K12 powers personalized learning that meets your child where they are and calls to their innate curiosity, sparking the joy of learning. Students are encouraged to create, explore, and discover their passions.
How does a K12-powered education meet the needs of different learners?
The K12-powered approach makes sure advanced learners stay challenged academically. For example, a second grader who excels in math and science can work at an accelerated pace while progressing at a steady pace in other subjects. Many schools offer an Advanced Learner Program (ALP) for students in grades K–8. And high schoolers can take AP® and honors courses.*
Whether your teen knows what they want to be or is still figuring it out, Stride Career Prep can help them discover the possibilities and gain the skills they’ll need for college and a career. Stride Career Prep combines core academics and career-focused electives with opportunities to earn college credits, explore career fields, prepare for certification exams, and more.**
Whether you’re looking to supplement your homeschool curriculum or want the support a school can provide, Stride K12 has solutions to meet your needs. Browse the Stride K12 Store and choose from hundreds of courses in language arts, math, social studies, science, and a wide variety of electives. Or discover the online public and private school options that could be a good fit for your family’s needs.
An online education is a great option for military families and others who need a high-quality schooling choice that provides the consistency of personalized learning, certified-teacher support, a quality curriculum, and a strong school community that can meet your education and lifestyle requirements.
Our STEM-related courses integrate these disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) for use in real-life applications. Your child will learn essential skills such as teamwork, creativity, and problem-solving. All Stride K12 science courses, and grades 6–12 math courses, include STEM-related activities. And many other courses contain exercises, labs, and activities that involve various STEM disciplines. Your student can also get involved in STEM clubs!†
Meet Students Who Are Thriving with a K12-Powered Education
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