Career Online High School (COHS) offers adults the opportunity to earn their high school diploma while working around their busy schedules. Gain the skills to advance your career or go on to college.
The high school program includes a vocational certificate in career pathways such as home care professional, child care, office management, security professional, commercial driving, retail customer service, food services, hospitality, and general career preparation.
Before getting started, it is important to determine if this online high school program will meet your needs. Our readiness survey will help evaluate if the program is right for you. It should take you only a few minutes to complete.
The survey also requires you to provide a personal statement that will help us understand your motivation for pursuing a high school diploma. It’s your chance to tell us why your application should be accepted by the library. Your response should be no more than 150 words (approximately 5 sentences) and all sentences should be well constructed and free of grammar and spelling errors.
If you are interested in the COHS program or need more information, please contact us at VCPLprograms@volusia.org.
Direct link to Career Online High School's website and FAQ.
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Volusia County Public Library has partnered with PBC Guru and Freading to create a virtual book club for patrons and the community.
The book for March 17 - May 19 is The Quiet Girl by S. F. Kosa.
Newlywed Alex Zarabian arrives at his wife’s writer’s getaway looking to make up after a fight they’ve had earlier in the week. Only, he discovers that Mina is nowhere to be found. Alex urgently works to piece together the parts of this mystery by himself, all the while haunted by the curious fact that Mina has left her engagement and wedding rings behind.
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