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Student Clubs

Are you looking for an opportunity to explore interests outside your classes and meet other students?

You can enhance your middle and high school years by becoming involved in one or more of the student activities at FLVS. Read more about each of our clubs through the following links. 

Applications for this school year are currently closed. Club applications will open up for next school year in July 2017. If you have questions please contact Mrs. Mae Martin (memartin@flvs.net). We look forward to you coming back to apply in July and being a part of FLVS Clubs.

Already a member of one of our clubs?

View club meeting times and events in the calendar at the bottom of this page. Contact your club sponsor for details or other events specific to your club. 

If you love Algebra, Geometry and Calculus (oh my!), then join the Beta Delta Sigma Math Club at FLVS. Members participate in math competitions and tutor other students in Algebra 1.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Alicia Slater at aslater@flvs.net

Do you like to read? Always wish you had friends to talk about those amazing books you read? It looks like this club is a match for you then! The Book Club will read three books each school year and will provide a way for you to discuss all the aspects of the novel. Join if you want to participate in games with a literary theme, analyze characters, predict twists, or just discuss a good story!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Ms. Jennifer Waldrop at jwaldrop@flvs.net.

If you love playing chess all the time, enjoy playing occasionally, or just wish you knew how to play or play it better, then this club is for you. Rooks Nook Members meet to learn techniques and tips to become a better chess player. Then, members participate in the most exciting part of the meeting…playing chess! This club is a member of the United States Chess Federation and plays ranked games and tournaments.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Angelica Goldman at agoldman@flvs.net

If you love to write, then we have the club for you! Join the FLVS Creative Writing Club and chat with others about your latest work. Learn how to improve your writing, tips for getting published, and more. Students also participate in month long national writing experiences like National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo).

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Katie Emery at kemery@flvs.net

Have you been bitten by the theater bug? Were you singing before you could talk? If you have an interest in music, drama or art, then this club is for you. Join together with other students to create virtual productions.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Nicole Calafrancesco at ncalafrancesco@flvs.net

FITT stands for Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type. Staying fit is not only important - it is fun! And fitness is more than just exercise. Our mission is to educate and promote healthy lifestyle choices for all family members through exercise infused with technology.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Mrs. Amy Gold at agold@flvs.net or Tabatha Harris at tharris@flvs.net.

The French Honor Society is open to 9th-12th graders with at least a 3.0 GPA and an A average in French. Students should be currently enrolled in segment 2 of French 2 or higher. Members will participate in Congrès and the National French Contest. In addition, they will plan activities for National French week as well as activities throughout the year to promote the French language and culture.

Dues are $25 for seniors and $10.00 for underclassmen.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Amy Mangum at amangum@flvs.net.

FBLA is a club that is open to all FLVS Full Time students who are home schooled or who attend a public/private school that does not have an active FBLA chapter. FBLA is a local, state, and national organization and is the oldest and largest career and technical organization in the nation for students preparing for careers in business leadership. FBLA prepares students for "real world" professional experiences. More than a quarter of a million students in 6,000 schools participate in this organization. FBLA provides travel opportunities, challenging competitions, scholarships and prizes, leadership development, community service experience, friendship, and fun. For more information about the variety of events included in FBLA, feel free to look at the Florida chapter site at: http://www.floridafbla-pbl.com. There is definitely an event that will interest you in this amazing organization!

Yearly Dues: $15

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Natalie Swan at nswan@flvs.net

History is created every day so join the Florida Virtual School History Club! We are planning activities like field trips to historical sites, book and movie discussion groups, talks with authors and historians, and so much more. Also, we will be competing in the Florida History Fair and in National History Day, as well as participating in the Library of Congress’s Veterans History Project. Has your interest been sparked? Join today!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Rachael McIntyre at rmcintyre@flvs.net

Are you looking for a different and exciting student experience? Do you like meeting new and interesting people? Does the idea of expanding your horizons into the global community sound interesting to you? The FLVS International Club’s goal is to create a student centered atmosphere around the cultures that we share. Activities of this club are designed to celebrate and promote an understanding and respect for the diverse cultures, languages, and heritages of the students in our school, local communities, and beyond. We hope to explore virtual and face-to-face field trips this upcoming year!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Mrs. Jessica Fresia at jfresia@flvs.net or Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson at ewilson@flvs.net

