MyDistrict Virtual School (MDVS) is the name of the online learning option for K-12 students provided by the North East Florida Educational Consortium (NEFEC). Students in grades K-12 who are approved for virtual instruction by their districts may enroll in virtual education courses either full-time or part-time, provided that they meet the state eligibility requirements outlined in F.S. 1002.45.

By selecting MyDistrict Virtual School, you are supporting your school district and allowing your district to continue to grow its virtual instruction program. Students benefit by remaining a district student and are able to participate in district programs and activities.

NEFEC provides virtual program instruction support as a service to its participating small school districts. In most instances:

Each K-12 student in the MyDistrict Virtual School is considered enrolled in the school district of their residence and has access to all of the educational opportunities and resources they would as if they were attending a traditional classroom at a school in their district. Virtual students have day-to-day flexibility while following a traditional school calendar. Students are expected to work in courses each week and complete courses within semester timelines.

Please contact your district virtual instruction program contact or Kristi Richburg should you have any questions or concerns about virtual education options.

How do I enroll my child in MDVS?

MDVS does not enroll students without guidance from the district in which the student resides. We are a service that the smaller school districts use to ensure that students have a virtual option.

Contact your district virtual instruction program representative to learn more about the options available to your student. 

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