Online Schools in Colorado
Personalized Online Public Schooling for Colorado Students
At K12-powered online schools in Colorado, learning is personal. And when learning fits each student and draws out their potential, it's successful.
So, if you're interested in something different from a one-size-fits-all education for your student, a K12-powered online school may be what you're looking for.
How does personalized learning work in a K12-powered online public school in Colorado?
Individually tailored learning experiences at K12-powered online schools in Colorado include:
Colorado-licensed teachers who guide progress and tailor teaching to students' needs
Rigorous, highly interactive curriculum that enriches and inspires young minds
Field trips, extracurricular activities, and online clubs
What is day-to-day learning like in a K12-powered online school in Colorado?
If you want to be involved in your student's learning, you might find a K12-powered online public school in Colorado is the right fit for your family. As your student's Learning Coach, you're an essential part of your student's academic team. The team also includes state-licensed teachers, counselors, and school staff. Your role is to help keep your student on their daily learning schedule, record attendance, and communicate with teachers via email or phone when needed. Your student does coursework through the K12-powered Online School platform where they also attend teacher-led online classes. As the Learning Coach, your involvement will vary based on grade level:
Grades K–5 | 4 to 6 hours per day
You'll work with your student on lessons, monitor their progress, and record attendance.
Grades 6–8 | 1 to 3 hours per day
Your student begins to manage their own learning schedule, but you continue to provide support and record daily attendance.
Grades 9–12 | 1 to 3 hours per day
Your student takes greater responsibility for their schedule, communicates with teachers, and begins to focus on goals for life after high school while you record attendance and provide support.
Visit A Day in the Life and take a closer look at a typical day of K12-powered online schooling!
*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.