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At PATHWAY we fully understand that our student athletes must also excel in the classroom and on the field. For that reason, we require all student athletes to maintain a 3.0 GPA. Our secondary goals is to send our players to top colleges to play and/or pursue their career goals.


Florida Virtual School® (FLVS®) is a fully accredited, statewide public school district offering more than 190 courses to Kindergarten-12 students. Its certified teachers use a variety of personalized instructional programs to create individualized educational plans for every student. Since 1997, FLVS students have successfully completed more than 5.1 million semester enrollments. FLVS also provides its digital curriculum and expertise to online and blended learning programs across the nation. Services include curriculum licensing, FLVS Global School, County Virtual Schools, digital learning labs, and professional development.


The Pathway teacher(s) are dedicated to supporting our student athletes in their academic journey, ensuring they stay on track or even ahead of assignments. Serving as both teachers and individual tutors, they also offer guidance counseling to guarantee the academic success of every student athlete. Recognizing that each student learns uniquely, we strive to identify their strengths and weaknesses, tailoring our approach to maximize their classroom achievement. We prioritize their academic success as the cornerstone of our program's effectiveness.

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Promoting players is fundamental to the Pathway program. With our commitment to fostering personal growth, academic achievement, and soccer development in student athletes, our aim is to unlock their full potential by guiding them into collegiate athletics, professional soccer settings, and youth national teams. This achievement serves as a direct gauge of our program's effectiveness.

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All employees and agents of a public school district, charter school or private school have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student. Failure to report misconduct may result in penalties up to termination of employment and revocation of an educator’s certificate.


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