Online High Schools in Oklahoma
Personalized Learning for Oklahoma High School Students
K12-powered online high schools in Oklahoma give your family a new approach to education. Students receive the benefits of a public school education with the convenience of schooling from home or anywhere they have an internet connection. Explore a new way to learn and find out how an Oklahoma public high school powered by K12 may be right for your student.
How does K12-powered online high school in Oklahoma compare to traditional public school?
Many aspects of an Oklahoma public high school powered by K12 are similar to traditional public school:
Tuition-free* enrollment: Families do not pay tuition to enroll their students.
Standard school year: Online schools in Oklahoma follow the traditional school year calendar.
Certified teachers: State-certified teachers provide instruction and support for students.
High school diploma: Graduates earn a diploma recognized by colleges and universities around the country.
Social opportunities: Students enjoy a variety of ways to connect with peers online and in person.
What can my family expect from a K12-powered online high school in Oklahoma?
Your student can expect a rigorous, engaging, and exciting education experience—one that's tailored to their individual strengths, interests, and needs. The online high school curriculum includes required core subjects as well as an array of electives that help students pursue their passions. Career-focused courses provide students a head start on preparing for success after high school. Online clubs, optional in-person events, and field trips offer opportunities for students to connect with their school community and build social skills.
Families can also expect a clear line of communication with their student's teachers. A parent or other responsible adult will serve as the student's Learning Coach, spending approximately 1 to 3 hours per day in support of their student, helping to keep them on schedule and logging attendance.
Explore individual student stories that describe a day in the life of an online student.
*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 you address your technological and computer needs.