All of the meetings are online through Blackboard Collaborate, the same system you use for your live lessons and collaborations. We can use the microphone, chat box, interactive white board, and video to participate!
Sometimes! When our clubs compete, they meet in person. Other club meetings and events (including guest speakers, games, and other fun activities) are usually held online.
Yes, you must be active in at least one FLVS course to join a club.
We request that only FLVS club members attend meetings. You should tell them about FLVS and how awesome we are!
Our sponsors are teachers first and club sponsors second. You may have hit them during a busy time, so if you haven’t received any emails to the address you provided in your application, please reach out to the sponsor directly.
Various times! You’ll need to check with the club sponsor for the meeting date and time of the club you wish to join. Club meetings are very important for you to be involved in a club. If you are unable to attend meetings, let your club sponsor know!
We like to keep our records updated. Also, sometimes you find you’re not interested in the same clubs from year to year. This is the easiest way for us to keep up with all of your choices to provide you the best experience possible!
Please fill out the “Student Image and Name Opt-Out Form” in the Student and Parent Handbook. To find the most current version of the Handbook, look at the Quick Links on your Student Dashboard.
All of our clubs must have an academic basis. We cannot have any clubs that are religious, political, or support in nature due to our school accreditation.
Option for students from Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands impacted by Hurricanes Maria and Irma.
Course options with flexible start dates, available year-round.
A full-time public school following the traditional school year. Spring 2018 enrollment is open for select grades: K-2 from 10/16 to 1/19 and grades 6-8 from 10/30 to 12/6.
FLVS courses available through your school district
Tuition-based courses for students outside of Florida