Future Success Outcomes Rank Higher for Stride K12 than Brick-and-Mortar
National Survey Shows Career Readiness Skills and Job Success Rates Higher Among Graduates of Stride K12-Powered Schools
A quality high school education has long-term positive effects on students and their futures, whether their next step is college, a career, or both. Students should feel confident, prepared, and excited as they graduate, and schools have a duty to prepare students with essential academic and life skills, no matter what path they choose.
A recent study shows graduates from Stride K12-powered online schools have statistically significant advantages in career readiness when compared to traditional brick-and-mortar schools. At Stride K12, we believe in future-focused learning with opportunities to explore careers, gain workplace experience, and earn a competitive edge for the future.
What are graduates saying?
Students who graduated from Stride K12-powered online schools are experiencing positive outcomes when it comes to career readiness and job success.
78% believe they are excelling at their current job
74% feel optimistic about their career direction
71% say their school taught them the importance of a strong work ethic
Future-Focused Learning Results in Life-Long Benefits
Stride K12's career-focused and life skills-oriented education provides high school graduates with the skills and resources needed to feel successful as they prepare to join the workforce . When compared to brick-and-mortar schools, Stride K12's life-long benefits come out on top, with graduates ready to tackle what's next.
Overall Career Prep
Career Advising from Teachers
Career Readiness Skills
Current Job Success
Hear from Our Graduates
- Alzahraa, Alumna
- Veronica, Alumna
- Sela, Alumna
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