K12-Powered Online Schools for Fifth Grade Provide Personalized Education
K12-powered online fifth grade programs empower students to discover and create their own path as they learn to problem-solve and think critically. As students grow their knowledge and meet personal and academic goals, their support team—including their Learning Coach (a parent or another responsible adult), teachers, school administration—is there to help.
What does the online fifth grade curriculum look like?
The K12-powered online fifth grade program curriculum combines the foundations of traditional academics with an easy-to-use online platform.
K12’s upper elementary curriculum fosters curiosity, creativity, and exploration while preparing students for middle school where they’ll become more independent learners. State-certified teachers lead students through engaging lessons and hands-on activities while working with parents to guide students on their individual academic paths.
How does an online fifth grade program compare to a brick-and-mortar approach?
A K12-powered online fifth grade education option is similar to the traditional brick-and-mortar model:
It follows the traditional school calendar year.
Online public school is tuition-free.*
Students receive instruction and support from state-certified teachers.
Unlike the traditional model, however, our online technology allows students to access coursework anywhere there’s an internet connection, and textbooks and learning materials are delivered right to your door. **
Find an online fifth grade program for your student.
Use School Finder to locate a K12-powered online fifth grade program near you. Keep in mind that some schools only serve residents of specific areas.
*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.