Georgia Online Middle School
Empowering Students to Reach Their Potential
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 are not a resident of the listed county but are interested in online learning, please read on to learn more about online learning and explore the private school options available.
If your child needs an alternative to traditional school, online middle school in Georgia could be a great way to take charge of their learning. Online middle schools powered by Stride K12 offer a personalized approach to learning and a way for you to be more involved in your student's education. The Stride K12-powered tuition-free* online middle school in Georgia provides students with the tools they need to succeed in their own way, at their own pace.
How does Georgia online middle school work?
Online middle school in Georgia combines the flexibility and tailored nature of homeschooling with the structure and support system of traditional brick-and-mortar schools. Grades 6–8 are critical years for students to address gaps in learning, master challenging concepts, and prepare for high school. Students follow a traditional school calendar, are taught by Georgia-certified teachers, and have access to extracurricular programs and activities that connect them with their peers.**
The Stride K12-powered online middle school in Georgia uses quality curriculum and a personalized approach to learning, letting students explore topics that interest them, spend more time addressing education gaps, and expand their perspectives in new and interesting ways.
During the day, students participate in scheduled, live online classes from wherever they have an internet connection. Students work offline to complete subject and skill-level related assignments. These assignments can be completed independently, in small groups of peers, or with the assistance of their Learning Coach—usually a parent or another responsible adult who gives support and guidance to the student.
Explore the resources available for Learning Coaches and students that can ease the transition to online learning and set a foundation for success.
How is the curriculum developed for the Stride K12-powered online middle school in Georgia?
Students enrolled in the Georgia online middle school powered by Stride K12 will learn with a curriculum that is rooted in the principles of how children learn, while harnessing the power of technology. The combination of live lessons, interactive sessions, and assignments allows students to engage with lessons in varied ways.
Time spent attending scheduled class online is just as valuable as time spent away from the computer screen. Learning Coaches can work closely with students with planning and progress tools, online assessments, and resources to maintain momentum throughout the school year. As students progress through middle school, they'll begin to take on more responsibility for their education, preparing them for the more rigorous academics of high school.
Preview a sample online lesson to see what a Stride K12-powered Georgia online middle school class is like.
Will my student have opportunities to socialize?
Middle school is an important time for students to develop essential social skills and meaningful friendships. Students enrolled in the Stride K12-powered Georgia online middle school will be able to participate in virtual and teacher-supervised clubs, in-person and online field trips, social excursions, and other events.** Explore the activities available to the online middle school in Georgia powered by Stride K12.
*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.
**Extracurricular activities and clubs vary by school. Please check with your school