Click here to learn how to help stop bullying.
Students can now check their grades and more with the Student Portal. If you don't know your student account name or password, ask about it at your school.
For parents, access to grades is provided by the Parent Portal.
Click here to download the 2016-2017 Code of Student Conduct.
Click here to request a copy of a school transcript or backdated diploma.
Online resources and services for students. Student Portal
Polk County Public Schools is offering Microsoft Office 2016 for FREE to students! Office 2016 includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote by default on both Windows and Mac OS. Read more >>
Polk County Public Schools offer several acceleration programs for students who are performing above average academically, including Academically Challenging Curriculum to Enhance Learning (ACCEL), Advanced Placement (AP), Cambridge's Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE), Dual Enrollment, and International Baccalaureate (IB). To learn more about these programs click HERE.
The Free Recruiting Webinar provides answers to common questions concerning the collegiate athletic recruiting process for high school student-athletes, parents, counselors and coaches. All too often parents and high school student-athletes enter the recruiting process not properly prepared for the obstacles that await them.
If home school, full time virtual school, private school, or charter school students wish to participate in sports at the public high school they are zoned for, the parents must notify the Principal and/or the Athletic Director BEFORE the first day of practice for that sport in order to be eligible to participate in that sport. All FHSAA paperwork and eligibility requirements must also be completed before the students can begin any activities associated with that team.
Florida Virtual School and the Florida Safety Council have teamed up to take Driver's Education to the next level! Now, Polk County students can enroll in both the online Driver's Ed course and behind-the-wheel training for FREE! Students can complete the course in 6-8 weeks or can talk with their FLVS instructor about an accelerated 3-week pace plan.