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Tuition free. 100% online. Quality education

This is what a quality online school looks like:

  • Tuition free. No fees, just free.

  • AdvancED accredited and NCAA approved to graduate with a real diploma.

  • 100% online to study where you want.

  • Real, living, breathing teachers who are highly qualified and dedicate

  • An immersive curriculum packed with videos and interactive material. It’s also won several awards.

  • Choose between semester-long or six-week classes

  • Opportunities to catch up or graduate early with full-time or part-time enrollment.

Semester or six-week courses?

Traditional Semesters

  • About six classes every semester

  • Like traditional school at home

  • Fall, winter, spring and summer breaks

  • For grades 6–12

Six-week courses

  • Two classes every six weeks

  • Focus on less classes at a time

  • Catch up on credits or get ahead

  • Suggested grades 11–12. A great choice for high school students needing to recover credits.

Choose how you learn

Students have the ability to choose between traditional semester-long course or two courses every six weeks. You’ll earn the same amount of credits each semester, you just get to decide how you learn.

The support you need

Our highly qualified instructors work individually with all students to help them excel in the online environment. Through our 100% online curriculum, students can learn at their own pace alongside instructors who provide constant support via phone calls, emails, instant messages and live online sessions.

Curriculum that’s unlike any other (seriously)

Over the past two decades, we’ve worked to develop aligned courses that engages students. Our curriculum has won 60+ awards and is filled with videos, stories, virtual reality, illustrations and interactive content to help you truly enjoy learning.

Welcome to the 21st century, education. We’ve missed you.