• Elementary K-5 Program Options

    Full-time virtual education for elementary students (K-5) is provided through our district partnership with K12-a Stride Company and Edgenuity Virtual Academy.  Prior to enrolling, careful consideration must be given to the choice of virtual education for each child and family.

    Full-time virtual school students participate in all Florida State Assessments (FSA) and local assessments.  State assessments must be taken in person on specified dates.

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    How Online Learning Works

    K-5 Eligibility to Participate in the Elementary Full-Time Virtual Instruction Program

    1.  A parent or guardian must be with the student during each school day to provide services as a Learning Coach and record required attendance 5 days a week.

    2. Children who are five years old on or before September 1 of the school year of enrollment are eligible to start kindergarten in August of that school year.

    3. To enter first grade, a child must be six years old on or before September 1 of the school year of enrollment and must have successfully completed kindergarten (Florida Statute 1003.21).

    4. Reside in Palm Beach County.

    Application for full-time enrollment for 2023-2024 grades K-12 is closed.

    The application window for next school year, 2024-2025, will open April 15, 2024

    Click here for Full-Time Enrollment information (link)

    Accelerated Option for Elementary Students to take 6th Grade Math

    As a component of our Virtual Learning Acceleration Options in Public Education, eligible students requiring math acceleration to the middle school level can elect to receive instruction online through Palm Beach Virtual School Franchise, while attending their brick-and-mortar school.
    The Acceleration Project provides a teacher who monitors the student's progress, provides feedback on performance, and communicates with parents regarding the student's work.
    The child's school of enrollment must approve all acceleration course requests.  Please contact your current school counselor for more information.

    Click here for more information

    Click here for the SDPBC K-12 Student Progression Plan