Online Schools in Oregon
Midyear enrollments are now being accepted at all Oregon schools! Apply today.
Set Up Your Student for Success with Online Schools in Oregon
At K12-powered public schools in Oregon, our priority is providing a personalized approach to engaging instruction designed to make your student an independent learner, preparing them for success inside and outside the classroom.
Oregon Virtual Academy (ORVA) has been renamed and no longer uses K12's award-winning curriculum. ORVA families that want to continue with our curriculum can enroll in Cascade Virtual Academy (CVA). CVA is a tuition-free online public school powered by K12 that provides the flexibility and transparency your family needs—all from the safety of home. Spring semester enrollments are now being accepted for grades K–12. The team at CVA is available to support K–8 families who may want to transition from ORVA immediately!
Flexible Online Education in Oregon
K12-powered online schools in Oregon are designed to nurture your student's success, regardless of their grade level or future plans. They are similar to traditional brick-and-mortar schools in a number of ways. For example, they follow the traditional school year, and families do not pay tuition for students to enroll.*
Your student will learn from state-licensed teachers and can attend classes and complete assignments wherever there is an internet connection, making it ideal for families on the go. Plus, there are opportunities to participate in student activities both online and in-person,** ensuring that their time in public school in Oregon is growing both their knowledge and social skills.
How does K12-powered online public school in Oregon work?
For grades K–5, the K12 curriculum is mastery based, encouraging students to learn and grow at their own pace. The Learning Coach (the parent or another responsible adult) plays a significant role for this grade level.
As students transition to grades 6–12, they are encouraged to become more independent and take more responsibility for their own learning. The Learning Coach role becomes one of monitoring and offering support. Graduates earn a high school diploma.
*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 technology and computer questions and needs. Educational materials vary by school and course.
**In-person opportunities vary by school. Please check with your school.