Curriculum & Instruction
Flagler Schools strives to provide appropriate instructional programs to meet the needs of all students. Our K–12 curriculum is designed to prepare students for academic success and life after graduation so that each student has the opportunity to reach their fullest potential.
The Curriculum Maps page provides detailed information about the Flagler Schools K–12 curriculum for the 2022–23 school year.
State Requirements for Graduation
The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) manages the requirements to earn a high school diploma. Flagler Schools offers several options for students to meet these requirements.
Student Progression Plan
The Student Progression Plan is a comprehensive plan for student progression established by the School Board. The plan defines procedures for the promotion and graduation of Flagler Schools students, in accordance with state and local student progression requirements. The purpose of this plan is to ensure that each student receives an appropriate educational foundation and has the best opportunity to succeed in school.
Accelerated Programs are advanced high school academic programs designed to prepare students for postsecondary study and the workforce. Each high school offers students the opportunity to participate in academically challenging programs, enroll in postsecondary courses, and receive college credit.
State-Required Instruction Reporting
The FLDOE requires annual reporting and planning from school districts as specified in 1003.42(2), Florida Statutes. The report lists courses, materials, and methods for instruction of state-required subject matter.
Flagler Schools’ K–12 curriculum is composed of a wide range of textbooks and other instructional materials. Each school year the district adopts a new curriculum in one major subject area according to the state of Florida's instructional materials adoption cycle. The instructional material adoption process includes opportunities for the public to review materials, provide feedback, and submit requests for the reconsideration of adopted materials.
The Comprehensive Health Education curriculum includes 14 components of health that are age and developmentally appropriate. All Comprehensive Health instructional materials are available for public review, and parents/guardians have the right to opt their student out of any portion of the curriculum.