HIGH SCHOOL 9-12
West Park High is a private, online high school offering a complete selection of core academic and elective courses required for graduation and admission to college.
West Park High School provides access to more than 120 high school courses, including core subjects, Advanced Placement®, electives, and world languages. Whether you're enrolled full-time or simply taking a few courses, you can work at your own pace with easy access to teacher support. It's the flexibility you need with the top-quality education you deserve. No matter where your dreams are taking you, build the discipline that will help you succeed with West Park's high school program.
How Online High School Works
West Park High Schools’ asynchronous learning model gives students a flexible learning experience with personalized learning plans to suit their learning needs and life schedules. A suggested schedule for each course is provided to the student that acts as a guide to keep them aware and on top of their coursework. The expected submission dates for assignments and coursework are included to ensure students are adequately prepared to keep on track with the courses. The assignments and coursework are designed in conjunction with a student’s customized learning plan. They’ll learn the skills needed to transition to the post-secondary life, including university and beyond.
Program Structure Information
West Park HighSchool wants to ensure that a student’s online education at the upper school level prepares them for success after their secondary academic tenure. To do this, we maintain a balanced, student-centered plan of action to support your child throughout the education program.
Planning – Through student-centered learning, our educational professionals will create a learning plan specific to each student that guides them down the path to academic success and promotes their development of knowledge and collaboration.
Progress Tracking – We regularly assess a student’s ability to comprehend lessons, keep up with their assignments and courses, their acquisition of skills and knowledge, and what the appropriate next steps for learning should be. These assessments provide teachers, students, and parents with specific information about their experience and progress within the program.
Coursework – Students are provided with a suggested schedule that acts as a guide for when assignments and coursework need to be submitted. Dates for submission are provided for assignments and projects to ensure students stay up-to-date on their academics.