Courses

Students can earn a standard 24 credit Florida High School Diploma or choose the 18 credit ACCEL option. 

English Language Arts 


English 1
English 2
English 3
English 4
Intensive Reading (only for students needing extra help with reading) 

Social Studies

World History
US History
American Government
Economics with Financial Literacy

Mathematics

Algebra 1A
Algebra 1B
Geometry
Math for College Readiness

Science

Marine Science
Environmental Science
Biology

Fine and Performing Arts

Aerospace Engineering

Physical Education

Personal Fitness (online through FLVS)
Outdoor Education  
Water Safety

Electives

Leadership Skills Development
Leadership Techniques
Leadership Strategies
Approaches to Leadership
Private Pilot Ground School
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
UAS Security
UAS Ops Cross Country Data
UAS Applications in Aerial Photography
Construction Technology
Carpentry
Masonry
Concrete Finishing

World Languages

Spanish 1
Spanish 2
Chinese 1
Chinese 2

ACCEL Graduation Option

Students in pursuit of the 18-credit ACCEL have the same requirements as a standard diploma when it comes to math, science, English, social studies and arts. Students will complete three elective credits instead of the eight required in the standard diploma option. Additionally, they will not be required to complete physical education, or the online course.  All graduation paths include opportunities to take rigorous academic courses designed to prepare students for their future academic and career choices. All students, regardless of the graduation program, must still earn a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and achieve passing scores state-mandated assessments, as adopted, in order to graduate.  The Academy will communicate promotion and graduation criteria to parents upon student's enrollment, through the parent/student handbook, and through the Academy’s website. The Academy will send home a copy of the student's current graduation plan twice a year (at the end of each semester when credits are earned) so that parents are informed of their child's progress toward graduation. Parents are kept informed of their child's progress formally in writing via a report card distributed at the end of each quarter/grading period. Parents have constant online access to their child's grades through the student information system (SIS) and may schedule conferences and contact teachers as necessary.