Looking for an alternative to homeschooling your middle schooler?
K12 understands the challenges and rewards of homeschooling middle school students. And if you're considering an alternative to a middle school homeschool program, we have options.
At K12-powered tuition-free* online public schools, students benefit from:
A personalized learning approach
Instruction from state-certified teachers
Engaging, interactive curriculum
Online lessons, interactive activities, and virtual classroom sessions
Opportunities to connect through in-person events
Support from counselors and school administrators
In addition, K12-powered schools adhere to state testing, school accountability, and attendance policies, and graduates earn a high school diploma.
Curriculum Designed for 21st-Century Learning
The curriculum for middle school students at K12-powered schools brings together the benefits of a traditional approach to education within a 21st-century virtual environment. Online lessons in math, language arts, science, history, art, and music combine hands-on learning activities using education materials delivered to your door.**
Interested in supplementing your middle school homeschool program curriculum?
K12 offers one of the largest online homeschool K–12 curriculums in the industry with award-winning courses from preschool through high school. You and your student will benefit from:
Engaging, challenging, and interactive courses
Easy-to-use planning and progress tools, assessments, answer keys, and teaching guides
Various payment options, including subscription plans and discounts for pre-payment and for enrolling siblings
*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.
†Course offerings vary by school and state. Please visit your school page or check with your school counselor.