Find Your K12-Powered School

K12 makes it easy to discover the best school that meets your needs right now.

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How to Enroll

A whole new learning experience is just around the corner

  1. Create Your Account

    Begin by creating your account so you may access your online application, get real-time alerts, and quick links to important info.

  2. Choose Your School

    You have options! Explore K12-powered schools by using the Find a School tool above.

  3. Complete Admissions Questions

    We’re here to guide you each step of the way.

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How to Transfer Schools

Transitioning to a K12-powered school is a simple process – whether you’re considering transferring midyear or planning ahead.

While the transfer process may vary based on your chosen school or program, three simple steps will get you started:

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  • Step 1

    Research Your Options

    Explore different schools, considering factors such as location, curriculum, and extracurricular activities.

  • Step 2

    Narrow Down Your List

    Take into account cost, academic rigor, and the choice between online and traditional options.

  • Step 3

    Tour the Schools

    If possible, schedule a tour of your local K12 program provider to get a feel for the optional in-person clubs and activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

The K12 curriculum is for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. There are schools powered by K12 across the country. Learn more about the options available in your area and enrollment requirements.

For K12-powered public school enrollment, you’ll need to meet the residency and enrollment requirements for your particular state. Required enrollment documentation varies by state, so check with your area school for specific details.

Moreover, to enroll in either a K12-powered public or private school, you’ll need to have some basic computer equipment and a reliable internet connection. Some public schools are able to provide a school-owned computer for student use—check with your school directly to learn if a loaner computer can be provided.

Enrollment deadlines vary by school. Generally, deadlines fall between late August through October for the fall semester and late January through March for spring. Many schools also offer continuous or midyear enrollment. Contact your school’s enrollment office for specific dates.

How do we get started?

Once you’ve enrolled your child in their new school, create a quiet, distraction-free home environment where they can focus on their studies. Establish a routine and reach out to K12 for support.

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Find a K12-powered school that fits your child’s needs.

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