Franklin Virtual Schools / Franklin Virtual High School is nationally recognized, regionally accredited, distance learning school through SACS-CASI (SACS parent company – AdvancED). Learn more by clicking on links provided below.
AdvancED is the parent organization for the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), and recently the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC).
More Info: FVS/FVHS Earns SACS CASI Accreditation
View FVS/FVHS SACS CASI Certificate
AdvancED accreditation Confirmation letter
BBB A+ Accreditation
On a business level, ESP Learning Systems and all of its associated programs at Franklin High School have achieved BBB Accredited Business level. This is not an academic review of our school programs but demonstrates to customers they are working with an ethical business organization staffed by education-oriented people who are available to our customers anytime. The ESP Learning Systems family of programs presently maintain an A+ BBB rating.
Franklin Virtual Schools has completed the registration and annual survey required by the Florida Department of Education School Choice (School Code - 5466). To learn more about these requirements, please visit the link below. The State of Florida Department of Education maintains records on private schools but does not provide accreditation to private schools.
Franklin Virtual Schools is an active member of USDLA, NCTA and other regional and national organizations.
More Info: ESP Learning Systems Corporate Status with the Florida Corporation Commission
Franklin Virtual Schools clearly represents its credentials and we strive to offer clear and precise information to all students. Many online schools use fake credentials, be sure your school can be trusted (see below) to be a real and respected program.
More Info: FVHS Accreditation and Credentials
Franklin Virtual Schools created its “Trusted School” system to provide prospective students with a guide for evaluating an online high school program. When researching an alternative school, students should ask tough questions and demand full and honest explanations. By accepting and using a credential from a school, the student risks serious complications in their progress and even legal repercussions if these credentials are not legitimate. Below, we offer some ways to help prospective students determine the legitimacy of a school or education program they are considering. Our best advice: Student Beware!
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