What’s New: Meteorology Honors

Weather can seem unpredictable, but with historic data and powerful technology, professionals are able to provide daily forecasts and severe weather updates to people around […]

Following Science in Space: NASA’s Asteroid Mission

Love space science? Follow us on Instagram for live STEM events throughout the year, including the SpaceX Crew Dragon test flight on March 2, 2019. […]

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 […]

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 Attends GOES-R Satellite Launch

On Saturday, November 19, I had the privilege of watching the GOES-R weather satellite launch from Kennedy Space Center. Now you may be wondering what […]

To Bennu and Back!

Hello FLVS peeps! I had the distinct honor of representing FLVS at the OSIRIS REx rocket launch a few weeks ago. Now if you’re wondering […]

FLVS Teacher Joins MAVEN Ambassador Class of 2015

Have you ever just watched the last five minutes of a movie and tried to piece the rest of it together, backwards? Crazy idea, right? […]

NASA Social: SpaceX CRS-6 Cargo Launch Mission

On April 12-13, 2015, FLVS once again had the privilege of going on a behind-the-scenes tour at Kennedy Space Center and sharing the experience with […]

Virtual Field Trip: LIVE SpaceX Launch

Join the FLVS social media team as we tour Kennedy Space Center before the anticipated SpaceX launch on April 13th. FLVS has been invited to […]

Meet FLVS Student Stars

At Florida Virtual School, each student is recognized as an individual with a unique set of talents and skills. Many of our students participate in extracurricular […]

NASA Social: State of NASA Event

On February 2, 2015, I had the privilege of attending the State of the NASA address given by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden. The day was […]

Becoming a Student Again: NITARP Astronomical Research

Last year I was honored to be chosen as a NITARP teacher. NITARP, short for the NASA/IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program, pairs teachers with astronomers […]

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