Volusia Virtual School

Volusia County offers students both virtual and blended learning environments that:

  • give students freedom to learn in their own time, in their own space;
  • provide flexibility and immediate feedback;
  • customize courses for an individualized learning path;
  • contribute to the development of time management, self-discipline, and problem-solving;
  • prepare students for end-of-course exams, FCAT, Advanced Placement exams, SAT, ACT, and online graduation requirement; and,
  • provide instruction with highly qualified Volusia County teachers who are certified by the State of Florida.

Learn with this letter provided by VCS and more at http://volusiaonlinelearning.com

FLVS (Florida Virtual School)

Courses are delivered over the Internet. To assure student success with virtual learning, a variety of web-based, technology-based and traditional resources are provided. Teachers communicate with students and parents on a regular basis via phone, email, online chats, instant messaging, and discussion forums.

Learn more about Florida Virtual School or visit their website at www.flvs.net

Dual Enrollment

Why choose Dual Enrollment?

  • College courses and textbooks are free to public school students
  • Earn free college credits while still in high school and save money.

Requirements for Dual Enrollment

  • Must have completed one high school course
  • Unweighted HS GPA of 3.0 (does not apply to Homeschool) and passing score ACT, SAT or PERT tests
  • Vocational credit programs require unweighted HS GPA of 2.0 and passing score on TABE test and must intend on completling the entire vocational certificate program
  • Home-schooled students must be registred with the school district as a home-schooled student, complete an home school affadavit, and sign a home-schooled articulation agreement


For questions, speak with our Guidance department. For DSC dual enrollment information, call 386.506.3661 or email [email protected]