The administration lies to both parents and students. It is nearly impossible to get them to respond. The administration thought it more important to attain more students rather than properly run their National Honor Society for the 2015-2016 school year. NHS advisor AND Vice Principal could not figure out how to fill out their part of the NHS scholarship for the seniors, so they just dropped the ball entirely. NHS elections were rigged by the same advisor. The "Director of Instruction" lied to us twice over the phone and by email. Wish they could be held accountable for their actions. Not the kind of role models you want for our high school students.
This school's 504 program is a JOKE. They don't care what your child's illness or struggle is, they don't even have a clue as to how to properly set up a testing environment. They keep throwing you from person to another.
A full and complete disaster. The principal is unavailable due to the fact that it's next to impossible to get their info out of the staff. Malfunctioning software and lousy teacher. Arrogant assistant principal. Useless customer support. If there is an issue - even with their communication system, it's the student's and a parent's fault. They demand that your child text the teacher's private phone for "assessment" as a "common" practice and disclose the availability of other options only after the parent interferes. My child thought the whole experience was grossly inappropriate, however, per their assistant principal, they can do no wrong and my child is not a "good fit" because he happens to think that it's gross when his teacher would call his personal phone or he would be required to call or text teacher's personal phone as a condition of the class.
This was our first year at FLVS and we absolutely loved it. I love it, my son loves it. Such a big difference than going to a physical school and not getting the time and attention to actually learn something. We worked at his pace and he has brought his grades way up. He's already saying that he wants to go all the way to graduation with FLVS. I do believe that's what is going to happen. Thank you FLVS !!!
Just barely a bit too much. I think some of the P assignments are a bit lengthy, but over all I love all of the classes that this school offers, including the computer classes where you learn how to use the Microsoft Office program including Power Point, Excel, and Word, as well as basic typing skills. This is third and fourth grade and I think it's a great thing!