High School

College Readiness included with High School enrollment


K12Kidz offers a nationally aligned curriculum covering all the core subjects in great depth. With our assessment tool, parents can keep track of their child’s progress and request any necessary changes in their curriculum offering so that their child is getting the absolute best education K12Kidz has to offer them.


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The content in our Mathematics titles meets and exceeds the requirements of the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics. On-screen manipulatives such as scientific and standard calculators assist students with their work.








K12Kidz High School science courses meet and exceed the requirements of the National Science Education Standards (NSES). These requirements are identified in the following standards: Science Inquiry, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science, Life Science, Science and Technology, Science in Personal and Social Perspectives, and the History and Nature of Science.



Social Science








Social Sciences curriculum helps students understand who they are, where their ancestors came from, how they got where they are, and why current and past events are important to them. Our curriculum fully correlates to major mastery standards, including the National Council for Social Studies Standards.


Reading, Language Arts and Writing

K12Kidz Reading and Language Arts titles meet and exceed the requirements of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) for the Standards of English Language Arts. In addition, the Reading titles address the core reading skills identified by the National Reading Panel: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary development, comprehension, and fluency.

Electives (Included in High School Package)

The elective courses are designed to meet or exceed national standards in the course subjects. Extensive reading materials and resources produced by various departments within the United States government are provided in order to give students practice in becoming more independent learners and become familiar with public resources as they move closer to living as an independent adult in today’s information-based society.