Accelerated Learner Programs
Gifted Learners Deserve Advanced Curriculum
Is your student up for an academic challenge? K12-powered public school at home can be a great choice for keeping your advanced learner engaged and working to their full potential.
Beyond the freedom of moving through daily lessons at their own pace, many K12-powered schools provide advanced learning programming for qualified students*, including honors and Advanced Placement® courses. High school students can even earn college credits while still in high school.
Whatever the future holds—college, career, or both—K12-powered schools have an option that’s right for your advanced learner.
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Advanced Learning: K–8
Many K12-powered schools provide Advanced Learner Programs (ALPs) for elementary and middle school students who are ready for more academic challenge. These school-specific programs strive to align with the guidelines established by the National Association for Gifted Children. Enrichment options may include:
Curriculum compacting, allowing for more rapid progress
Individual course advancement
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Advanced Learning: High School
K12-powered schools can be a great choice for advanced learners who want to use their high school years to dive deep or get ahead. From rigorous curriculum to the opportunity to earn college credits, high school advanced learning education programs can come with big benefits. Options vary by school but may include:
Early high school graduation
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Help your child reach their full potential in a safe, secure learning environment that can set them up for success in the future.
*Options for advanced learning vary by school. Please check with your school for its offerings.