K12 Inc. is a for-profit education company that sells online schooling and curriculum to state and local governments. Its educational products and services are designed as alternatives to traditional "bricks and mortar" education for public school students from kindergarten to 12th grade. K12 is a publicly traded education management organization (EMO) that provides online education services to charter school students. It is paid for from taxes. K12 is the largest EMO in terms of enrollment.

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  • See How CVCS is “Making Change” for Hurricane Victims
    In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, students and teachers at Chicago Virtual Charter School (CVCS) wanted to do something to make a difference. So a team of teachers including Kiana Philip, Jenny Riley, and Annie Dahl organized a service learning project to teach students about the importance of giving. The school ‘adopted’ brick and mortar […]
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  • Phoenix Blended Learning Center Doubles in Size to Serve More Students
    K12-powered Arizona Virtual Academy (AZVA), Insight Academy of Arizona (ISAZ) and nonprofit partner one-n-ten held a ribbon-cutting on September 20th for the new location of the Phoenix Blended Learning Center. The center provides a safe learning environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth, as well as straight allied youth in grades 7-12 enrolled […]
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  • Back-to-School Tips for Returning Online Students
    Many of the articles you will find on our bloggED are geared to our new faces at K12 – students, learning coaches and teachers – and with good reason!  Being online for the first time can be a bit overwhelming!  Well, fear not returning students – this one is for you! Not only have you […]
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  • CAVA Student Pursues Passion Through Online Education
    Sophia Kourtoglou manages a very demanding schedule. From mid-morning until early evening, Sophia spends hours on her tippy toes honing her craft as a ballet dancer with The Rock School for Dance Education in Philadelphia. In the early mornings and evenings, the 15-year-old from Northern California cracks open the books and works as a full-time […]
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  • Why I Celebrate National Online Learning Day
    Online learning means a lot to me for a number of reasons, but perhaps the most important reason is because it gives students and families a choice in their education. I feel so lucky to live in a state where families have options. Every day in life we are faced with choices – from what […]
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  • A Hurricane Harvey TXVA Story of Tragedy and Triumph
    Though Hurricane Harvey dumped unprecedented rainfall on Southeast Texas and many brick-and-mortar schools in the Houston area were forced to close for weeks, Texas Virtual Academy (TXVA) students have been able to attend online classes and complete their schoolwork as long as they had power and internet. Matt Pownall is one such TXVA student who […]
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  • Get Involved! September 15th is National Online Learning Day!
    Every day students across our nation benefit from the online education model. Friday, September 15th, marks National Online Learning Day, highlighting the unique benefits of a virtual learning. Aiming to showcase how students of all ages are thriving through their ability to learn virtually, Online Learning Day promotes awareness and support for the ever-growing community […]
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  • K12-Powered Online Schools Keep Students Learning Despite Texas Floodwaters
    The home of TOPS parent Tammie Newman, of Spring, Texas, was spared the wrath of Hurricane Harvey. Still, she and her family worked tirelessly helping neighbors and extended family to evacuate their flooded homes. Yet, when it comes to the education of her four children Dara, Kaven, Cyrus, and Fenix Alsup, unlike her neighbors, this […]
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  • K12-Powered Schools Keep the Learning Going Despite Hurricane Harvey
    Hurricane Harvey unleashed its fury on the Lone Star State right as the new school year got underway. But while most brick and mortar public schools in southern Texas had to cancel classes due to the unprecedented floodwaters, students at Texas Online Preparatory School, where I serve as Middle and High School Principal, as well […]
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  • Back to School Tips for New Online Teachers
    Every year when August hits, thousands of teachers gear up to start a new school year. Teachers come back refreshed and ready to change the world one student at a time. Unfortunately, it is easy to become overwhelmed, especially if online teaching is new to you. Below are five tips to help not only new […]
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  • 7-Year-Old WAVA Student Authors First Book After Inspiration From Online Curriculum
    Washington Virtual Academy (WAVA) student Ethan Danilet is already in the works of publishing his first book entitled, The Eagle and the Fish – at the ripe old age of 7. Within his first year at WAVA, Ethan’s natural creative spark has come to life as the freedom of an online environment have provided him the opportunity to develop his own narrative.  Ethan, who starts second grade this week, has ...
