Online Schools in Florida
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Empowering Personalized Learning in Florida
Your student's school years are formative, providing time to explore interests and set meaningful goals for the future. With K12-powered school options, Florida students receive an education experience tailored to their needs and interests. Students love that they can attend classes and do coursework wherever there's an internet connection. Parents love that it's tuition-free.*
How does K12-powered personalized learning work?
Florida public school options powered by K12 allow each student to learn with their unique goals and interests in mind. This personalized approach to learning focuses on academic strengths and targets areas that need support, letting students learn at their own pace. Students benefit from:
Instruction and guidance from Florida-certified teachers
K12's engaging, online and hands-on curriculum** designed with interactive lessons, learning games, and videos
Support from the Learning Coach, a parent or other responsible adult, who plays an active role especially in early grades helping your student stay on track, recording attendance, and communicating with teachers
Online, real-time classes where teachers can lecture, show videos, and conduct demonstrations
Teacher-led online clubs and in-person social events
How does K12-powered schooling change as my student advances?
Throughout your student's education journey they will receive the support of teachers, counselors, and school staff.
The mastery-based, online lessons include hands-on learning opportunities away from the computer. You'll spend about 4 to 6 hours per day helping your student with lessons and recording attendance.
The curriculum includes online and various levels of hands-on learning. Students begin to monitor their own learning schedule, but you continue to offer support and record attendance. You'll spend about 1 to 3 hours per day working with your student.
The online curriculum includes various levels of core courses and numerous electives. Students take greater responsibility for their schedule and work with counselors to set postsecondary goals. You record attendance and spend about 1 to 3 hours per day working with your 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.
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**Course materials vary by course and school. Please check with your school about offline course materials.