Online Schools in New Mexico
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Online public school in New Mexico gives students individually-tailored education
The ability to fully focus on learning without distractions or bullying
The excitement of an engaging online and offline curriculum**
Instruction from state-licensed teachers
The support of a Learning Coach (usually a parent)
The ability to learn from home or wherever there's internet access
This means online school in New Mexico powered by K12 may be what you're looking for if you want your child to experience something different from a one-size-fits-all education.
How does K12-powered online school in New Mexico work?
K12-powered online school in New Mexico has much in common with traditional schooling. Students attend virtual classes, do coursework, and interact with teachers and peers through the Online School platform. K12's engaging, highly interactive online curriculum challenges students to discover their passions and make the most of their potential. This high-quality curriculum offers a combination of traditional core subjects such as math, English/language arts, history, and science, with electives that enrich and inspire. Additionally, students have opportunities to interact socially through field trips, clubs, and other extracurricular activities.
Students' learning experiences in K12-powered online schools in New Mexico vary according to grade range:
Grades K–5: The curriculum's mastery-based online lessons include hands-on learning away from the computer. The Learning Coach commitment is about 4 to 6 hours per day working with your student on lessons.
Grades 6–8: Students use a combination of online and hands-on learning materials. The Learning Coach, a parent or other responsible adult, works with their student about 1 to 3 hours per day monitoring their progress, logging daily attendance, and communicating with teachers.
Grades 9–12: Online classes are led by subject-specific teachers, and college and career-planning counselors offer support, helping students set goals. The Learning Coach spends about 1 to 3 hours per day overseeing their student's progress and logging attendance.
*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.
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**Course materials vary by course and school. Please check with your school about offline course materials.