In order to protect the health and safety of employees, staff, and students, all those who access Pasco County School locations must self-screen for symptoms and other risk factors of COVID-19 daily. If you answer YES to any of the questions, you should NOT be on a school campus or school district office. All three self-screeners – the Student Self-Screener, the Employee Self-Screener, and the Visitor Self-Screener – are accessible from the district’s COVID-19 protocols page and are posted on each school web page.

Registration Options and Course Lists

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Elementary

Information on the Elementary registration option can be found on the Elementary page

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Registration for ALL Full-Time Students

If you want to become a full-time student at Pasco eSchool choose the corresponding program links below.

Full-time Elementary

Full-time Middle School

Full-time High School

ACCESS POINTS Virtual Program

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Registration for Shared Pasco Schools Students

If you are a full-time student at a PUBLIC bricks and mortar school in PASCO COUNTY with a Pasco County student ID number and you would like to register for one or more courses with Pasco eSchool, please click above to register for a course.

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Part-time Registration for Non-Pasco, Private, and Charter students

If you are a full-time student at a brick and mortar school in a different county,  private school, or charter school and you would like to register for one or more classes with Pasco eSchool, please click above to register for a course. If you want to become a full-time student please use the full-time link on this page.

PLEASE NOTE: STATE ONLINE COURSE REQUIREMENTS

By Florida Statute, beginning with students entering grade 9 in the 2011-2012 school year, at least one course must be completed through online learning. An online high school course taken during grades 6 through 12 fulfills this requirement. A course can be a semester-long or a year-long to fulfill this requirement, but a full course must be completed to meet the requirement (i.e. completing one semester of a year-long course does not meet the requirement, but completing one semester of a semester course does).