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Florida Virtual Campus (FLVC)

Florida Virtual Campus provides access to online student and library support services and serves as a statewide resource and clearinghouse for technology-based education distance learning courses. Interested students need to signup for an account and discover the Career Assessment portal.

To access FLVC, please click HERE.

O*Net Online

O*Net Online is a great career engine and assessment tool helping students to discover potential fields and industries to work in.

To access O*Net, please CLICK HERE.

College Navigator

College Navigator is a US Government website that helps students select appropriate colleges based on background data, scores, and more.

To access College Navigator, please CLICK HERE.

My Next Move

My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options.

To access My Next Move, please CLICK HERE.


College Resources for Students with Disabilities

With the advances of adaptive technologies and trend toward progressive legislation, prospective college students with disabilities now have countless resources available to make their transition to postsecondary education less stressful.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Test Prep

ACT Test Prep

This resources is the official ACT prep guide—the only one that includes five actual retired ACT tests—each with an optional Writing Test.

To access the ACT Test Prep guide, please CLICK HERE.

Khan Academy

If you’re taking the SAT soon, you can start preparing today with questions from real SATs. After all, we believe all students who want to go to college should be able to prepare for the SAT at their own pace, at absolutely no cost.  Users can download a real, full-length SAT practice test.

To access Khan Academy SAT test prep, CLICK HERE.

Fair Test

FairTest provides a directory of higher education institutions that are test optional, test flexible or otherwise de-emphasize the use of standardized tests by making admissions decisions about substantial numbers of applicants who recently graduated from U.S. high schools without using the SAT or ACT.”]

To access this directory of colleges, please CLICK HERE.