Online High Schools in South Carolina
A Different Way to Succeed in High School
Sometimes finding the path to success means doing things a little differently. At K12-powered online high schools in South Carolina, students discover how to tap into their potential in a 21st century learning environment. Through engaging online curriculum, instruction from state-certified teachers, and the opportunity to take career-focused courses, students in South Carolina online high schools powered by K12 can prepare for college and a potential career. Graduates earn a high school diploma recognized by colleges and universities around the country. Plus, K12's personalized education program is tuition-free* and delivered to your home via the internet.
How do K12-powered online high schools in South Carolina work?
Students who attend a school powered by K12 have access to individually tailored education experiences that make learning interesting and interactive. K12's personalized approach addresses each student's academic strengths and areas that need support as well as considering their interests.
Students attend online classes in real-time led by South Carolina-certified teachers and do daily coursework via the Online School platform. The Learning Coach, a parent or other responsible adult, spends about 1 to 3 hours each day recording daily attendance, communicating with teachers when necessary, and helping students stay on their learning schedule.
Check out A Day in the Life to see a typical day in K12-powered online school.
What is the curriculum like in a K12-powered online high school in South Carolina?
The K12 curriculum offers core academics—math, English, science, and history—in multiple levels. World languages, art, and music are also available as well as a broad selection of electives, including career-focused courses that can introduce your student to a possible future career.
View sample lessons of K12's high school courses.
How do students interact with each other?
While academics are important at K12-powered online high schools in South Carolina, so are social connections. Students interact with each other and build relationships in their virtual classrooms and through a broad selection of online clubs as well as in-person social opportunities, including field trips, activities, and events.
*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 you address your technological and computer needs.