Who will issue my diploma?
Upon completion of the required credits for graduation, and any state-required tests, the school district and Pivot Charter School will issue the diploma.
When do I attend class?
Students will choose one of two 6 hour sessions and attend every day just like a traditional school. Just as in a traditional school, students must work in their courses daily, and show weekly progress
What grade levels does Pivot Charter School serve?
Pivot Charter School serves students in middle and high school: grades 6 through 12.
Does it matter where I live?
Pivot Charter School serves students who reside within Hillsborough County and if spots are available, they may attend outside of their county. Please inquire with the school for availability.
Our blended curriculum is rigorous and engaging. All of our courses are taught by highly qualified, Florida-certified teachers in a blended setting. We use textbooks and online supplemental programs in a variety of ways to increase student achievement. Students will also be able to receive individualized help from their site-based teachers in small classes and tutoring as needed. Students rotate through a traditional schedule of 7 periods and a homeroom each day.
Do you offer sports and extracurriculars?
No, students may participate at their home middle or high school while attending Pivot.
Do you offer Dual enrollment?
Yes, students that meet the requirements for Dual Enrollment may take courses on campus or at HCC.
Can students with IEPs (Individualized Education Plans) attend the school?
As with all Florida public schools and districts, Pivot Charter School accepts all students and will not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin or disability or any other characteristic.
Can students earn Industry Certifications?
Yes, students may earn industry certifications while at Pivot.