8 Simple Rules for Homeschooling

Being a parent can be tough! However, being a student’s principal, school counselor, teacher, custodian, cafeteria worker, and bus driver can be just as tough. […]

Brain Breaks for Online Elementary Students

Brain breaks are a BIG part of most elementary classrooms that you will see today. These mental breaks help students refocus, get some wiggles out, and […]

Keeping the Student at the Center

The 2017-18 school year marked the 20th anniversary of Florida Virtual School (FLVS). The 20-year anniversary of FLVS was not only a historic occasion for the […]

10 Ways FLVS Benefits Homeschool Families

When families choose home education, it is often for the flexibility and ability to be in control of their child’s education. Florida Virtual School courses […]

Helping Our Captains Succeed with FLVS Elementary

Learn more about one home educator’s FLVS Flex Elementary experience with her young student filmmakers and ambassadors dubbed “The Captains.” Whether your child has been […]

FLVS Corkboard: Spring Edition

Hey FLVSers! As we spring forward and March onward, we want to highlight some student activities in full bloom. (Don’t you just love puns!?)    […]

Whispers About Online Learning: 5 Misconceptions

As a child, did you ever play the game telephone? It starts when one person whispers something into another person’s ear and then the message […]

Tips for Online Elementary Students to Succeed

Have you ever wondered if your child could be successful taking online courses? Maybe you have enrolled your son or daughter, but now what? Embarking […]

Celebrating College & Career-Ready Students

From contests to clubs, FLVS offers a variety of ways to learn about coding and computer science, including online technology courses that develop the skills […]

Student Shark Advocate Works with Legislators

This post was by FLVS student and Model United Nations club member James A. La Fayette Jr. Sierra Boodhoo is a 16-year-old student on a […]

Elementary Class Time is the Best Time

If you’ve never been in an online elementary classroom before, it may be hard to picture what it looks like. Today I’m going to share […]

Florida’s Black History Month Contest

A few years ago, I wrote a blog about the importance of celebrating Black History Month. It is with the same unyielding support of diversity […]

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