Georgia Online High School
Personalized Online Learning for Georgia High School Students
The tuition-free* Stride K12-powered online public school in Georgia serves the following counties: Baker, Brooks, Calhoun, Colquitt, Decatur, Dougherty, Early, Grady, Lee, Miller, Mitchell, Seminole, Terrell, and Worth. If you’re not a resident of the listed counties but are interested in online learning, please read on to learn more about online learning and explore the private school options available.
Does your teen need a high school program that's different from what's offered in a traditional brick-and-mortar setting? The Stride K12-powered online high school in Georgia supports each student's unique strengths and interests with an academic plan designed to help them succeed. Students experience the benefits of traditional schooling with the convenience of learning wherever there's an internet connection
Explore the benefits of online high school in Georgia and learn how Stride K12-powered schools are designed to inspire, engage, and prepare your high school student for the future.
Is an online high school in Georgia a good fit for my student?
Similar to brick-and-mortar schools, students follow a traditional academic calendar, are taught by state-certified teachers and must complete state assessments.Students enrolled in a Stride K12-powered online high school in Georgia work with state-certified teachers to tailor a learning plan according to their strengths and interests. This includes core courses and the option for a variety of unique electives.
Your high school student will attend scheduled, live online classes and complete offline assignments and projects both independently and in small groups. High school students own a lot of the responsibility for their learning but also rely on the support of their Learning Coach and teachers when needed. A Learning Coach—usually a parent, legal guardian, or other trusted adult—is an important resource for students, monitoring progress and providing support when needed.
Explore the Stride K12 resources available for both students and parents to help families succeed with online learning.
How is the curriculum different from traditional brick-and-mortar schools?
A key difference between traditional brick-and-mortar school and a Georgia online high school powered by Stride K12 is the personalized learning approach Stride K12 can provide. Students can fill any knowledge gaps and explore areas of interest with support from their Learning Coach and certified teachers.
Students enrolled in a Stride K12-powered online high school in Georgia can take courses at a variety of levels, including core and honors. Curriculum and supplemental activities are focused on high school and beyond.
Learn more about online high school courses that support your teen's future at a Stride K12-powered online high school in Georgia.
How will my high school student socialize?
A well-rounded education includes opportunities to socialize. Students enrolled in a Stride K12-powered online high school in Georgia will have opportunities to engage with their peers outside of the virtual classroom setting. Virtual and in-person field trips, clubs, and leadership development opportunities help students foster friendships and build social skills.**
Learn more about extracurricular activities available to students enrolled in a Stride K12-powered Georgia online high school.
*Many Microsoft®️ Office certificates can be earned after completing one course. Other certificates require more classes to be better prepared, and students who participate in Stride Career Prep for at least two years will have further preparation for certification testing.
**Extracurricular activities and clubs vary by school. Please check with your school.