack thereof) in similar courses in the past.

What is the most failed course in high school? ›

Algebra is the single most failed course in high school, the most failed course in community college, and, along with English language for nonnative speakers, the single biggest academic reason that community colleges have a high dropout rate.

What course has no math? ›

Jobs in writing, publishing, public relations, advertising, and communications also require virtually no math at all. If you love history, literature, civics, foreign languages, or art, you may find your sweet spot teaching a favorite subject in private or public schools.

Videos

1. Nicholas: A Day in the Life of an FLVS Full Time Student
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2. Online School Q&A | FLVS (most asked questions)
(Krys Jerez)
3. Record enrollment continues in Florida Virtual Schools for 2021-22 school year
(ABC Action News)
4. Some of the differences between Florida Virtual School Full Time and Florida Virtual School Flex
(itsashleybrooke)
5. Addison: A Day in the Life of an FLVS Full-Time Student
(FLVS Full-Time Mega News Network)
6. Why FLVS?
(FLVS Full-Time Mega News Network)

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