K12 Community

K12 is about more than just lessons.

There are plenty of ways for students (and parents) to get involved with their peers, their community, and their K12 family. The K12 community lets kids get creative, and get involved.

Clubs

From Creative Writing to Photography and Oceanography, K12 offers more than 20 clubs for enrichment. See a complete list of our student clubs.

K12 Operation Lemonade

Graphic Logo for Operation LemonadeK12 has partnered with Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation to raise money for and awareness of the fight against pediatric cancer. Families from all over the world have joined in the cause to continue the dream of one brave little girl. And K12 employees and their families are involved hands-on as well! Take a look at this video featuring the children of K12 staffers and how they jumped in to help.

Booster Program

Graphic Logo for Booster ProgramHere's a way for families to get involved with their local community and spread the word about K12. With the K12 booster program , the sky's the limit!

Parent Education: Live Online Sessions

Speaker Series Sessions

Speaker Series Sessions are hosted by experts across a wide variety of topics and occur at least once a week. This series is designed to inspire and encourage you with helpful tips and advice on being a successful K12 family!

Coast2Coast

Coast2Coast is for Learning Coaches around the nation (and the world) to chat and discuss a variety of topics. Participants gather in an Elluminate Live! online meeting space, and visit various "discussion rooms" to ask questions and share information with other Learning Coaches.

K12 RoundTable

This once-a-month discussion covers topics of interest to Learning Coaches and is hosted by a K12 team member but directed by you and your peers. Topics planned for this year include "Single-Parenting and Virtual Education," and "Schooling an Only Child at Home." There may be plenty of other topics that may match your experience!

Co-Ops

Co-ops are initiated, developed, and run by K12 parents. Families get together regularly to support students in a particular subject, enjoy learning together, or gather regularly for enrichment outside of the curriculum.

Once you become enrolled, you'll have the opportunity to learn more about connecting to a Co-Op in your area, or even starting one! Simply visit the Parents' Lounge (information listed above) and search the word "Co-op."