Online Schools in Massachusetts
A New Approach to K-12 Online Learning in Massachusetts
Discover a quality education for your child of any age with an online school in Massachusetts powered by Stride K12. We incorporate the same, successful structure of traditional school with the added convenience of attending live classes from anywhere there’s an internet connection. An online education from Stride K12 can help prepare your child for the world ahead through engaging online learning, an intuitive platform, and a flexible environment.
How Online School in Massachusetts Works
Attending online school is similar to brick-and-mortar schools in both curriculum and structure. Virtual classes are held live with a state-certified teacher, and assignments involve both online and offline work. The curriculum is structured in a way that helps all students grow as they progress through the grade levels.
There are also many opportunities to connect with peers through social clubs and offline activities. When you choose a Massachusetts online school powered by Stride K12, you and your student will experience comprehensive learning that comes alive, anywhere.
Personalized Learning for Unique Students
At Stride K12, we know that every student is unique. That’s why you’ll find a personalized learning environment that can be tailored to your individual child’s needs. The accessible interface allows you to customize the schedule in a way that supports how your student learns best. They will also have the opportunity to spend extra time with any challenging topics that they may encounter, without falling behind.
Stride K12-powered online school in Massachusetts provides parents with unprecedented access to their child’s progress in school. This gives you (the “Learning Coach”) and the teacher the opportunity to intervene and support your student in the most effective ways to keep them on track. Traditional education simply doesn’t provide the same accessibility.
Parents of elementary school students should expect to spend 4–6 hours per day supporting their education. As they become more independent, middle school and high school students require less parental involvement for a successful education. The time commitment for adults supporting older students averages 1–3 hours per day.
A Day in the Life of an Online Student
Find out more about how a Stride K12-powered Massachusetts online school works with the “day in the life” student insights below.
Schools Available to Massachusetts Students
Help prepare your student for a successful future with an engaging, innovative, and inclusive online education powered by Stride K12.
*Common household items and office supplies like printer ink and paper are not provided. Our enrollment consultants can help address your technological and computer needs.