FLVS program

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Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.

-Anthony J. D'Angelo

FLVS program

Picking A Major

Deciding what to study isn't always easy, especially when you're uncertain what jobs are available with certain majors. Here are some tools that might prove helpful.

Choosing A School

Once you have chosen a major, start making a list of schools. There are many things to consider when creating this list, including but not limited to reputation in a given field, percentage of applicants who are accepted, location, and price. These sites might help to help narrow down your choices.

Paying For College

College can e expensive, and this is especially true if you attend a school outside your home state. Below are some resources for finding grants and scholarships to help bear the costs.

  • Bright Futures Scholarship
    • 2018-2019 Rules & Guidelines​
    • Awards in Brief:
      • Florida Academic & Medallion Scholarships
      • Florida Gold Seal CAPE Scholarship
      • Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholarship
  • Florida Student Financial Aid
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • Federal Student Aid
  • Scholarship.com
  • FastWeb
  • US News Scholarship Search

Vocational Programs

While colleges and universities might be the right choice for many students, it isn't the only option. For some, a vocational or trade school might be a better fit.

Vocational/Trade programs are institutions dedicated to training students in the skills and knowledge necessary for a particular field. They're typically shorter than more academic degree courses, and far more practical and career-focused. These are some of the most common vocational programs:

  • Welding
  • Carpentry
  • Cosmetology
  • Plumbing
  • Locksmithing
  • Electrical installation and maintenance
  • Motorcycle and automotive repair
  • Floral design
  • Medical transcription
  • Hotel and restaurant management
  • And many more