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Welcome to Santa Rosa Online!
Santa Rosa Online is an exciting opportunity for the students of the Santa Rosa County School District to move beyond the traditional school setting into the world of online learning. Serving Santa Rosa students in home education, public education, and private education, Santa Rosa Online offers online courses free of charge to Santa Rosa students through our partnerships with Florida Virtual School, Fuel Education (formerly known as K12), and Connections Learning, all fully accredited and established leaders in providing online learning opportunities throughout the world. Santa Rosa Online is located on the campus of Locklin Technical Center, a Santa Rosa County school which provides technical and supplemental training and academic education to students.
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The Controlled Open Enrollment transfer period for Santa Rosa County will begin April 6th and go through May 21st. Beginning April 6th you can access the Transfer Form, the 18-19 School Choice Plan and the Controlled Open Enrollment Capacity Chart on our school district’s website. All transfer forms must be submitted to the School Board office by May 21st. If you have questions regarding the transfer process, please contact your student’s Grade Level Director at (850) 983-5000.
Interested in Enrollment?
Click here to learn about the eligibility requirements for students wishing to participate in part-time or full-time virtual education.
Part-Time: Eligible students interested in part-time enrollment may take an online course(s) by contacting their school counselor for permission and instructions.
The enrollment window for the 2018-19 school year will open on June 27, 2018, and close on Friday, August 24, 2018.
Consideration for second semester enrollment for the 2018-19 school year will be given to students in grades 6-12 who meet the following requirements: - 2.75 cumulative grade point average or higher - Passing/proficient level on previous year’s/most current state testing data (if scores are available) - Fewer than 10 absences (excused and unexcused) in the first semester - School counselor approval