Vancouver Flex Academy is a school of choice blazing a trail for motivated, hard-working students who will excel in a non-traditional school setting.
Flex Academy uses a Blended Learning model. Blended learning at Vancouver Flex Academy is the practice of combining online, digital, and experiential learning to enhance classroom based instruction. In this model, instruction is divided into classes led by highly qualified teachers and periods of time for independent online study with teacher supervision and support.
At Flex Academy, students attend school five days a week. Class schedules vary based on a student’s academic need and progress. Students who choose to attend Flex Academy learn to take responsibility for themselves and their education.
Students are empowered to schedule their independent learning time in order to meet their educational goals.
JOIN ASB: ASB Members have a voice and a vote in school activities throughout the year. From FUN-raising to FUND-raising and everything in between, it all starts here. Yearly dues are $30 which provides for free or reduced admission to school events not only at the Flex, but throughout VPS.(Students in need of membership aid and/or parents interested in helping to sponsor a student, please consult with our counselor, Reland Short.)
Purchase Your 2016-2017 ASB Card Now!
Your $30 ASB card offers discounts to school dances and activities. In addition, you are eligible to receive a C-Tran bus pass good from October 2016 - August 2017. The pass also gives students free admission to both Firstenburg & Marshall Community Centers.
Assistance in purchasing an ASB card is available. Please speak with counselor, Reland Short.
JOIN A CLUB: We are proud to offer a variety of clubs based on student interest each year at Vancouver Flex.
Vancouver Flex Academy has joined in a recycling challenge sponsored by Trex (makers of Trex decking and other products). During this challenge, students compete against other schools in their category to collect the most plastic film. The school weighs and records the weight of film collected each month.
The competition starts NOW with final tallies due April 15th. Winner will be announced on Earth Day - April 22nd. First place winner will receive a Trex outdoor bench. Participation awards made from Trex decking boards will be given to all schools involved.
What can be recycled? grocery bags; bread bags; case overwrap; drycleaning bags; newspaper sleeves; ice bags; wood pellet bags; Ziploc and other reclosable bags; produce bags; bubble wrap; salt bags; cereal bags; and all things similar!