The FLVS Junior Classical League (Latin Club) is open to all students who enroll in Latin. All Latin students are encouraged to join! Members have the opportunity to compete on the regional and state levels against students from all over Florida. The JCL provides leadership and scholarship opportunities on local, state, and national levels. There are four national tests and live documentary session given each month for interested students. By joining the FLVS JCL, students automatically become part of the National Junior Classical League. There are over 50,000 members in approximately 1,200 chapters, located in almost every state and in several foreign countries. Established in 1936, the organization seeks to promote the study of Latin and Greek, to benefit students and teachers alike, and to impart an understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity. All students are welcome to participate in Latin Club, but please note that some activities, such as the National Latin Exam and regional/state competitions, are restricted to students who are taking/have taken a Latin course.

Yearly Dues: $10

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Mrs. Dara Taylor at dtaylor@flvs.net or Craig Bebergal at cbebergal@flvs.net

Grades 9-12 Only

Do you like meeting new people, traveling to new places, debating real world topics, making a change in the world? Then FLVSMUN is the club for you! Model United Nations is an authentic simulation of the U.N. General Assembly and other multilateral bodies. FLVSMUN teaches students how to use 21st century skills to address real world problems using collaboration, digital literacy, writing, diplomacy, and debate. As a member of the club you will travel around the state to attend Model United Nations conferences and discuss issues that affect your generation and future generations. FLVSMUN is a great extracurricular activity for college bound students. The club organizes the annual FLVS Human Rights Day and attends Model United Nations Conferences around the state. You will learn how to use 21st century skills to address real world problems using collaboration, digital literacy, writing, diplomacy, and debate.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Mae Martin at memartin@flvs.net

Grades 10-12 Only

The only online chapter of the National English Honor Society, the FLVS Cyber Scholar Chapter, consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have completed English 1 with a 3.0 or above, who have an overall GPA of 3.0, and, of course, have a love for language arts! Members of NEHS serve as tutors in the English tutor room, which is available to FLVS English and Language Arts students. The club also hosts several online book discussions, the African American Read In, and other fun events throughout the year.

Students New to NEHS Dues: $25
Returning NEHS Dues: $10

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Ms. Jennifer Jabo at jjabo@flvs.net

Grades 9-12 Only

FLVS-FT Students Only. The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. It is estimated that more than one million students participate in activities of NHS and there are chapters in all 50 states, as well as many US territories. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

NHS is for eligible 10-12 graders that have been with FLVS FT for at least 1 semester. NHS is not open for students who are new to FLVS FT or Homeschooled students who take 6 or more classes with FLVS through their county.  The application on the website is not the application for NHS. During the application period of October 3-14, an email will be sent out to all eligible candidates through their FLEX email with the NHS application attached.  All applications will be reviewed after the application period closes and candidates will receive an email with their application final decision.  

For more information on the FLVS-FT program, click here.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Deana Tuzzolino at dtuzzolino@flvs.net

Most high schools have a student newspaper. Why should FLVS be any different? We certainly have stories to tell. Our students come from a variety of interesting backgrounds and we have the advantage of technology. FLVS Newspaper Club students publish News in a Click, our online newspaper. Our meetings consist of a journalism topic discussion, collaborative writing session, or brainstorming article ideas. You will also work with our student editors, who will help you refine your piece before it is finalized and published. We need reporters and photographers on our staff, so apply today!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Jenni Newton at jnewton@flvs.net

Grades 9-12 Only

Peer Tutors volunteer one or more hours a week to assist other students with concepts in varying levels of math or science. They also help other students develop good study skills. You must have a microphone and speakers (or a headset) and commit to at least one hour per week of tutoring. You also must have completed the subject(s) you wish to tutor and be one subject ahead. Come help other students be successful while reinforcing your own knowledge of course material! Enhance your communication skills while earning community service hours and building your resume!

