Residency Requirement (Florida Students):
Students shall be considered Florida students and thus qualify for free access to FLVS courses if any of the following criteria are met:
- Be enrolled in a FEFP participating Florida K-12 public school, or
- Be enrolled and in good standing as a home education student with a Florida public school district, or
- Be enrolled in an affiliated Florida private school and whose legal guardian is a Florida resident, or
- Be the child of a military parent as defined in the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Children whose home station is a Florida military base and attend a local private or public school or register with a Florida district as a home-education student. Military status and eligibility is granted by the district of residence. Private school students will be required to provide a copy of the military order to prove eligibility. Click here to go to the FLDOE Military website for more information.
Age Requirement for Part Time Students:
Students in Kindergarten–12th grade are now eligible to enroll in FLVS® PT.
Students in Kindergarten–5th grade must meet one of the following eligibility requirements:
- Student spent the prior year in attendance at a public school.
- Student is a dependent child of a member of the armed forces whose parent was transferred in the last 12 months.
- Student was enrolled in a district virtual instruction program, K–8 virtual school program, or a full time Florida virtual school program the previous year.
- Student is eligible to enter Kindergarten or first grade.
- Student has a sibling currently enrolled in a full time Florida virtual instruction program who was enrolled in that program the prior year.
- Student is eligible to enter grades 2–5 and is enrolled in a full time virtual program.
Contact your child's guidance counselor to determine if FLVS Part Time is the right option for your family and and what next steps to take.
For full time options, click here.
FLVS will enroll eligible students through age 19. Students must complete all course enrollments prior to their 21st birthday.
Exceptional education students who have not earned a standard diploma remain eligible for educational services through the end of the school year in which they become twenty-two years old. (IDEA.97-300.121(a))