Ready…Set…Test!

We all deal with the grueling task of being tested, whether we are in grade school, in college, on the job site – or dealing […]

FLVS Corkboard: April Highlights

April showers may bring May flowers, but both months ultimately mean…we’re sailing into summer! Speaking of cruising… Shakespeare Fest 2017 was a great success! For […]

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

Earth Day is full of reminders to take time to protect our planet. Across the state of Florida, local events are planned to pick up […]

Making Connections for the Future

Life is about the connections we make. Sometimes these connections come from people we’ve known our entire lives, friends next door, colleagues, or even classmates […]

Why Libraries Still Matter

As a young girl, I always enjoyed visiting my local library. My librarian, Mrs. Ferris, knew me by name and greeted me with a loving […]

Aliens and Explosions

This post was written by FLVS student Sarah Weyand about her award-winning research in astrophysics. My science fair journey began about a year ago. I […]

FLVS Corkboard: March Highlights

It’s March, and minus the cold snap madness, spring has sprung—and FLVS continues to sow seeds of learning! While you may be rooted in the […]

Meet Cristi, Founder of Tallahassee Teen Magazine

FLVS student Cristi McKee has been a member of the Creative Writing Club since 2012 and is the Editor-in-Chief and founder of Tallahassee Teen Magazine. […]

FLVS Corkboard: February Highlights

It’s February and we think you’re simply going to LOVE all that FLVS has to offer! First, we want to remind you that Presidents’ Day […]

Celebrate Literacy Week 2017

Photo Credit: Chronicle Books Each year the state of Florida and FLVS dedicates one full week to celebrate all things literacy. Appropriately titled “Celebrate Literacy Week,” […]

FLVS Corkboard: January Highlights

January is certainly jumping with activities and things to do! We’re diving into spring semester full steam ahead, with exciting student events, celebrations, and course […]

Thank you to Florida’s First Responders

When my son was just three years old, he came very close to being swept away at sea. I wish this was an understatement. My […]

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