FLVS has added new courses in an effort to make your online schooling experience as enriching and exciting as it can be. Let’s take a look a some of the new courses in the course catalog that you can take next semester.
Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
This course is the first of three Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses students will be able to take to receive an industry certification. This is a great course option for students interested in the Tourism and Hospitality field as both a sample course and a great achievement to put on college applications assuming the student finishes all three courses.
FLVS has added this new language course as a way to expand the bilingual borders of students by teaching modern Hebrew in two semesters. In this course, students will learn the basics of modern Hebrew. This course can be taken for one credit as an elective.
M/J Visual Arts
FLVS knows art is a way for students to not only express themselves but cultivate creativity in young minds. We welcome this new addition to the art electives that has not one, but two connected middle school arts courses.
Cyber Security Essentials
This course takes a dive into the field industry of Cybersecurity. This course can also be taken to earn a certificate in the field of study. This course takes students through the fundamentals of cybersecurity and offers opportunities to learn about careers in the field. This is a nice course to test out your passion for cybersecurity and, even better, another great achievement to put in your college applications.
Like our Marine Science course, this course will take you underwater with the Guy Harvey Foundation. In this course, students will learn more about human environmental impact and learn what it takes to build an environmentally stable tomorrow.
Agriculture Communications 2
As a nice addition to Agriculture Communications 1, this course is a follow-up for anyone who loved the first course. Here students can learn more about keeping communities informed about supportable farming and agriculture, as well as the resources necessary to do so. This course can also be taken to receive an industry certification.
AP Capstone Program
This program consists of two courses to build students up for college readiness: AP Seminar and AP Research. AP courses are also known as Advanced Placement courses. These courses will strengthen research and writing skills of students, not only for college, but for life.
Learn more about these courses below or at flvs.net/whatsnew.