The Robots are Here!

Click to learn more information about joining the Pasco eSchool Robotics Club!

Signs of Marine Life

Check out this amazing video of Pasco eSchool’s ASL students practicing their learning at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.

Let’s Code!

Join Pasco eSchool for our NEW elementary coding course and for Hour of Code!  Click to learn more!

Mark Your Calendars!

Check out the latest offerings from Pasco eSchool teachers on our new live lesson schedule!

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If your eSchool course is on Canvas, you must take the Canvas orientation before you begin your course.

Testing the Water

These Pasco eSchool students collected water samples during a kayak tour of the estuary at Pasco County’s Energy & Marine Center (EMC).  After their return, students conducted a water quality analysis on their samples.

Lending a Hand

Our helpful middle school students lent a hand at the Hernando Primate Animal Sanctuary, feeding animals and cleaning areas around the animal enclosures.

Fraction Attraction

Our elementary students got together to study fractions using some colorful math manipulatives.

Student Showcase

Literary Memory Book

In this assignment, Jocelyn M. used her creativity to take readers on ...

Candy Color Distribution

In AP Statistics, Joy L., created this fabulous presentation, which started with ...

Human Influence on Population

This seventh grade student, Lucas D., created a website to present a ...

A Red Blood Cell’s Voyage

For Biology, this student created a blog full of vivid graphics to ...

Recolor the Earth

In this computer programming assignment, Bradley E. was asked to use Java ...

PSA Against Discrimination

Sociology student, Jaycee W., created this video. The assignment was to make ...

Yankee Doodle Dandy

This student created a jazz rendition of Yankee Doodle for an improv assignment in ...

Math Rap

This Pasco eSchool student created a rap for exponential and logarithmic functions ...

What are People Saying About Pasco eSchool?

Virtual school has been very beneficial for my daughter in that it allows her to be more creative, makes it possible for her to accompany me on trips and still complete work, and seems to promote a closer working relationship between the student and teacher as there is almost instant feedback and he/she is available via phone or email at nearly every time we need them.

– 2011 Parent Survey Response -

Any time, any place, any pace and any path…it says it all. As a family we have complete control over these very important parameters. The students get 150% more personal and one-on-one attention from the teachers. The students can re-submit an assignment. This enables them to better understand the objective of the lesson if perhaps they became tired, hurried or the like in the completion thereof. This results not only in a better understanding of the lesson but also an increase in self confidence and self esteem because of better grades/success in the course.

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It makes my daughter think more, and she has learned so much more in virtual school than in her public school. She has not had to worry about the other kids that do drugs, bullying, or violence.

– 2010 Parent Survey Response -

One of the best things about Pasco eSchool is that my child gets one on one attention from his teachers without interruptions.

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The flexibility is amazing!!  You can work any time and from any place. My son can do the classes when it is convenient for us.

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The lessons can be done at the students pace. It allows the family to be together while the student learns. The parents can be more involved in what the student is learning and can incorporate other activities, discussions, and field trips to correspond with what is being learned.

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Thank you for all the great teachers of the online school. This is the first time in many years that I felt comfortable with my child’s education.

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It allowed my daughter to take a course that would otherwise not be available to her.

– 2011 Parent Survey Response -

Dual Enrollment

Any upcoming Junior or Senior that has an unweighted GPA of a 3.0 or greater and is interested in Dual Enrollment next school year- there is an open house at PHSC on April 28th from 530-730 at the West Campus. Information and question regarding Dual enrollment will be answered.

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ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES! Are you interested to becoming a full-time college student? Do you want to have the opportunity to earn an A.A. or A.S. degree, or an industry certification? Are you going to be an 11th or 12th grader next year? Do you have a GPA of 3.0 or higher? Do you have […]

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ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS! Are you interested to becoming a full-time college student? Do you want to have the opportunity to earn credits toward an A.A. or A.S. degree, or an industry certification? Do you have a GPA of 3.0 or higher? Do you have college-ready PERT scores in Reading, Writing and Math? Are you […]

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AP Exam Order Form

AP Exam Order Form 2014-15 The College Board requires that AP Exams for Virtual School Students be ordered by the zoned school in the district where the student lives or the traditional school in which the student is enrolled. We greatly appreciate the help of our school counselors in providing this testing opportunity to Pasco […]

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Hour of Code 2014

Join the world’s largest event dedicated to helping students learn more about computer coding! Together with leading industry experts, we’ve assembled a list of some of the most interesting resources to help you up your level of expertise.  Joining this great event is as easy as 1, 2, 3: 1.  Check out these great options […]

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