FLVS Homeschool

Join the vibrant Florida Virtual School (FLVS) community of homeschoolers with FLVS Flex. We provide Kindergarten-12th grade homeschool students a variety of flexible options, offering choices in course schedule and pace. Create or complement your home education curriculum with a range of courses, planning your own schedule with support from our certified teachers and counselors. Parents who are new to homeschooling in Florida can check the FLVS Course Progression Guides for grades K-12 for help with selecting the right courses for their students.

For FLVS Flex homeschoolers, parents are in charge of their students’ home education program, which must comply with Florida Home Education statutes, including annual evaluation requirements (f.s. 1002.41). If you’re choosing to fully homeschool online, please check all the requirements on the Florida Department of Education website.

For more information specific to your district, please contact your school district for guidelines.

Homeschool Hub

Seeking a flexible online option for younger students? Check out FLVS Elementary, an innovative program offering instructional support and content for a variety of Kindergarten – 5th grade subjects.

Looking for middle and high school curriculum? Homeschool students can choose from more than 190 courses that offer instruction from dedicated teachers in core subjects, electives, Advanced Placement, honors, and beyond—all FREE to Florida students.  Take courses anytime during the year and enjoy 24/7 online course access with the flexibility of year-round, rolling enrollment.

Explore all of our options here to find the program that’s right for you.

Ready to Take the Next Step?

Step 1
Browse our courses and discuss your decision with your family.
Step 2
Contact your District Home Education office to submit your notice of intent to homeschool.
Step 3
Have your parent create a parent/guardian account to approve your courses. 
Step 4
Review our tech requirements
Step 5
Watch the FLVS Quick Start videos.
Step 6
Once assigned to a course, work with your teacher to choose a pace that's right for you.