What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
$24 for a 12-month subscription to the Embark12 Online pre-kindergarten program ($69 value)
- Research-based educational games and activities for ages 3–6
- Prepares children for kindergarten learning with activities on math, reading, science, social studies, art, and music
$59 for a 12-month subscription to the Noodleverse Language Arts online program for grades K–3 ($149 value)
- Builds reading, writing, vocabulary, spelling, and grammar skills for ages 5–8
- Over 2,300 activities designed by learning experts for enrichment, exploration, and extra practice on critical language arts skills
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 360 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased, may not be used toward any other K12 product or service. Must call K12 to redeem, online redemption not available. 12-month subscription begins once a K12 agent processes the order. Not valid for schools, businesses, or other organizations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
K12 has taken the traditional schooling system and made some key improvements. For one, there are no walls at the school. Lessons take place online—with a safe, password-protected website that has no ads or pop-ups—enabling students to access them from anywhere in the country. Additionally, the school has a roster of one. When a student enrolls in K12, he or she becomes the focus of an individualized learning program, which relies on daily lesson plans, interactive activities, and attentive teachers.
Parents aren't cut out of the equation, though. They become their child's learning coach, working with the teacher to guide them through different curricula in grades K through 8. High school students, meanwhile, take different subjects with several specialized instructors, all while cultivating more independence.
Every grade's programming abides by lofty, state-approved standards for education. And because it allows for student mobility, K12 caters to military families, homeschooling families, and families who built their houses atop a moving train.