K-12 Programs

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND PATHWAY OPTIONS 

The school offers a variety of online academic programs and pathway options, as outlined below:

PROGRAMS:

Elementary K-5 - The elementary school curriculum focuses on the four core subject areas: English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, and Social Studies. The program also includes electives. General Education is the only pathway.

Middle 6-8 - The middle school curriculum focuses on the four core subject areas: English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, and Social Studies. The program also includes electives. There are two (2) pathways: General Education and Advanced.

High 9-12 - The high school curriculum focuses on the core subject areas of English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, and Social Studies, and a number of electives to develop college and career readiness skills and meet graduation requirements. There are four (4) diploma pathway options and a Dual Enrollment pathway option.

PATHWAY OPTIONS:

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, K-5:

General Education - Core instruction in grades K-5 is guided by the Florida State Standards. Students begin annually taking state assessments in Grade 3.

MIDDLE SCHOOL, 6-8:

General Education - Core instruction in grades 6-8 is guided by the Florida State Standards. Students annually  take state assessments.

Advanced - Core instruction in grades 6-8 is guided by the Florida State Standards. Students annually take state assessments. Advanced and honors courses require a greater demand on students through increased academic rigor. Academic rigor is obtained through the application, analysis, evaluation, and creation of complex ideas that are often abstract and multi-faceted. Students are challenged to critically think about the content they are learning.

HIGH SCHOOL, 9-12:

24 credit Standard diploma - This pathway option may take four (4) years to complete and requires students to take at least 24 credits in core content areas and electives. Students are also required to annually take and pass state assessments to satisfy graduation requirements. World language credit is not required, although it is recommended for state college preparation and is required for admission to Florida’s state universities.

24 credit Scholar diploma - The Scholar designation denotes that the student has taken college preparatory classes. Advanced and honors courses require a greater demand on students through increased academic rigor. Academic rigor is obtained through the application, analysis, evaluation, and creation of complex ideas that are often abstract and multi-faceted. Students are challenged to critically think about the content they are learning. This pathway option may take four (4) years to complete. In order to earn the Scholar designation on a standard high school diploma, a student must satisfy at least 24 credits in core content areas and electives. Students are also required to annually take and pass state assessments to satisfy graduation requirements.

18 credit CTE diploma - The CTE program pathway option may take three (3) years to complete and provides the education and certification necessary to work in a particular career or technical field. Programs are flexible for students and provide industry-specific education and training for a wide variety of occupations. Students are also required to annually take and pass state assessments to satisfy graduation requirements. Please refer to the CTE Program section for more information.

18 credit ACCEL diploma pathway - The ACCEL pathway option may take three (3) years to complete. This diploma is awarded to adult students who have met all of the requirements to receive a standard diploma based on the Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL) options. Students are also required to annually take and pass state assessments to satisfy graduation requirements.

Dual Enrollment - Please refer to the Dual Enrollment Program section for more information.

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