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eLearning at Taylor Middle-High School

Taylor Middle-High School's school-based e-Learning program is designed to allow students in grades 10-12 to progress through online coursework at their own pace in order to fulfill graduation requirements.  This program serves students who may benefit from a setting that is an alternative to the traditional school day.  Instead of moving from class to class, fulfilling a seven-period day, e-Learning students report to a computer lab on campus. 

Students and their teacher work in a blended learning environment which means that a bulk of the student’s coursework is done in a virtual setting while the teacher provides support in setting daily, weekly, and monthly academic goals for successful completion of required courses.  The eLearning teacher is trained in working one-on-one with students to support their individualized learning path.  

Seats are limited in this program.  Interested students must schedule an appointment with their School Counselor in order to be considered for the eLearning program.

Volusia Online Learning

Our district virtual program offers students both virtual and blended learning environments that:

  • allow students to accelerate their learning;
  • provide flexibility and immediate feedback;
  • customize courses for an individualized learning path
  • prepare students for end-of-course exams, FSA ELA, Advanced Placement exams, SAT, ACT, and online graduation requirement; and,
  • provide instruction with highly qualified Volusia County teachers who are available to work with students face-to-face
Visit http://volusiaonlinelearning.com for more information.

Florida Virtual School

FLVS is part of the Florida public education system and serves students in all 67 Florida districts.  FLVS also serves students, schools, and districts around the nation and world through tuition-based instruction, curriculum provision, and training.  FLVS offers more than 100 courses—including core subjects, world languages, electives, honors, and 14 Advanced Placement courses.  FLVS courses are accepted for credit and are transferable.

Visit http://www.flvs.net for more information.