Is online elementary school right for your child?
Online elementary school is a wonderful option for starting your child in an elementary school program that's tailored to their needs. And unlike a traditional brick-and-mortar setting, your child's classroom can be wherever you have an internet connection. The goal? To meet the needs of diverse learners and help them thrive!
Engaging, Interactive Curriculum
Online and In-Person Sessions and Activities*
A Supportive School Community
How does online elementary school work?
Our curriculum is rooted in the principles of how children learn, while the online school platform harnesses the power of 21st-century technology to make learning come alive. Stride K12-powered online elementary schools offer engaging courses that provide a solid foundation in reading, math, science, and history. Students may also choose courses in art, music, and world languages.** All courses are designed to help spark your student's joy of learning and discover interests that they can continue to develop through their schooling career.
Explore Online Courses
Stride K12-powered online elementary schools offer engaging, interactive courses that combine tried-and-true educational approaches with the best practices for online instruction.
Your Student's Team
As a parent, you play an active role by partnering with teachers and your child—while Stride K12 and your school provide resources, advice, and access to the support of an online parent community.
In elementary school, content is a blend of online and offline learning, with hands-on materials provided.† Students join online class sessions with teachers and can work independently to varying degrees but do require support from their Learning Coach for much of the school day.‡
Take a closer look at how online learning works for elementary students in the videos shown here.
You or another responsible adult act as your child's Learning Coach. Learning Coaches work with teachers—helping to monitor student attendance and mastery of online lessons and assessments. On average, you'll spend 4–6 hours a day providing guidance and oversight.‡
Watch to see what the role of the Learning Coach is like at different stages of elementary school.
State-certified teachers help create student learning plans, monitor progress and attendance, teach live online classes, and hold online help sessions and office hours.
Watch these videos to learn what to expect from your student's teachers as they progress through elementary school. Then, take a moment to meet the teaching team.
Ready to Enroll?
You've done your research, you like what you see, and you're ready to sign up. Click below to get the process started by creating a Parent Portal account or logging in to your existing account.
*In-person learning opportunities vary by school. Please check with your school.
** Courses vary by school. Please check with your school.
†Course materials vary by course and school. Please check with your school about offline course materials.
‡This time varies based on the independence of your student.
§Extracurricular activities and clubs vary by school. Please check with your school.