About Pasco eSchool
Our Pasco eSchool franchise serves students K-12. For students in K-5, Pasco eSchool offers free enrollment in a full-year program featuring the best of tradition and innovation in education. Students and Learning Guides receive instructional oversight by highly qualified teachers, and apply the latest technology for online learning. For 6th-12th grade students, students may enroll in Pasco eSchool as part-time or full-time participants in this program. Public school, private school, charter school, home education students and students new to Pasco County are eligible to apply. To see a list of our courses and course descriptions, visit the course list at the bottom of the registration page.
Full-Time Students 6-12
All full-time 6-12 grade students enrolled in Pasco eSchool are expected to carry the full six course load as required. Exceptions to this policy are made in accordance with the District School Board of Pasco County’s Student Progression Plan.
Co-Enrolled (Part-Time) Students 6-12
This program allows students to attend public school for part of the day and take their remaining coursework online. The online course-work should follow the district’s Student Progression Plan and fulfill the requirements of the courses missed at school by leaving early for employment or family needs opportunities. Co-enrolled students earn a regular diploma from their zoned school and are permitted to participate in school sponsored activities, clubs, and sports, just as any other student attending the school. Students may participate in this program by taking any portion of their course-work online and at school. Students may also take additional courses outside of their traditional six period day with Pasco eSchool. Students will be required to take the FCAT at their zoned school.
Part-time students can enroll in our courses at any time and can complete each semester of coursework in an eighteen week window starting from the date of their enrollment. To register for an eSchool course go to the registration page.
Most high school courses can be taken for honors credit. During the registration process, you will be able to select the regular or honors version of the desired course, if it is available.