Middle School Program
Philmore Academy middle school program for grades 6–8 inspires and motivates students to obtain the skills they need to succeed in high school and beyond. Our curriculum offers students a complete middle school education or individual courses to supplement a student's traditional or homeschool education.
A Flexible, High-Quality, Online Middle School Education
In Philmore's middle school program, we help students meet their full potential and prepare for high school. Students enrolled full-time in Philmore Academy's middle school program must take a total of at least six courses per school year — one in each of four core subject areas, plus two electives. With more than 35 courses available, the curriculum includes language arts, mathematics, science and social science for each grade level, and an array of elective and advanced courses.
High School Program
No matter where your dreams are taking you, build the discipline that will help you succeed, today and tomorrow, with Philmore Academy's high school program.
Flexible, Rewarding High School Learning Program
Philmore Academy offers a quality high school program for grades 9 through 12. You can work at your own pace with easy access to teacher support. Our curriculum provides the flexibility you need with the top-quality education you deserve. Students learn in the format that fits their unique needs and learning styles—through interactive, multimedia-rich Philmore Academy's online courses or through our correspondence (print-based) courses.
Why Philmore Academy Online School?
With its reputable curriculum, parents and students look to Philmore Academy for a variety of reasons:
Flexibility to take courses at any time, allowing students to pursue activities
Self-paced study to move through lessons quicker or take the time needed
An opportunity to challenge themselves with Advanced Placement® Courses
Concerns about school safety
Philmore Academy high school scholars scored higher than the national mean on National exams for the 2017-2018 as well as 2018-2019 school years.