A variety of courses tailored to each student’s needs.
Career Prep Courses Tailored to Fit Your Student's Needs
Does your child want to go beyond the courses offered at their current school? Students in our career and college prep program get exposure to a different way of learning as they balance academic requirements with hands-on, project-based learning and career exploration. As they explore career fields, they have the opportunity to narrow their focus, prepare for industry exams, and even complete college credits while they're still in high school at select schools.*
K12's approach turns state-certified teachers into career coaches and lessons into life skills. Students learn leadership, collaboration, technology, and more—modern workplace expectations. Whatever path your child chooses, they'll be able to get a head start on their career as early as middle school.
Stride teaches core classes like English, math, and science with a modern flare. The core academics are required to graduate, just like in traditional school. But with a K12-powered school, students attend classes in a digital environment and get more freedom to pace their class assignments and homework around scheduled, teacher-led sessions called Class Connects. And they have the power to customize their schedules with their preferred electives like world languages. Advanced Placement®, dual enrollment, and credit recovery options* allowing for a more personalized education experience based on each student’s needs.**
Career Pathway Elective Course List
*Opportunities vary by school; please visit your school page or check with your school counselor.
**The career and college prep program is offered to eligible high school students. Some schools also offer career exploration in middle school.
†Many Microsoft® Office certificates can be earned after completing one course. Other certificates require more classes to be better prepared, and students who participate in the program for at least two years will have further preparation for certification testing.