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What's in an FLVS course?

FLVS courses are created to national standards, and include a wide-range of diverse activities, providing an engaging and rigorous learning experience for different learning styles. With interactive games and quizzes, engaging video and audio clips, and practical written lessons and assessments, FLVS courses are thoughtfully designed to help students understand new concepts and master new skills. 

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Our Course Creators

The FLVS Curriculum Development team has more than 100 experts who work together to research, plan, create, and evaluate content for our award-winning digital courses.

  • Subject Matter Experts
  • Curriculum Specialists
  • Instructional Designers
  • Engagement Writers
  • Art Directors
  • Assessment & Accountability Specialists
  • Quality Assurance Specialists
  • Web Developers
  • Project Managers
  • Teacher & Student Contributors

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FLVS looks ahead to everchanging standards across the nation, creating and enhancing dozens of courses each year while maintaining a catalog of more than 190 courses. From initial concept to product release, new course development requires considerable planning and coordination to deliver highly engaging digital content.

Each new FLVS course averages:

600 Hours of lesson writing, including interactive and video scripts
200 Hours of exam and assessment writing
2,000 Assessments including quizzes, exams, and interactives
1,300 Pages of HTML, including 81,000 lines of code
1,000 Images to reinforce content including photography, illustration, and charts

Setting the Standard

Our courses undergo more than 450 hours of rigorous review and testing, both during development and after completion, ensuring accuracy and adherence to state and national standards. FLVS schools are fully accredited by Cognia and SACS CASI, and offer NCAA-approved core courses.

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Student Learning Gains

FLVS curriculum is designed to help students master skills and gain knowledge needed for success in school and beyond. FLVS students consistently outperform the state and national averages on Advanced Placement and End-of-Course exams.

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12% Higher AP scores than the state average
6% Higher AP scores than the national average

Reaching Every Student

FLVS courses are designed to meet the unique needs of our students and be inclusive of cultural diversity, representing all races, cultures, ethnicities, abilities, and genders.

FLVS hires subject matter experts for every subject area, to deliver informative, factual, unbiased, and inclusive learning materials to our students nationwide.

Throughout the development process, student focus groups of diverse populations are frequently engaged for input on course content, images, and design elements.

What’s New in FLVS Curriculum?

The FLVS Curriculum Development team was busy creating new courses for the 2020-21 school year. Students can explore their interests with innovative core and elective subjects, such as American Sign Language 2 and Agriscience Foundations 1.

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Our Online Options

FLVS offers more than 190 online elementary, middle, and high school courses, allowing families and schools to personalize educational experiences to student’s unique needs. Explore our national and international options for Kindergarten through 12th grade.

Students & Families

Learn more about our online schools for public, private, and homeschool families to create or complement educational plans.

Schools & Districts

Browse online learning solutions designed to seamlessly integrate into schools and districts, including teacher training and support, digital courses, and tech solutions.