High School FAQs
How can I get an account on the FSP website?
If you are a parent, student, or relative of an FSP student, you can get an account on the FSP website. Simply contact the FSP staff, and they will email your account information to you.
Are my online school records private?
Only the parent and the reviewer can view your school records. The parent can edit the Report Card and the Course Descriptions. The reviewer can edit the Review form and the Transcript. FSP staff has access for the purpose of document management and backups.
When should I meet with a reviewer to plan my child's high school course of study?
Since 8th graders can earn early high school credit in some subjects, it is recommended that you meet with a reviewer by the end of 7th grade.
How can my 8th grade student earn early high school credit?
Why should my student earn early high school credit in 8th grade?
If your student is ready for the challenge of a high school level course, there are tremendous advantages:
- By taking one or two high school courses in 8th grade, it helps ease the transition to high school. Students enter high school with experience in studying and test taking.
- If an 8th grade student does not do well in the high school level course, you do not have to count it as high school credit.
- A student can get an head start on meeting the credit requirements for graduation. This helps to reduce pressure in high school.
- Many tech-savvy kids are ready to take a Technology course in 8th grade. Consider an online technology tutorial either during the school year or over the summer.