Should I switch to online school?
The decision to switch to online school depends on your child’s unique needs and your family’s lifestyle. Consider the following questions:
- Is your child struggling to thrive in a traditional classroom setting?
- Does your child have medical conditions that require a more flexible and safe learning environment?
- Is your child craving a more challenging or flexible academic experience?
There are many great reasons to transfer, and understanding why families make this transition can help guide your decision-making process.
Three Simple Steps to Transfer
While the transfer process may vary based on your chosen school or program, three simple steps will get you started:
1. Research Your Options
Explore different schools, considering factors such as location, curriculum, and extracurricular activities.
2. Narrow Down Your List
Take into account cost, academic rigor, and the choice between online and traditional options.
3. Tour the Schools
If possible, schedule a tour of your local K12 program provider to get a feel for the optional in-person clubs and activities.
How long does a school transfer take?
Though transfer timelines can vary due to individual circumstances, families typically complete the process within a few weeks.
What information do I need?
Obtain your child’s academic records, including grades, credits, and proof of academic progress.
Fill out a transfer application, usually available from your new school.
Be prepared to provide immunization records and any other required documentation.
How do we get started?
Once you’ve enrolled your child in their new school, create a quiet, distraction-free home environment where they can focus on their studies. Establish a routine and reach out to the K12 for support.
Ready to begin the transfer process?
Find a K12-powered school that fits your child’s needs.
Reach out to our team for more information and personalized guidance.