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High School Showcase
High School Showcase

All Volusia County high schools will be represented at the 17th Annual HS Showcase Event on December 8, 2022.  The event is being held at the Volusia County Fairgrounds/Tommy Lawrence Arena from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. The High School Showcase is an excellent opportunity for 7th and 8th grade students and their parents to learn about the outstanding programs available to high school students in Volusia County Schools.

School Administrators, teachers and students will be available to speak about the opportunities and programs, including Cambridge/AICE, IB, AP, Career Academies, Career & Technical Education courses, JROTC, extra-curricular clubs and activities, and fine and performing arts. There will also be over 20 district departments on site to answer questions about high school services.

The Cambridge/AICE, IB and Career Academy applications will be available online through the FOCUS Parent Portal beginning December 9, 2022.

VCS Storm Update
Storm Update

UPDATE 11/13 @ 9:00 AM - Bus stop relocation information has been posted in the Storm Resource Center.

Volusia County Schools has finished assessing all schools and district facilities after the storm. All have been found to be safe. 

School will resume this Monday, November, 14th. 

Make-up days will be announced soon. No decisions have been made yet. Stay safe.

 

Storm Resource Center

 

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