Discovery K12 Online Homeschool Set to Start September 7th

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Parents looking for an alternative to public school turn to Free Online Homeschool

Discovery K12, an online homeschool for pre-k to twelfth grade, is set to officially begin the 2021-2022 school year on September 7th, the Tuesday after Labor Day.

Now entering its ninth year, the free service has over 20,000 lessons across seven subjects including Reading/Literature, Language Arts, Math, History/Social Studies, Science, Visual/Performing Arts, and Physical Education. Discovery K12 offers a traditional, secular, online curriculum. Reading classic literature, writing essays, creating presentations, and conducting research are important aspects to the program which can be used part time, full time, or as a supplement.

The platform is easy to use and saves parents a tremendous amount of time from having to create their own lesson plans. “You have helped me in ways you are unaware of,” says one parent. “I couldn’t homeschool if it wasn’t for Discovery K12,” says another.

Parents can use Discovery K12’s curriculum any way that works for them and their kids. “Children learn in different ways. Some are visual, some like to read, and others need hands-on activities,” says Sheri Wells, the company’s founder. “Homeschooling provides the opportunity to customize curriculum and learn in ways that work best for each child.”

Maintaining good student records is also essential when homeschooling. Discovery K12 has many reporting tools that assist parents with things like attendance tracking, automatic grading of tests, and the ability to produce transcripts.

"Our goal is to provide the best learning experience we can for homeschool families,” says Wells.

Parents can learn more about Discovery K12 at: http://discoveryk12.com

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About Discovery K12 Inc.     
Discovery K12 is a direct to consumer education company. The company provides a free online homeschool platform and curriculum for pre-k to twelfth grade, and an upgraded Parent/Teacher Account for student reporting and tracking activity.

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