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Alpha Omega Academy
Alpha Omega Academy (AOA) is an accredited online academy for grades K-12, with thousands of students enrolled worldwide.
Bridgeway Academy
Bridgeway Academy has served more than 25,000 K-12 families since 1989. They are a fully accredited virtual homeschool academy, offering customized learning options for each Bridgeway Academy student based on their uniqe learning style and needs, all the while considering how much or how little hands-on instruction the parents want to provide.
Calvert School
Calvert School is an independent lower and middle school with a curriculum that is designed to challenge capable boys and girls. Children are prepared for secondary school and for a lifetime of learning by mastering the academic basics. Through its financial aid and recruitment efforts, Calvert strives to offer an educational opportunity to students of all socio-economic backgrounds.
Clonlara School
The Clonlara School philosophy is that a school must empower learners to participate purposefully and eagerly in their own education. The program gives students a lot of choice: choice of curriculum, resources, method and timing.
Colorado Connections Academy
Colorado Connections Academy (ColoCA)—formerly Denver Connections Academy—provides a new form of public school that students can attend from home. The Colorado Connections Academy full-time program is a partnership with Denver Public Schools that has been in operation since the Fall of 2002. ColoCA serves students from anywhere in Colorado in grades K–12. Parents pay no tuition for students to attend Colorado Connections Academy. Students are considered to be enrolled in a public school. ColoCA provides textbooks and other curriculum materials. A loaned computer, printer, and subsidy for Internet service are available to students in grades 1–12.
Denver Online High School
Denver Online High School (DOHS) is a Denver Public Schools (DPS) high school that supports motivated 9-12 grade students in graduating quickly by providing highly flexible online learning. Courses are available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year – with extra help from teachers online, on the phone, or at our learning center. Their rigorous courses are recognized by Denver Public Schools and in-state and out-of-state universities. As a member of DOHS, students may also take classes at their local community college, at The Fred N. Thomas C E C Middle College of Denver, or at any other DPS school that may have an opening. Full-time DOHS students earn a traditional high school diploma and have access to Advanced Placement courses and tuition-free college courses. DPS students also have access to scholarships, concurrent enrollment opportunities, and a variety of school choice programs. Denver Online students are also encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities for high school credit, including service learning, part-time work, travel, sports, the arts, and other activities outside of school.
eTAP
eTAP Teaching Assistance Program is a premiere site for online instruction designed specifically to maximize student learning.
Forest Trail Academy
Forest Trail Academy is an accredited K-12 online high school located in the United States of America committed to provide quality online distance education to students in USA and worldwide. They provide online school courses to all students including homeschoolers who want to enroll for Elementary school education (Kindergarten – Grade 5), middle school/junior high school for grades 6 to 8 and high school diploma programs for grades 9 to 12 students.
Future School
Future School online learning systems support your entire family in both the classroom and the home using only qualified teachers to ensure its educational services. They offer tutoring students in the home, classroom and after school facilities, providing both face-to-face, telephone and online assistance in the two core areas of literacy and numeracy. Future School has also many years experience in the development of Basic Skill Tests in mathematics and English covering years 3, 5, and 7, including the materials, delivery, marking, psychometrics and reporting to Education Departments, schools, and parents.
Heritage Home School Academy
Heritage Home School Academy is an accredited Christian home school option for families across the United States and globally. Their school is focused on family, quality education, and the success of children preschool through 12th grade. They offer traditional Christian home school curriculum, and also, Christian online curriculum. Heritage Home School Academy’s traditional and online curriculum programs give parents options. Programs are affordable, accredited and can be adjusted for each child’s specific learning needs.
The Colorado Cyber School
Colorado Cyber, is a statewide K-12 cyber school program that is offered by Douglas County School District to any student who resides in Colorado. Colorado Cyber uses Lincoln Interactive and Aventa, two of the nation’s leading online curriculum used by thousands of students across the country, which is a high-tech, high-touch comprehensive learning package that offers flexible, dynamic and adventurous learning opportunities for students.

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Colorado Virtual Academy - Colorado Springs/Pueblo
This Group is for the Parents/Students of the Colorado Virtual Academy Charter School in the Colorado Springs, and Pueblo areas.
K12 Large Families
This group is for large families using the K-12 curriculum created by Dr. William Bennett. Both homeschooling families and Virtual School families are welcome. It is particularly intended for families with more than 3 children in K-12 as well as additional teens, toddlers and babies. Discussions include both the curriculum and the challenges of implementing it in a large family.

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Virtual schools, real concerns
The Christian Science Monitor
Some 40,000 to 50,000 students in 37 states are enrolled in virtual schools, according to the US Department of Education. Virtual schools have received mixed reviews. Advocates of virtual learning say it opens new horizons, particularly for students in rural communities where choices are limited, or for those with special needs due to illness or serious involvement with athletics. But critics worry about the lack of face-to-face interaction. And some homeschoolers worry that enrolling in a virtual school may lead to loss of independence and control of learning.


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