What is online 10th grade like?
K12-powered online 10th grade programs offer your student a personalized education experience. Students attend online public school tuition-free* and follow the traditional school year calendar, just like their peers in a brick-and-mortar public school.
The K12 curriculum for high school students builds the groundwork for their future and nurtures their passions with a variety of engaging courses. Online 10th grade programs offer:
Interactive, exploratory, and creative learning
Instruction and support from state-certified teachers
A high school diploma upon graduation
Is an online 10th grade program right for my student?
Online high school powered by K12 is a great option for families and students who want something different than the traditional brick-and-mortar setting can offer.
The difference lies in the personalized learning approach that works with their goals, strengths, and challenges in mind. Online 10th grade students can expect one-to-one support and open lines of communication. Students, parents, and teachers can connect to review the student's progress, goals, and any questions they may have.
And your student can complete their online 10th grade lessons and coursework wherever there's an internet connection.
What types of courses are in the K12 online 10th grade program?
Find an online 10th grade program for your child.
The high school years serve as the foundation for the future. At K12, we believe each student is uniquely able to succeed and that the K12-powered online 10th grade program will help them get there.
Type your zip code into our School Finder tool to find a K12-powered online 10th grade program near you. Please be advised 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.
**Courses and course materials vary by school and course.