Discover our lineup of all new high school courses for 2020-21! Choose from a mix of core and elective courses to help meet your online course graduation requirement. Our award-winning online learning is tuition-free to Florida students.
For students outside the state of Florida, new courses will be available in late fall 2020 or late spring 2021 through FLVS Global School.
Reinforce the fundamental skills acquired in ASL 1 by increasing your interpretive and communication skills of this visual language while continuing to explore the Deaf culture in this new world language course.
Dive into agricultural history and its global impact in this new CTE course that lets you learn about career opportunities and get industry certified as an Agriculture Associate. Offered in the new Agricultural Communications Program of Study.
Learn the fundamentals of meteorology, including the physical and chemical processes that control Earth’s weather and climate, in this new science course that covers solar energy, atmospheric and oceanic movement, weather impacts on agriculture, and energy transfer.
Learn the basics of home computing, operating systems, and networking in this new CTE course that gives you practice solving cybersecurity issues in a virtual lab. Offered in the new Applied Cybersecurity Program of Study.
In collaboration with the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, this new science course will teach you about environmental challenges that impact our future, such as pollution, climate change, and loss of biodiversity.
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Online learning options to meet a wide range of student needs.
Course options with flexible start dates, available year round. Please note: There may be a delay in starting courses due to high application volume.
A full-time public school following the traditional school year. Enrollment is open for the 2021-22 school year.
Tuition-based courses for students outside of Florida.
FLVS courses available through your school district. For K-5 check with your county for availability.