Online Schools in Alabama
A New Approach to Learning for Alabama Students
Are you seeking a different approach to traditional public schooling? Whether your student needs a distraction-free learning environment or seeks advanced courses to prepare for college or a career after high school, Alabama's online public school powered by K12 could be your solution.
What sets apart the K12-powered online school in Alabama?
Your student's education journey is designed with their unique goals, strengths, and challenges in mind at Alabama’s public school powered by K12. The personalized learning program includes:
A personalized learning plan for each student.
Alabama-certified teachers who guide progress and tailor teaching to student needs.
Engaging, highly interactive online curriculum that enriches and inspires students.
Field trips, extracurricular activities, and clubs that offer fun social opportunities
How does K12-powered Alabama online public school work?
Learning begins with an effective, dedicated team.
Students use K12's interactive curriculum to complete daily coursework.
State-certified teachers instruct students in online, real-time class sessions.
Students and parents have open lines of communication with teachers.
School counselors help students set goals for the future
Learning Coaches (usually a parent) help their student stay on schedule, record attendance, and communicate with teachers
Online lessons are mastery based in grades K–5 and include hands-on learning opportunities away from the computer. The Learning Coach spends about 3 to 6 hours per day working with their student. In higher grades, students take more responsibility for their schedule, and the Learning Coach spends about 1 to 4 hours per day helping their student.
*Families do not pay tuition for a student to attend an online public school. Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultants can help address your technological and computer questions and needs. Educational materials vary by school and course..