If your teen requires a more personalized learning approach, K12-powered online 12th grade could be the solution.
Students attend online public school tuition-free* and follow the traditional school year calendar, just like their peers in the brick-and-mortar school setting. Curriculum is taught by state-certified teachers, and your student can earn a high school diploma upon graduation. The difference lies in the approach.
Your student can complete online 12th grade lessons and coursework from the convenience of home or wherever there’s an internet connection.
With a focus on engaging coursework, your teen not only learns the material, but they build the communication, problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills they’ll need after graduation, whether that includes college or a career.
Students can also take part in clubs, extracurricular activities, and field trips to meet other students and build friendships.
And for a student’s perspective into online high school powered by K12, explore A Day in the Life.
Online 12th Grade Courses Offered By K12
K12’s curriculum includes nearly 200 high school courses designed to help students find their own path and follow it to postgraduation success.** In addition to completing core courses in math, science, history, and English, online 12th grade students can:
Choose from electives such as anthropology, environmental science, and web design. These are just a few of the courses available for students to pursue their passions.
Prepare for college with Advanced Placement® (AP®) courses. If college is in their postgraduation plans, this is a great way to jump-start their future.
Take STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) courses in topics like chemistry, physics, earth science, forensic science, and more.
Catch up with credit recovery courses so they can earn the credits necessary to graduate on time.
Type your zip code into our School Finder tool to find a K12-powered online 12th 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.