FLVS & IRSC

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IRSC

New Hope Academy has a matriculation agreement with Indian River State College that allows students to take classes from the web-based College system. Parents should be aware that the teachers and course material are provided by the state; therefore, the choice of curriculum content is waived. The Virtual School does give students the opportunity to take courses with no cost for materials, or paying a tutor. There is some flexibility in the student's day-to-day schedule; it's not 8:00-3:00 like a conventional classroom. But, there are course deadlines the student must meet to earn credit. If a student is enrolled in a course, the grade, whether good or bad, will become a part of that student's permanent record unless he or she withdraws from the classes before the withdrawal date deadline.

To Enroll in IRSC

If you are enrolled in New Hope Academy you are in a Private School NOT a homeschooler. You need to identify yourself as a student in New Hope Academy in Martin County so we receive your records. It's a part of the Student Profile described below under "Physical School Information."

Step 1:             

Go to the web site https://www.irsc.edu/admissions/register-for-class.html 

●Under "Students" click the "Florida Residents sign up here" tab. It's under the Where do you start?          
●Choose number 2) Start the Sign Up Process (Big Click Here Button)
● A page titled STUDENT profile.

Step 2:

Once the Student Profile is complete you will need to:

1) Pick the classes you wish to enroll in with preferred start dates.

2) Setup the Parent Profile, including password, so you can approve the student's course choices and monitor his/her progress.

Sep 3:

Call the school office and let us know you have signed up for classes, so we can go online to approve them, and add them to the student's academic plan.

Fill out your Curriculum Form and return it to the office by the deadline. 

FLVS

New Hope Academy has a matriculation agreement with the Florida Virtual School that allows students to take classes from the web-based public school system. Parents should be aware that the teachers and course material are provided by the state; therefore, the choice of curriculum content is waived. The Virtual School does give students the opportunity to take courses with no cost for materials, or paying a tutor. There is some flexibility in the student's day-to-day schedule; it's not 8:00-3:00 like a conventional classroom. But, there are course deadlines the student must meet to earn credit. If a student is enrolled in a course, the grade, whether good or bad, will become a part of that student's permanent record unless he or she withdraws from the classes before the withdrawal date deadline.

Courses that will not be approved:

Because of the change in the scientific method taught in the textbooks used by the Florida Virtual School, New Hope Academy will not approve course requests for science courses through FLVS..

In addition, most history and social studies courses will not be approved because a revision of history, is not history. A social indoctrination based on the philosophy of socialists and humanists is not balanced with a true understanding of history or thought.


           

To Enroll in FLVS

If you are enrolled in New Hope Academy you are in a Private School NOT a homeschooler. You need to identify yourself as a student in New Hope Academy in Martin County so we receive your records. It's a part of the Student Profile described below under "Physical School Information."

Step 1:             

Go to the web site http://www.flvs.net/Pages?default.apx

●Under "Students" click the "Florida Residents sign up here" tab. It's under the Where do you start?          
●Choose number 2) Start the Sign Up Process 
● A page titled STUDENT profile.

 

Private School Student 

 The private school is in Martin County.  

 Choose New Hope Academy International (2732) from the drop down list.

 

Step 2:

Once the Student Profile is complete you will need to:

1) Pick the classes you wish to enroll in with preferred start dates.

2) Setup the Parent Profile, including password, so you can approve the student's course choices and monitor his/her progress.

Sep 3:

Call the school office and let us know you have signed up for classes, so we can go online to approve them, and add them to the student's academic plan.

Fill out your Curriculum Form and return it to the office by the deadline.