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Lee Virtual School offering summer courses

By Staff | May 4, 2018

Middle and high school students can enroll now in Lee Virtual School’s summer courses.

Interested students should meet with their school counselors to sign up.

Students have access to many of the same courses as they would in a traditional school when taking summer courses online, but also get the flexibility of a dynamic schedule.

Students requesting courses should indicate Lee County Virtual School and a May 14 start date. It will allow them to work an abbreviated 10-week pace chart to complete one semester (0.5 credit) courses.

Driver education – Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education course – and HOPE are also available online and can be completed well within the timeframe.

Lee Virtual teachers are available to assist students throughout the week during the summer session.

Lee County is home to one of Florida’s top-ranked virtual schools. Lee Virtual Instruction Program is the only kindergarten through 12th grade accredited, online public school in the area.

For more information, contact Lee Virtual School at 239-337-8178.