Online Homeschool Programs
How to School at home with K12
If you're interested in educating your child at home, K12 can help.
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Programs and Curriculum
Explore How to School at Home
If you're interested in educating your child at home with an online public school, or online homeschool courses, K12 can help. The K12 curriculum is a helpful supplement to your existing homeschool program, with challenging, engaging, and highly interactive courses. Enrolling your student in an online public school is a homeschool alternative that combines the benefits of public school with the greater involvement and personalized learning students typically enjoy with homeschool.
Students and Parent Experience
The Benefits of Both Worlds
K12 understands the challenges and rewards of choosing to homeschool, for both parents and students. Parents can expand their own homeschool program, with K12 curriculum or serve as Learning Coaches and remain active participants in their child's education.
"The curriculum is great … It's not just textbook stuff. It's stuff you deal with every day in the real world, people you meet".
–Robert S., 2020 Parent*.
"Online school gave me a chance to have control over what they were learning."
–Ana H., 2019 Parent**
"Knowing that my children's academic future will be good ... because of the way that they have learned to learn, it makes a difference to me."
–Elmater M., 2019 Parent†
How Online School at Home Works
Consider the benefits and support of an online school program when thinking about how to school at home for your family. Learn more about the benefits of instruction from certified teachers, live classes, curriculum, and planning with an online public school.
*Robert is the parent of a 2020 student at a K12-powered school in Florida, and his statement reflects his experience at his child's school.
**Ana is the parent of 2019 students at a K12-powered school in Pennsylvania, and her statement reflects her experience at her children's school.
†Elmater is the parent of two 2019 students at a K12-powered school in Washington, D.C., and her statement reflects her experience at her children's school.