Online Elementary School Curriculum

Curriculum Content

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Check out some sample lessons and online resources.

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Instructional tools take it up a notch with fun, interactive learning games.

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We use texts and materials from a wide range of academic partners.

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We also offer a wide range of clubs and activities for students to enjoy.


Young minds require a solid foundation of knowledge to support future learning. Our online elementary school is designed to excite students about learning and prime them for success at an early age. It also aligns with state standards and serves as an effective alternative to a traditional public school or homeschool curriculum.

"Best of Class" Materials

Our online elementary school curriculum brings together "best of class" materials from leading education publishers and other content providers. We provide all the texts, lesson plans, and materials—everything you need for a high-quality learning experience at home.

Most curriculum content for the younger grades is in print, supplemented with online content. As your student advances through virtual elementary school, more of the content is delivered online, but still supported by printed materials.

Well-Rounded Educational Experience

Our curriculum stresses the fundamentals, and students focus on the core subjects:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Science
  • Math
  • Social Studies

Given the importance of reading and writing as the basis for all learning, we place special emphasis on developing these skills in our online elementary school classes.

We also understand the importance of offering course electives and activities to give students a well-rounded educational experience. Our electives cover a wide range of topics from learning a foreign language to mastering the skills of daily living to appreciating the arts. Our many activities and clubs also provide opportunities for students to learn by doing.

See Sample Lessons Our Experts Say

"The secret to success in education is to get students as excited as possible, as early as possible."

~ Pat Hoge, Ph.D.,
VP Curriculum & Instruction