Online Learning Available In Everett

September 29, 2016


online learning

Have you considered the option of online learning?

Now that school in the greater Everett area has been up and running for a month or so, some students may find they’re having trouble in a standard classroom setting and may want to look at online learning. sponsor K12 offers a couple of different ways kids can stay on track.

We wanted to take a minute or two of your time to highlight the programs of K12 and ask you to consider if online learning may be right for your family. Its not too late to get signed up.

Washington Virtual Academy

Grades: K-12
WAVA offers an individualized education tailored to each student. The rigorous curriculum includes electives such as art, music, profession-focused courses, and world languages. The Running Start and Tech Prep programs offer dual enrollment where students can earn college credit while in high school.
Grades: 9-12
ISWA’s program was designed to help high school students stay in school and earn a diploma. Highlights include recovery courses, advisory meetings, and highly supportive teachers and school staff. Students also receive college and career guidance.

How is online schooling different from a traditional classroom?

  • Classes do not take place in a building, but rather, wherever an Internet connection can be found.
  • Courses are online with instruction from state-certified teachers.
  • Students work independently in workbooks and textbooks all provided free of charge.
  • All materials and books are sent directly to your doorstep – including art supplies and science experiments.

High school students have the opportunity to attend workshops on college and career planning. Graduates of the K12 program receive an accredited high school diploma. Kids who have completed online high school have gone on to continue their education at Everett Community College, Cascadia Community College and Bellevue College.

Online learning isn’t just for those in high school. There are individualized learning plans for each student and the opportunity to choose from over 240 courses including six world languages. To find out more, click the photo below or call 844-514-8108 and tell them sent you.


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