Offering a Flexible, Comprehensive Education for Adult Learners Worldwide
Keystone's Adult Learning (KAL) program offers adult students age 19 and older the level of flexibility they need. The education you receive at Keystone can open doors, both for career advancement and college acceptance. Whatever the goal, Keystone can help you get there.
At Keystone, students can enroll full-time or take individual courses. KAL courses are available in highly interactive online or print-only formats.*
Customized Academic Support
Whatever brings you to Keystone, our sole focus is your success. Our students learn at a distance, but the support and school experience are hands-on. All of our courses are supported by certified teachers who know how to instruct adult learners in an online environment. From the minute you enroll in Keystone, you'll have access to your coursework and on-demand resources. And teacher support is only a phone call or e-mail away.
An Experienced Leader and Dependable Partner
The Keystone School's middle and high school programs are, fully accredited and backed by nearly 40 years of experience. Since the first program was introduced in 1974, we've been recognized as an innovator in distance learning and homeschool programs. More than 400,000 students, from all 50 states and nearly 100 countries, have chosen Keystone to prepare for a successful future.
The Keystone School is part of K12, America’s leading provider of online education for grades K–12. Through its proven, award-winning curriculum and individualized approach, K12 lets students learn in the ways that are right for them, so they can achieve their full potential. Visit the K12 website to learn more.
Serving Students, Families, and Schools
Keystone's Adult Learning program, serves students from all different backgrounds and with varying goals. Here’s a quick look at some of the students we support:
- College-bound students
- Career-bound students
- Athletes and performers
- Homebound students
- Advanced students who seek challenges not available at their local schools
- Students with families that travel
- Students struggling academically or socially in a traditional school environment
- Adult learners looking to earn their high school diploma
- Students who want to get ahead or catch up