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Kristina Youngson and Callia Karas

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Focusing on a graph, senior Mark Kay studies for his pre-calculus exam. The class is taken through Florida Virtual School, where students are given the ability to take classes they otherwise couldn’t. “For me, virtual classes are easier because I can follow at my own pace. I can even finish early if I’d like to,” Kay said. West Shore allows students to incorporate virtual classes within their regular-class schedules, broadening their ability to learn.

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