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Welcome to a New Kind of School

Flex Public Schools, a nonprofit organization, is a new public school program that combines the best of online education with the best of onsite schooling for a school experience that fits the student, not one where a student is forced to fit in.

At Flex, our goal is to help students of all backgrounds and aptitudes thrive—in school and beyond.

Why Flex Public Schools?

  • Instruction matched to the student’s individual strengths, so they're guaranteed to learn at the right level in each subject
  • Small class sizes that differ day to day and period to period, based on each student's needs
  • Class time that is dedicated to helping students master concepts and dive deeper into subjects that really interest them
  • The award-winning K¹² curriculum that is proven to work, with compelling interactive online lessons and multimedia learning materials
  • A robust catalog of core and elective courses, many of which aren't offered in other schools
  • Books, hands-on materials, and personal computers to help facilitate the learning process

Flex Public Schools News & Announcements

  • Building Student Independence
    Flex Public Schools impact students by allowing them the flexibility to work through online courses at their own pace with classroom support. Read more.

  • The Future of Education
    M Magazine features an article on Silicon Valley Virtual Academy and how this innovative school is maximizing each student’s full potential through blended learning. Read more.

  • Classifying K-12 Blended Learning
    Innosight Institute further expands on their work to better define the types of blended learning models, including Flex, being used

See More Flex PS News

Upcoming Events

  • Join Flex Public Schools representatives as we provide an opportunity for parents and students to learn more about our innovative instructional model and the proposed charter schools for Fall 2011.