Unofficial FLVS Transcript
You may access your FLVS transcript in the following way:
- Login to your account.
- Click on the Student Records link in the navigation bar.
- Click on the Cumulative Academic Report link.
- Click on the link in the middle of the page that says "Print Unofficial Transcript".
Official Cumulative FLVS Transcript
The transcript includes:
- Courses taken with FLVS
- The year courses were taken
- Number of credits earned
- Grade received
Our transcript procedure fees are as follows:
- The first transcript is provided as a courtesy, free of charge.
- All subsequent requests are subject to a $3-$5 processing surcharge.
All final grades are sent to the physical school on your account electronically, no transcript request is required.
If you are transferring to a different school in Florida or transferring from home school to a physical school in Florida you will need to update your account with the new school information. This will allow the new school to see your final grades and receive any future grades acquired through Florida Virtual School.
Request your transcript online:
FLVS students can request transcripts online via Parchment.com. Now, you can submit your transcript request, track the status of your request, and send your transcript to the school or college of your choice all online. To request your transcript online, you must use a credit card.
Alternative transcript request procedure:
If you cannot or are uncomfortable with filing a transcript request online, you can also request an official transcript by sending a completed Transcript Request Form to our offices via fax or by mail. Payments can be made by including your credit card information on your transcript request form or by mailing a check or money order to:
ATTN: Transcript Requests, 2145 Metrocenter Blvd, Suite 200, Orlando, FL 32835
Final Grade Report
When a student completes a course and has returned all course materials, the teacher sends a request for a Final Grade Report to be issued. The Final Grade Report is sent electronically to the student's school of record for inclusion on the student's official transcript. (Exception: Advanced Placement credits are issued upon verification of AP exam participation at the end of each exam cycle in May. A letter from FLVS detailing each student's segment grade will be issued as course requirements are met.)
Driver's License Reinstatement
Students whose driver license has been suspended due to non-attendance should print out the DMV Reinstatement form and visit their local school district office in order to complete the form. Once the form has been completed and signed by your local district personnel, follow the instructions for submitting it to the FL DMV office. You must be registered as a home education student and in good standing for a minimum of 30 days in order to have your driver license reinstated. For more information, contact the FL DMV office listed on the form.