Testing Information

School Advisory Council (SAC)

Student Code Of Conduct Information and Forms

In order to come onto campus at St. Johns Virtual School, you need to review the St. Johns County School District Student Code of Conduct guidelines. Once you have read over the acceptable practices, please sign and return the sheets to Jo Linskey or Kathy Jones. The required forms are below:

Office Location and Directions

St. Johns Virtual School Picture Day

SJVS Picture Day has finally arrived. Please note that SJVS will have a photographer on campus October 27, 2016 from 12:00 pm until 3:00pm. Pictures will be taken in Building C, located on the First Coast Technical Campus (FCTC).

Please look for the Bookstore/Student Center Location and enter at the blue awning, “Culinary Arts”. 

Awning for Picture Day Picture Day Sign

Please click the camera below to sign up for your picture appointment time.



St. Johns County School District Students Applying for Full Time St. Johns Virtual School: Begins again on November 18, 2016


 Open Registration Dates:  Semester Start Dates:
 November 18, 2016 – January 3, 2017  January 5, 2017
 April 12, 2016 – July 11, 2016 (Past-Fall 2016)  August 2016 (Past-Fall 2016)



Winter EOC Sign up:

Please click the following Florida EOC graphic below and it will take you to the Sign up Genius website in order to register for the FALL EOC exam.

Winter EOC Header

NOTE:  The school that you attend full time will need to create a test ticket for you and email it to Ryan Erskine.  We must have the test ticket before the day of your test.  Thank you.

The First link below is for taking a Practice Test before your EOC. You must take the Practice Test First!!! If you click below then follow the directions: Stay logged in as GUEST. Then Select your Grade. Now Pick the test you are taking. Yes, Start My Test. Begin Test Now

EOC FSA Practice Tests: Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry

Winter EOC FSA Practice Tests Guide

EOC Pearson Practice Tests: Biology, Civics, and US History

SJVS Monthly Virtual Family Spotlight

Kali Lee


Kali Lee

Kali Brook Lee has been a full time student of St. Johns Virtual School since her 8th grade year.  In the fall of 2016 she will be entering as a Junior.  While technically she will have enough credits to graduate a year early in the spring of 2017, she will continue to take dual enrollment classes in an effort to meet her goal of graduating from High School with her AS in Business Administration.

Kali has been a successful student maintaining A 4.0 GPA.  Her character and work ethic have afforded her the opportunity to participate in the NJHS in elementary and middle school, and she now serves as the Historian for the St. Johns Virtual School Chapter of the National Honor Society.

From a very early age Kali has had an altruistic heart.  At the tender age of 6 she planned and hosted a lemon aid stand during a family garage sale to raise Snippet of St. Augustine Record Articlemoney for the Humane Society.  Her spirit remains generous today and while she has limited time to volunteer due to her academic and dance commitments you will often find her encouraging a co-worker, dance partner, fellow student, or peer.

Kali is a self motivated student and began taking math classes through FLVS during her 4th grade year to meet the needs of advanced placement.  She enjoys the virtual platform as it affords her the opportunity to be challenged academically while also allowing her the flexible schedule to focus on her true passion- Dance!Kali Lee-Snow Queen

Kali has been a dancer since she can remember.  Her true love is ballet.  In a typical week Kali will enjoy training and rehearsing an average of 25 to 30 hours.  She has enjoyed many roles during her 7 years performing in the winter and spring productions of the St. Augustine Ballet.   She finds each role, lead and corps alike, to be as rewarding as the next.  While performing, it’s not uncommon to find Kali whispering supporting sentiments on stage to encourage and uplift fellow dancers.  This inclination to support others is among one of her greatest attributes.

Kali has had the distinct pleasure of dancing alongside Principals from world renowned companies such as The English National Ballet and The Royal Ballet.  In the spring of 2016 she had in a small role in Canada Ballet Jorgen’s production of Sleeping Beauty preformed locally.

Kali Lee Dew DropIn the summer of 2016 Kali trained in NYC for four weeks with the Open World Dance Foundation.  During this time she trained alongside ABT Principal Dancer Misty Copeland as Misty trained and prepared for her role in the Fall OWDF production of “Cinderella”.

Kali is a determined and hard working individual.  In an effort to help offset her training expenses she works a part time job when she’s not dancing or taking classes.  It is her desire is to finish her college degree and graduate high school simultaneously and begin looking for opportunities to dance professionally.   She will look to potentially reenter college to secure a degree in finance at a later date.

American Youth Character Award (AYCA)

Valuing good character is an essential ingredient for a successful and well-rounded community. Each year, the American Youth Character Award (AYCA) program honors selected students from our schools. These students have consistently displayed the beliefs, attitudes and actions which exemplify the Six Pillars of Character:

  • Trustworthiness – integrity, honesty, reliability and loyalty
  • Respect – valuing all people; living by the Golden Rule; honoring the dignity, privacy and freedom of others; courtesy; politeness; tolerance and acceptance of differences
  • Responsibility – fulfilling duties, accountability, pursuing excellence, and exercising self-control
  • Fairness – being just and impartial; being willing to listen and being open to differing viewpoints
  • Caring – being compassionate, kind, loving, considerate and charitable
  • Citizenship – doing one’s share, helping the community, playing by the rules and respecting authority and the law.

This year, SJVS is proud to announce that our honored students include: senior, Tikeiria Collins and senior, Elizabeth Green. These young women are outstanding students with our program as well as wonderful assets to our St. Johns community! Both young ladies received recognition at the AYCA banquet and in addition received a scholarship award. Congratulations Tikeiria and Elizabeth, we are so very proud of you!!

Tikeiria Collins

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Elizabeth GreenE Green pic


The vision of SJVS is to be leaders in innovative teaching through online and blended learning programs that use best practices to promote academic excellence in a student-centered environment while serving the District of St. Johns County.


Our Mission is to ensure all students are provided with an academically rich and rigorous education through online learning opportunities that meet the needs of today’s diverse learners.