Join us as we celebrate Career and Technical Education Month. CTE Month is a public awareness campaign, hosted by the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE), that takes place each February to celebrate the value of CTE and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the country. Visit VCSCTE to learn more about CTE in Volusia County Schools. #VCSCTEMonth
On January 17th, 2024: All High School Students (except Seniors) will be required to reset their account password.
Note: Changing the password before January 17th will not satisfy this requirement. The password must be reset on Jan 17th.
Student Password Information Page
Student Password Reset Link
Student Password Reset Instructions
Congratulations Mr. Brock
New Smyrna Beach High School Teacher of the Year
Congratulations Mr. Tidman
Boys Soccer Team earns FHSAA 6A Academic Team Champion Award
We are so proud of our boys soccer team for being named the FHSAA 6A Academic Team Champions. This award is given to the team in each sport who has the highest varsity team cumulative GPA in their respective classification. Additionally, the 3.684 cumulative GPA our boys have is the highest GPA of any public-school soccer team in the state of Florida. Congratulations to Coach Brandon Cisneros, our amazing student-athletes and their families on this prestigious award which is the equivalent of a State Championship in academics!! GO CUDAS!!!!
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Visit www.getfortifyfl.com to submit a tip or download the app
Florida Statute 943.082 states that if, following an investigation, it is determined that a person knowingly submitted a false tip through FortifyFL, the Internet protocol (IP) address of the device on which the tip was submitted will be provided to law enforcement agencies for further investigation, and the reporting party may be subject to criminal penalties under s. 837.05. In all other circumstances, unless the reporting party has chosen to disclose his or her identity, the report will remain anonymous.