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  • Online School Empowers Teen Musician to Hone Her Craft
    Georgia Cyber Academy junior Allie Heard is a talented and aspiring musician. Aside from releasing several piano solo CDs, she was voted ‘Outstanding Student’ by the professors at Westminster Choir College Piano Camp and invited to continue studying under her professor at Belmont University after participating in the Belmont Piano Invitational. According to Allie’s mother, […]
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  • Advice for New Students in an Online School
    Congratulations on your decision to enter the 21st century of education by becoming a full-time online student! Your future has no limits! The most important thing that you can do in your new learning environment is to be present and engaged. Being present means attending all Class Connect sessions that you can. To be engaged, […]
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  • Life as a First-Year Virtual Teacher
    “We’d like to offer you a job as a special education co-teacher” were the magical words I heard from Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) middle school assistant administrator of special programs Alicia Kelley on June 10, 2016. This was the statement that changed the course of my career. With 14 years of experience, it seems that […]
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  • Back to School Tips for New Students
    I’ve been teaching for nearly a decade, and there are two school events that are my favorite: first day of school and our graduation/prom combo. Why? New beginnings. The first day of school is a chance for everyone to reinvent themselves to be a better version. This is especially exciting for students starting at a […]
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  • iCad Student Works to Rebuild Earthquake-Ravaged School in Nepal
    In 2015 there was an earthquake in Nepal that destroyed thousands of schools and killed nearly 9,000 people. Since hearing the news, Paul-Antoine Seitz, a senior at K12 International Academy (iCademy) has been passionately working to rebuild one of the earthquake-ravaged schools that was affected. Paul-Antoine enrolled with iCademy in September 2013 after being dissatisfied […]
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  • Helping People Understand the “New CTE”
    Most students look forward to the summer for one universal reason: school’s out! In fact, Alice Cooper’s anthem “School’s Out for Summer” still rings in my ears from when I was in high school. But earlier this summer, 6,000 students and 9,000 parents, advisors and interested business partners converged on Louisville, Kentucky, for the National Skills and Leadership Competitions […]
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  • How ALVA Helped Student Realize Her True Potential
    Hailey Bates is a rising 10th grader at Alabama Virtual Academy (ALVA). She is excited to start another school year in a learning environment where she can comfortably be herself!   For the past 12 years, Hailey has been moving around the world to places like South Korea with her family as her father served the U.S. Army.  He recently retired with an honorable discharge, and they were excited to s...
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  • Online School Gives Student the Environment Needed to Excel in Education
    Noah Uptain has found a breath of fresh air at Alabama Virtual Academy (ALVA). Noah has genetic fibroxanthoma bone deterioration in his legs. Online school has given him the confidence he needs to perform well in school and enjoy his classes.  Noah has had a total of eight surgeries, including femur replacements and knee and ankle surgery. He will undergo his ninth surgery in October for leg lengt...
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  • Virtual Teaching in Elementary School
    “How does that work?”  This question is one many parents ask when I tell them that I am a virtual teacher in a public charter school.  Virtual schools are becoming quite common in collegiate environments around our nation, but how could that be for elementary school?   It’s quite amazing and extremely effective. Students enrolled in the virtual school are schooled at home.  Each […]
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  • Online School Helps Student Find Her Voice
    Sophia Castellano is a rising ninth grader at Insight School of Ohio (ISOH) who is also a transgender female. After experiencing a great deal of stress from her previous brick-and-mortar school setting, she has found a new home with ISOH.     “She was being bullied daily in school and would come home with headaches, belly aches, and anxiety,” said her mother, Eilene Castellano. “Every night she wo...
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  • ARVA ’17 Graduate is All About The Bass
    When he was in the sixth grade, McKay Clark’s mother Kelly insisted he try almost any instrument for at least a year.    “I told him that he could not pick the tuba, as I wasn’t going to haul that big thing around all over the place.”    McKay was excited when he came home the next […]
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  • Reading Matters – How WIVA’s Online Book Fair Promotes Summer Reading
    Early Childhood Educators know the importance of quality literacy exposure, opportunities, and instruction.  A myriad of studies have all pointed to the same result—evidence supports that children who read for enjoyment every day perform better on tests, develop a more robust vocabulary, think more critically, and have an increased understanding of other cultures.  Research also indicates that […]
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  • This CASC Grad is a Virtual Pioneer
    Meet Mayme Medlock. Mayme was the Class of 2017 valedictorian at Cyber Academy of South Carolina (CASC). She is also the first-ever virtual school student to be named a Clemson Scholar.  Mayme enrolled at CASC for her junior year of high school when her grandmother became ill and her father’s job transferred him out of state, requiring him to move an hour away. CASC allowed her […]

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