Online Schools in Washington
At K12, we believe each student deserves educational opportunities that can lead toward future success. That's why we work with online public schools in Washington to offer a personalized learning program that can make the most of a student's potential. If you're looking for a different way to do school, a K12-powered Washington public school may be just what you're looking for.
How does K12-powered online school in Washington compare to traditional school?
K12-powered online public schools in Washington share many similarities with brick-and-mortar public schools, including:
Tuition-free* enrollment: Families do not pay tuition to enroll their students.
School Year Schedule: K12-powered online schools follow the traditional school year in Washington.
State-Certified Teachers: Washington-certified teachers provide instruction and support.
Quality Curriculum: K12's high-quality online curriculum engages and challenges young minds.
High School Diploma: High school graduates earn a diploma recognized by colleges and universities.
Social Opportunities: Students have opportunities to connect with friends and classmates online and in person.
How does K12-powered Washington public school work?
Your student's learning starts with an effective, caring team that includes teachers, counselors, school staff, and you. A parent or another responsible adult fills the role of Learning Coach to help your student stay on their learning schedule, record daily attendance, and communicate with teachers.
Your student will do coursework via computer through the Online School, which provides access to the K12 online curriculum and its interactive lessons, learning games, and videos. This is also where your student engages with classmates and teachers when attending live, online classes called Class Connect sessions. And because a school experience is about academics plus so much more, your student can participate in online clubs as well as school-sponsored 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.