|Posted on August 12, 2016 at 10:50 AM||comments (3)|
Home School Students and Parents Beware............
Did you know that your School District is not obligated to issue any documentation to support that you have met the District of State graduation requirements? Before committing to the Home School option clarify with your District about what their role in your child's education is.
Also, for those choosing to earn their Home School Credits through Florida Virtual School (FLVS) or any Virtual School read the fine print. Florida Virtual does not issue High School Diplomas to “Seniors” completing courses with their program under their Part-Time aka FLEX program. You must be a Full Time Senior registered FLVS as a Full-Time FLVS Student before FLVS will issue you a High School Diploma or Certificate of Completion. Please read the fine print because their web site does advise you of this.
We just help a young man who was about to lose a $75,000 scholarship because neither FLVS nor his Home School Office would provide documentation to support that he met the District or State graduation requirements. Don't lose out on opportunities because you aren't aware of what the pitfalls of your chosen educational program could be.
|Posted on June 16, 2016 at 4:20 PM||comments (0)|
It's graduation time and many students are crossing the stage. However, not all walks are equal. What happens if your student receives a Certificate of Completion (COC) instead of a High School Diploma? Well the good news is, it's not the end of the world! Please don't run to a GED Program because it isn't necessary. Your student is just a test away from being issued their High School Diploma so let them live.:)