For more information, contact club sponsor, Reema Tamney (FLVS Flex students) or Rae Post (FLVS Full Time students)

Click here for more information on how to join.

Grades 10-12 Only

The National Science Honor Society is open to juniors and seniors with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Students should be enrolled in or have taken at least two Honors or AP science courses during or prior to the school year in which they join the club. Members will work with the FLVS Science Club on Science Fair, Science Olympiad, and other science events.

Yearly Dues: $20

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Marti Dayton at mdayton@flvs.net

This club holds elections in the fall for our class cabinet (president, vice president, secretary and marketing). Candidates get to participate in a brief campaign and then members of the senior class vote for the candidates. Once elected, those candidates are responsible for planning and hosting bi-monthly class meetings for seniors to promote camaraderie and friendships among the seniors. Seniors also have the opportunity to help host the schoolwide pep rally, participate in Grad Bash at Universal Studios in Orlando in the spring and it is through the senior class meetings that students prepare for graduation in June.

This club is open to FLVS FT seniors only.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Jessica Middleton at jmiddleton@flvs.net

The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) is an honor society sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. The mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high achievement in Spanish and Portuguese and to promote interest in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian studies. Any secondary school student who has maintained an honors average in the study of Spanish or Portuguese for a minimum of three semesters and is in the 10th grade or higher is eligible to be a member.

Open to students in FLVS-FT who are taking or have taken Spanish 2 and Spanish 3 Honors.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mr. Paul Werner at pawerner@flvs.net

This Spanish Club encourages authentic Spanish experiences to practice the language and helps students develop a cultural awareness among Hispanic and American cultures in the United States and abroad. All levels and fluencies of Spanish are welcome! Meeting times are flexible and all are recorded to view at your convenience. Some activities include: preparing an authentic Hispanic dish, learning a Latin style dance or song, Spanish media, featured celebrities, field trips, learning about Spanish-Speaking countries and language differences, pen-pals, special guests, games, leadership opportunities, tutoring, and making AMIGOS! Check the SNAP website for more information!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Maria Campbell at mcampbell@flvs.net

Let’s get ready to DEBATE! If you want to develop your public speaking skills and learn how to effectively make your point clear, you should join the Speech and Debate Club. Participate in public speaking and debate events to develop your speaking ability and to increase your confidence.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Ms. Lisa Whittaker at lwhittaker@flvs.net or Brian Berry at bberry@flvs.net

The STEM/Science club promotes science and STEM careers, as well as providing a forum for like-minded students to share science interests. The "Curiosity Club" as we call ourselves, has special guest speakers, participates in monthly engineer design challenges, participates in a canned food drive for the holidays, and gets to have photos taken from the International Space Station! Join us for lots of fun adventures in not only science, but technology, engineering and math!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Linda Childs at lchilds@flvs.net

Are you an FLVS fan? Do you enjoy telling others about your experience? Are you interested in trying out new courses? Would you like to learn how to be a Blackboard Collaborate moderator and presenter? You might be interested in being a FLVS Student Ambassador! Student Ambassadors are needed now more than ever at FLVS. We need students that are willing to speak out about their experiences at various events and times throughout the year and to serve as a positive role model in their communities. Come spread the FLVS love with us!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Reema Tamney at rtamney@flvs.net.

Grades 9-12 Only. Invite only.

Do you want to make a difference? Join our student council to help make decisions for the betterment of the students at Florida Virtual School and to try your hand at leadership.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Jennifer Newton at jnewton@flvs.net

Are you interested in creating websites, programming, or other forms of technology? This club will allow you to use and develop your skill to gain technology experience while serving the community by participating in projects. There is no skill level needed to join, but you must have taken or be taking a computer class in order to join.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Lisa Bartram-Rodriguez at eBartremRodriguez@flvs.net or Charlyne Walker at cwalker@flvs.net

