Online Homeschool in Alabama
Online Homeschool Resources in Alabama
If you're interested in educating your child at home, Stride K12 can help. Families can weigh multiple factors when deciding what works for them in their education choices. Imagine an education that combines the structure of traditional public school with the convenience of schooling at home. Stride K12-powered online schools offer the combination you're looking for as an alternative to homeschooling. Learn more about tuition-free* Stride K12-powered online schools in Alabama.
Is online school a good fit for my student?
The range of Stride K12-powered education options are designed to meet the needs of diverse learners and help them thrive. Students receive a high-quality education that's tailored to their needs and taught by Alabama-certified teachers. The personalized approach to online learning helps students thrive in their own place and at their own pace.
Students enrolled in Stride K12-powered online schools in Alabama attend regularly scheduled online class sessions and complete coursework and activities independently or with classmates. Offline coursework and activities help students master lesson objectives and spend time away from the computer screen.
Stride K12 curriculum is challenging, engaging, and highly interactive. Curriculum is mastery-based in the younger grades, allowing students to work at the pace best suited for their learning process. Students experience grade-based curriculum in middle school and high school. Stride K12-powered online schools in Alabama combine the benefits of traditional public school with the greater involvement and personalized learning students typically enjoy with homeschool.
As with homeschooling in Alabama, parents play an active, important role in their child's education. As your child's Learning Coach, you (or another responsible adult you choose) will help keep your student on track with assignments and coursework, communicate with teachers, provide motivation, and more.
Explore the Stride K12 resources available for both students and parents to help families succeed with online learning.
How do Stride K12-powered schools and homeschooling in Alabama compare?
In both settings, families can maintain the benefits of homeschooling in Alabama. Students are empowered to take charge of their learning and parents are actively involved in their child's education.
Unlike online homeschool in Alabama, Stride K12-powered online schools provide the curriculum. The Stride K12 curriculum combines engaging online lessons with hands-on learning materials.** Activities such as science experiments and art projects complement online learning and provide variety. Students in each grade level can master lesson objectives with activities on screen and off screen.
Stride K12-powered schools adhere to state testing, school accountability, and attendance policies, just as brick-and-mortar schools do, and graduates earn a high school diploma. The structure of traditional public school combined with the convenience of schooling at home serves as an alternative to homeschooling in Alabama. State-certified teachers provide instruction and support. Parents have teacher conferences and can connect with teachers to discuss their student's progress.
Consider the benefits and support of an online program when thinking about how to school at home for your family. Learn more about online public schools to see if a Stride K12-powered education is right for your child.
*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 you address your technological and computer needs.
**Course materials vary by course and school; please check with your school about offline course materials.