Schoolwork for Willa, Jaala, Tre, and Jordin is a mix of scheduled, live classes called Class Connect sessions, self-guided offline assignments, and college and career prep activities like internships and college counselor meetings.
For example, a typical day may have Willa and Jaala starting with a math lesson on their own and then a live reading class later in the day led by their state-certified teacher. If they get stuck, their mom and Learning Coach Donesha is there to help.
A typical day for Tre may start with offline practice for music appreciation class and then a live literature class after lunch. Jordin may have a live AP® English class early in the morning and then spend the rest of her day at her dental internship. As questions come up, Tre and Jordin can reach out to their teachers in the live classes, via email, or during weekly office hours.
A benefit of schools powered by K12 is that the educational materials—a computer, textbooks, supplies for offline activities, and more—are provided.