Answered By: Marissa C. Ball
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2014     Views: 175

Most of our resources accessed on campus are available to the public. 

High schoolers in accelerated programs (dual enrollment, early admission, advanced placement, IB program, or AICE programs) may also have access to some resources via the Florida Library Access-Pass for Accelerated Secondary Students (FLA-PASS).  In 2010, the Florida Legislature passed into law a bill on electronic resource licensing that requires the Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC) to deem as authorized users of state funded e-resources all students in public secondary school “accelerated” programs.

Eligibility for access to FLA-PASS databases is limited to students (not teachers or other school personnel).

How does my local high school participate?
Each school that wishes to register students in the FLA-PASS system works with the Florida Department of Education to identify school staff to serve as a FLA-PASS authorized administrator. The administrator application form (available online, link below) must be completed and signed by the Principal or Assistant Principal

See the attached fact sheet for more info. 

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