Understand that the main purpose of driver education is to help you learn the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed for greater safety both as an operator of an automobile and as a pedestrian. The mission and purpose of the FLVS Driver's Education Club is to create a safe driving environment for teens! We work together to help teens learn the skills and attitudes needed for driving safety not only as a driver, but as a passenger. We also work to create public service announcements around the state on how to drive distraction free. Ready to make a difference in driving laws? Join us today.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Ms. Robin Sims at rsims@flvs.net or Sara Wiggins at swiggins@flvs.net

The Video Productions Club allows students to be creative and use their imaginations to create different types of video, audio, or print media. To use interviews, digital storytelling and peer collaboration to create and produce their very own video series to be shared with peers. This club is great way to get leadership experience for those college applications in a creative and fun way. So come join us we need, writers, video production managers, group leaders, production club president, fashionestias for set advice/design, video, movie and digital enthusiast, camera assistants and more!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Christina Salas-Pierce at csalaspierce@flvs.net

If you have strong writing, editing, and English skills, join the staff of the Literary Magazine to help in the publication of Virge. Students will meet at least monthly to review student submissions and plan the layout of the literary magazine which is published twice a year.

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For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Cindy Knoblauch at cknoblauch@flvs.net

If you have a knack for science, join us on this unique forum to research a topic of interest within the sciences. Share your inspiration with others and participate in school, state, and national wide science fairs!

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For more information, contact club sponsor, Mrs. Kim Cloran at kcloran@flvs.net

Unbound is FLVS’s yearbook and it is a collection of layouts designed by FLVS students to depict student life, clubs, and events throughout the school year. Want to be a part of the staff that creates this amazing book? Join today!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsors, Mrs. Janice Haramis at jharamis@flvs.net

Full Time Middle School Clubs

Builders club is an international student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. The goal of Builders Club is to develop competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service.

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For more information, contact club sponsor, Laura Wilson at lwilson@flvs.net

As you begin the early stages of greater independence and responsibility as a middle level student, you may discover that you excel in your studies, have an interest in leadership and service, and have a thirst for challenge and accomplishment. National Junior Honor Society serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Service, Leadership, Character, and Citizenship. Through exclusive resources, programs, and services, members have a unique opportunity to prepare for their next steps in life. Membership truly lays the groundwork for lifelong success. Students in grades 6–8 with the FLVS FT Middle School who meet the requirements for membership outlined by their school's chapter are eligible to be invited for membership. Students must be in their second semester of sixth grade for consideration.

Please note the following:

  • Students must be enrolled with the Full-Time Middle School (FLEX students do not meet the NJHS national requirements for membership)
  • Membership is by invite only. Invitations are sent out once a year at the beginning of the spring semester

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Nikki Wilson at niwilson@flvs.net.

FLVS FT MS, do you want to make a difference in your middle school? Join our student council to help make decisions for the benefit of you, Megabytes, at Florida Virtual School and to try your hand at leadership.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Kerry Pirrone at kpirrone@flvs.net

Student Television Network (STN) is an international non-profit association that supports, promotes, and recognizes excellence in scholastic broadcast journalism, creative video, filmmaking and media convergence for middle and high school students and teachers. Some of these opportunities include middle school contests with an emphasis on quality storytelling and journalistic ethics. On their own, students will plan, write, shoot, and edit videos for categories like feature story and public service announcement. Then, the teacher uploads the entry to the STN Dashboard (which is NOT public, unless they win an award). Here is a link to last year's Challenge winners. And here is a link to some of the other STN Contests. Prior to the contests, I like to work with students on practice prompts and discuss the judging criteria. After the contests, students receive judges feedback from industry professionals to help them learn and improve.

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Beth Kennedy at bkennedy@flvs.net

Yearbook is a collection of layouts designed by FLVS Middle School students to depict student life, clubs, and events throughout the school year. Want to be a part of the staff that creates this amazing book? Join today!

Click here for more information on how to join.

For more information, contact club sponsor, Nicole Calafrancesco at ncalafrancesco@flvs.net

Ready to join a club?

Complete the FLVS Clubs Application here.

Contact the club advisor or the clubs and activities coordinator at studentclubs@flvs.net for more information.


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