20 of the Best Homeschooling Websites and Learning Resources - Learning Liftoff
These 20 homeschooling websites provide amazing resources for homeschoolers, from free lessons, to educational videos, experiments, games and activities.
@k12inc posted to Instagram: School choice is your right - online school school is your future. Share your plans for school in the fall? . Meet Owen, a rising 8th grade student at Louisiana Virtual Charter Academy. His family chose K12 so he could pursue his acting, culinary, and competitive swimming goals without sacrificing academic growth and success. Live classes and outings help him continue to have a sense of community with his classmates and teachers. The recorded classes enable him…
@k12inc posted to Instagram: Millions have made the grade with online school. Are you ONE, too? #onlineeducation #onlinelearning #onlineschool #education #learning #learn #schoolathome #K124AnyONE #K12Learn #IAmONE #distancelearning
Benefits of Enrolling in an Online School
Many families wait until late summer or early fall before taking the time to enroll in their online school. Enrolling early, however, yields many benefits.
K12 | Education for Any ONE on Instagram: “P.E. for the day included snorkeling with sea turtles! . Meet Jordan, a rising 6th grade student at California Virtual Academies. It…”
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Summer Slide? Avoid the COVID Slide
When you can't take the kids to a museum in person, you can take a virtual tour at these impressive virtual museums that are worth exploring together.
Josh is graduating from iQ Academy California - Los Angeles! At only 8 years old, Josh was in a NYC broadway show, and at that time his family chose K12 so he would be able to pursue his entertainment career. Now, he’s off to @fullsail University where he will study business entertainment. He plans to become a choreographer and creative director. We are so proud of you, Josh!
Brighter days are ahead for Katelyn who is graduating from California Virtual Academies! Her family chose K12 because of the flexibility it gave her to work and excel at her own pace. She has been dual enrolled in a local community college since her sophomore year of high school, and will complete her associates degree at Cuesta College before transferring to California State University. We are very proud of you, Katelyn!
Dezaraye is a graduate from Indiana Digital Learning School! Her family chose K12 because her mother felt as though the local brick & mortar wasn't able to provide the education she deserved. Now, she's planning to pursue a career in graphic design! We are so proud of you, Dezaraye!
Alyssa is a graduate from Insight School of California! Her family chose K12 because of past bullying experiences. Now, she’s planning to pursue a degree in photography! We are so proud of you, Alyssa!
Kyree is a graduate from K12 International Academy! His family chose K12 because of the flexibility to learn, work and travel for basketball. Next stop @chameleon_bx then the 2021 NBA Draft! We are so proud of you, Kyree!
TUITION-FREE SUMMER PROGRAMS
Your child can explore high-demand career fields with an online course in business, healthcare, or IT. These courses begin June 24, 2020, and must be completed by July 22, 2020, to receive 0.5 high school elective credit. Students can also participate in two, 2-week boot camps where they'll learn to code and get to take part in an eSports tournament. Boot camps run June 15–June 27, 2020, and July 6–July 17, 2020
How to Choose the Best School for Your Child - Learning Liftoff
Choosing the best school for your child is vital. Be sure to consider all of these factors when you choose a new school or to evaluate your current school.
The Importance of Life Skills-Based Education - Learning Liftoff
It's important that all children learn life skills to help them transition into adulthood. Such skills, including critical thinking, problem solving and survival skills, as well as laundry and cooking, should be taught early on.