A Complete Online Middle School Program
The Keystone School’s accredited online middle school program offers top-quality, end-to-end education for students in grades 6 through 8. Our online program provides the flexibility that traditional middle schools do not and is perfect for students who don’t always fit the mold. Perhaps your child is looking for a different full-time school environment or an opportunity to supplement middle school coursework or recover credits. Or maybe he or she is an actor, musician or athlete who can’t always be in a brick-and-mortar classroom. For families seeking a complete middle school education, we provide a full-time, end-to-end online program. Students may also opt to take individual courses.
Whatever brings your child to Keystone, our sole focus is student success. Keystone students learn at a distance, but the support and school experience are hands-on. From the minute your child enrolls in the Keystone program, you and your child can access teachers, student success advisors, counselors, administrative staff, and other students. We’re always just an email or phone call away.
An Experienced Leader and Dependable Partner
The Keystone School's online middle and high school programs are accredited and backed by more than 40 years of experience. Since the first program was introduced in 1974, we have been recognized as an innovator in distance learning and homeschool programs. Families in all 50 states and nearly 100 countries have chosen Keystone to help prepare their students for a successful future. From Georgia to Alaska and from Belize to Korea, we’ve enriched the lives of more than 250,000 students.
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 that they can achieve their full potential. Visit the K12 website to learn more.
Serving Students, Families and Schools
Keystone's middle school program works directly with families or with schools, depending on which is best for a student’s education.
Here's a quick look at some of the students we support:
- Athletes and performers
- Homebound students
- Advanced students who seek challenges not available at their local school
- Students with families that travel
- Students struggling academically or socially in a traditional school environment
- Credit Recovery students who need to get back on track
- Students who want to get ahead or catch up