FVLHS offers educational programs to prepare students for college, Christian ministry, and the work force. On average, ninety percent of FVL graduates pursue post-high school education opportunities. Three foreign languages--Spanish, Latin, and German--are offered for students. College-credit capable courses are offered in English, math, science, psychology, social studies, and economics.
FVL's Guided Studies program is designed to meet the needs of students who find themselves more than a grade level behind their classmates. An "At-Risk" and tutoring program helps students who may be struggling with specific subjects.
FVLHS' STEM Academy was opened in 2011. STEM is aimed at students interested in hands-on learning in science, technology, engineering, and math. Specialized STEM classes are offered in aerospace engineering, biotechncal engineering, and computer science and software engineering. Its VEX Robotics Team has qualified to compete at the World Championships the past two years.
Beginning in 2014-15, FVLHS was accepted into the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP). This state-funded program assisted 18 students to attend the school in its initial year. Students participating in the WPCP program are selected randomly in a lottery overseen by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction from families who met the income guidelines.
Beginning in the 1970s FVL has enrolled international students. The school is licensed to accept international students coming to the United States with I-20 visas. Each year about 50 international students enroll at FVL, which has hosted students from nearly 40 countries from Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa.