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High School (Teacher-Led)

K12’s online high school courses set your teenage student up for post-high school success—whether that’s college or a job. Used as supplemental instruction or as part of your own high school homeschool curriculum, each high school online course is designed to challenge your student while offering them the support of knowledgeable teachers.

Upon enrollment in teacher-led online high school courses, your student will be considered a part-time student enrolled in K12 International Academy. As these are credit-bearing courses, teachers will grade and provide feedback on assignments and assessments and provide synchronous instructional support. English, math, science, and history courses are available in multiple placement levels: core, comprehensive, honors, and Advanced Placement (AP)®. A variety of electives are also offered for you to choose from, such as psychology, web design, and even personal finance. To ensure you’re happy with your chosen program, K12 offers affordable payment options as well as a 30-day, money-back guarantee.

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  1. International Business (BUS080)

    From geography to culture, global business is an exciting topic in the business community today. This course helps students develop the appreciation, knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to live and work in the global marketplace. It takes a global view on business, investigating why and how companies go international and are more interconnected. The course further provides students a conceptual tool by which to understand how economic, social, cultural, political, and legal factors influence both domestic and cross-border business. Students explore business structures, global entrepreneurship, business management, marketing, and the challenges of managing international organizations. They also cultivate a mindfulness of how history, geography, language, cultural studies, research skills, and continuing education are important in twenty-first-century business activities.

    $450.00

  2. Sports and Entertainment Marketing (BUS090)

    Students who have wished to play sports professionally or who have dreamed of becoming an agent for a celebrity entertainer have an interest in sports and entertainment marketing. In this course, students have the opportunity to explore basic marketing principles and delve deeper into the multibillion-dollar sports and entertainment marketing industry.

    $450.00

  3. Summit US and Global Economics (HST413)

    In this 12th Grade history course on economic principles, students explore choices they face as producers, consumers, investors, and taxpayers. Students apply what they learn to real-world simulation problems. Topics of study include markets from historic and contemporary perspectives; supply and demand; theories of early economic philosophers such as Adam Smith; theories of value; money (what it is, how it evolved, the role of banks, investment houses, and the Federal Reserve); issues of capitalism, such as unemployment, inflation, and the national debt; and a survey of markets in such areas as China, Europe, and the Middle East.

    $450.00

  4. AP® US History, Part 1 (HST500A)

    Students explore and analyze the economic, political, and social transformation of the United States since the time of the first European encounters. Students are asked to master not only the wide array of factual information necessary to do well on the AP exam, but also to practice skills of critical analysis of historical information and documents. Students read primary and secondary source materials and analyze problems presented by historians to gain insight into challenges of interpretation and the ways in which historical events have shaped American society and culture.

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  5. AP® US History, Part 2 (HST500B)

    Students explore and analyze the economic, political, and social transformation of the United States since the time of the first European encounters. Students are asked to master not only the wide array of factual information necessary to do well on the AP exam, but also to practice skills of critical analysis of historical information and documents. Students read primary and secondary source materials and analyze problems presented by historians to gain insight into challenges of interpretation and the ways in which historical events have shaped American society and culture. This is the second semester of HST500.

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  6. AP® US Government & Politics

    This course is the equivalent of an introductory college-level course. Students explore the operations and structure of the U.S. government and the behavior of the electorate and politicians. Students gain the analytical perspective necessary to evaluate political data, hypotheses, concepts, opinions, and processes and learn how to gather data about political behavior and develop their own theoretical analysis of American politics. Students prepare for the AP exam and for further study in political science, law, education, business, and history.

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  7. AP® Macroeconomics (HST520)

    This course is the equivalent of an introductory college- level course. Students explore the behavior of individuals and businesses as they exchange goods and services in the marketplace. Students learn why the same product can cost different amounts at different stores, in different cities, and at different times. Students also learn to spot patterns in economic behavior and learn how to use those patterns to explain buyer and seller behavior under various conditions.Students prepare for the AP exam and for further study in business, history, and political science.

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  8. AP® Microeconomics (HST530)

    This course is the equivalent of an introductory college-level course. Students learn why and how the world economy can change from month to month, how to identify trends in our economy, and how to use those trends to develop performance measures and predictors of economic growth or decline. Students also examine how individuals and institutions are influenced by employment rates, government spending, inflation, taxes, and production. Students prepare for the AP exam and for further study in business, political science, and history.

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  9. AP® Psychology (HST540)

    This course is the equivalent of an introductory collegelevel course. Students receive an overview of current psychological research methods and theories. They explore the therapies used by professional counselors and clinical psychologists, and examine the reasons for normal human reactions: how people learn and think, the process of human development and human aggression, altruism, intimacy, and self-reflection. Students prepare for the AP Exam and for further studies in psychology and life sciences.

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  10. AP® World History, Part 1 (HST560A)

    This course spans the Neolithic age to the present in a rigorous academic format organized by chronological periods and viewed through fundamental concepts and course themes. Students analyze the causes and processes of continuity and change across historical periods. Themes include human-environment interaction, cultures, expansion and conflict, political and social structures, and economic systems.

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  11. AP® World History, Part 2 (HST560B)

    This course spans the Neolithic Age to the present in a rigorous academic format organized by chronological periods and viewed through fundamental concepts and course themes. Students analyze the causes and processes of continuity and change across historical periods. Themes include human-environment interaction, cultures, expansion and conflict, political and social structures, and economic systems. This is the second semester of HST560.

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  12. Math Foundations I, Part 1 (MTH001A)

    In this remedial math course, students build and reinforce foundational math skills typically found in third through fifth grade for which they have not achieved mastery. They progress through carefully paced, guided instruction and engaging interactive practice. Formative assessments identify areas of weakness and prescribe lessons to improve performance. Summative assessments track progress and skill development.

    $450.00

   

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