The Florida Virtual School will be offering a series of new classes focused on developing the workforce skills of students starting in the upcoming 2021-221 school year.
Overall there are eight programs that students will be able to take, which includes: Environmental science featuring the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, cybersecurity essentials and introduction to hospitality and tourism, Agricultural Communications 2, Hebrew 1, M/J Visual Art 1, M/J Visual Art 2, Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diploma Program and Cambridge AICE Diploma Program.
"The new courses at FLVS are preparing students for the most in-demand jobs globally, which according to the same Employment Outlook Survey, includes positions in IT and data, operations and logistics, marketing and sales, and manufacturing and production," FLVS stated in a press release. "The courses are now open for enrollment and are a mix of core and elective courses for grades 6-12 (and) tuition-free for Florida students."
To learn more about the programs, go to https://www.flvs.net/new-courses/.