Online Kindergarten for Oklahoma Students
Starting school is more than an important milestone in a young student's life; the first year of formal education can help shape a child's feelings about education for years to come. Because it's crucial to help students develop a love for learning, many Oklahoma kindergarten families are discovering the benefits of K12-powered online learning—combining the best of public school education with the comfort and safety of home.
How does K12-powered kindergarten in Oklahoma work?
Eligible Oklahoma kindergartners can access program benefits by enrolling in a tuition-free* K12-powered public school where students enjoy a personalized learning program experience and instruction from state-licensed teachers. Students can log in to school from any computer with an internet connection, so learning can happen from home or on the go.
Students attend online class sessions with their teachers and access daily coursework using K12's interactive curriculum. Kindergarten students also spend time learning offline with the help and supervision of their Learning Coach—usually a parent or other responsible adult. A student's Learning Coach should plan to spend 3 to 6 hours each school day assisting their student and completing other education-related tasks such as corresponding with the teacher and logging attendance.
Students at K12-powered schools often have opportunities to participate in school-sponsored outings and events as well, which gives them a chance to make friends and connect with their school community.
To learn more about how K12-powered kindergarten works, view the videos and information regarding the role of the Learning Coach.
What are K12 kindergarten courses like?
The K12 kindergarten curriculum uses fun graphics, learning tools, and games to engage students in learning core concepts such as math, science, history, and language arts as well as art and music. In addition to online lessons, kindergarten students spend time using hands-on education materials such as printed books, math manipulatives, and art supplies.†
The curriculum is engaging, robust, and integrated so that your student may read a book about the same time period as the music or history they're studying, giving your student a more complete understanding of each subject. K12 courses in the early grades provide a solid foundation for future studies.
Curious to see for yourself what the K12 curriculum is like? Watch a sample online elementary school lesson.
Your K12-Powered Online Kindergarten Option in Oklahoma
Oklahoma families have access to this excellent online school option powered by K12:
Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy challenges students in grades K–12 to achieve their potential with a personalized program of engaging courses, caring teachers, and a vibrant school community.
- Oklahoma-certified teachers tailor teaching to student needs through an interactive online classroom.
- Rigorous, interactive curriculum offers opportunities for advanced learners to get ahead.
- Eligible students can earn college credits on select courses through concurrent enrollment.
- Field trips, extracurricular activities, and clubs help students connect.
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K12-Powered Online Kindergarten in Oklahoma
Families across the state are discovering the benefits of online learning powered by K12. Learn more about attending Oklahoma's K12-powered online kindergarten program from home. If you're ready to enroll, you can start your online application process now.
*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 address your technological and computer questions and needs.
†Course materials vary by course and school. Please check with your school about offline course materials.