Homeschooling Alternatives and Socialization
At Stride K12, we understand how important it is for students to grow and succeed both academically and socially. That’s why we place an emphasis on providing social activities and clubs for online students.
Social Activities for Stride K12-Powered Students
Homeschooling and socialization is a common concern among parents regarding at home learning. It can be difficult to find clubs for homeschoolers that allow students to meet and interact with peers in their area. And if your student is completely new to online learning, you may be worried about the adjustment, particularly in regards to socialization.
Stride K12-powered schools make a concerted effort to provide students with social experiences to promote healthy development. Students enrolled in Stride K12-powered schools can participate in both virtual and in-person* activities like field trips, school-based clubs, and other extracurriculars. Plus, online forums and discussions allow students to form communities around shared interests with peers from across the country.
In-Person* Field Trips
Contests and Showcases
Leadership Development Opportunities
College and Career Workshops
How do students socialize in online school?
Though classes are taught virtually, students enrolled in Stride K12-powered schools are given ample opportunity to socialize and form lasting friendships. Watch this video to learn more about Stride K12’s efforts to help families with homeschooling alternatives and socialization.
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Stride K12-powered online schools are a great alternative to traditional homeschooling. Click below to get the process started by creating a Parent Portal account or logging in to your existing account.
*In-person learning opportunities vary by school. Please check with your school.