Attend classes specifically designed to be online.
Participate in virtual student clubs and extracurriculars.
Receive one-on-one support.
Participate in gifted and talented programs.
Learn at a faster, more challenging pace.
Earn college credit through Advanced Placement® courses.
Gain real-world skills through career and technical education courses.
Develop independence and responsibility.
Receive individual support and guidance.
Find a welcoming, accepting community.
Learn from home and concentrate on studies.
Develop social-emotional skills in a highly supportive environment.
Empower parents to play a role in their child’s success.
Find a public school alternative to homeschooling.
Take time to focus on family values.
Plan lessons around appointments and other commitments.
Complete certain schoolwork in the evening or on weekends.
Receive support from caring teachers and staff.
Pursue a personal or business passion while continuing to succeed in school.
Participate in top-level youth athletics.
Find time for a rigorous practice schedule.
Follow a learning path that works with learning disabilities.
Participate in special education courses.
Receive exceptional support from teachers and staff.
Take Advanced Placement® courses and earn college credit.
Receive focused guidance from college counselors.
Build personal responsibility.