21st Century Choices for 21st Century Students
Lyman High School and Seminole County Schools recognizes that today’s students learn in different ways, at different rates, and on different schedules. Our schools now offer the flexibility to accommodate today’s students and families through a variety of programs:
- Magnet schools
- Programs of Emphasis
- Virtual Education
- Part-time Virtual coursework for students in K-12
- Alternative Scheduling
- Acceleration Opportunities
- Credit Recovery and Remediation
- Blended schedules that permit students to take some face-to-face courses and some virtual courses
SCPS students have the opportunity to choose the education pathway - that best suits their learning style, personal interests and academic strengths. Examples of the expanded choices include middle and high school computer labs that will be open for extended hours so students can access virtual classes beyond the school day, which allows students to either attend school during traditional hours or create a flexible schedule. High School students will also have the opportunity to participate in college level courses through the Advanced Placement Program, college dual enrollment and access to courses (including online courses) in the State University System. Students can matriculate credits towards an A.A. or A.S degree while still enrolled in high school.
The future of learning is now at Seminole County Schools. Please contact your guidance counselor to discuss your ePathway or contact ePathways at firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-871-7287.