Online Middle Schools in Washington, D.C.
A Learning Environment as Unique as Your Student
If you're seeking an alternative to traditional school, learn more about Washington, D.C. online middle school. The Stride K12-powered online middle school in D.C., offers students a tuition-free,* personalized learning environment from the comfort and safety of home. Learn more about how Stride K12-powered online school provides your student with an academic plan that supports their unique strengths and interests.
How do I know if Washington, D.C. online middle school powered by Stride K12 is a good fit for my student?
Middle school is a critical time for students to address gaps in learning, master challenging concepts, prepare for tests, and form lasting friendships. Like a brick-and-mortar school, the Stride K12-powered online middle school in Washington, D.C. follows the traditional school year calendar, licensed teachers provide instruction, and counselors and school staff are on hand to offer help.
An average school day at online middle school in Washington, D.C. includes students attending scheduled, live online classes and completing offline assignments and projects aligned with the subject matter and their individual skill level. As students advance through middle school, they begin to take more responsibility for their learning as they prepare to transition to high school.
Washington, D.C. online middle school encourages a parent or another responsible adult to play the active role of Learning Coach in their student's education. The Learning Coach provides motivation, academic support, and guidance throughout the school year. There's also plenty of support available for the Learning Coach through training tools and opportunities to connect with other Learning Coaches.
Explore the Stride K12 resources available for both students and parents to help families succeed with online learning.
Engaging Lessons on and off the Computer
Grades 6–8 are important stages where students need the opportunity to master lesson objectives. The primary instruction takes place virtually during live, online classes. Students at the Stride K12-powered online middle school in Washington, D.C. work independently or with their Learning Coach to complete offline supplemental activities. Online assessments are integrated with the planning and progress tools so you can work with your student to find the right pace for each subject and stay on track.
View sample online lessons to get an idea of what lessons look like at the Stride K12-powered Washington, D.C. online middle school.
How will my middle school student socialize?
The Stride K12-powered online middle school in Washington, D.C. works to strengthen the learning community by providing students the opportunity to foster real connections with their peers. Students can socialize with each other through online clubs and field trips—from virtual to real world—to places like local theme parks and museums.**
*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.
**Extracurricular activities and clubs vary by school. Please check with your school.