Strike School FAQ's

So many of you have the same questions and we are happy to provide the answers for you.

Here’s what you will find at Strike School:

  • personalized plan for each student for how they learn best and focused on the child’s interests
    • This plan includes your choice of our online curriculum, your own materials, or a combination of both
  • Highest quality teachers, each one serving as a Learning Coach to work alongside each student and family
  • Flexibility for when, how and what each child learns – school should work around your family’s schedule
  • Assessments to measure student progress
  • Options starting as low as $80 per month
  • caring office staff to answer any questions with quick response times
  • The best online learning platform that is easy to use and meets national standards
  • Virtual school-wide events, including fun assemblies, spirit week and a celebration of learning
  • Participation in National School Choice Week
  • A digital yearbook published at the end of each school year
  • Official school records, including high school transcripts and a diploma upon graduation
  • A virtual, interactive graduation ceremony

Good news! Enrollment is OPEN!

We have two simple steps to get started:

  1. Complete our Enrollment Application (click here) .

2. Submit a Tuition Payment ~ A payment link will be sent to you via email, for your convenience.

Yes, we have rolling enrollment and we can adjust your child’s start and end dates to fit your needs. Start by completing our Enrollment Application.


Our school is a community, a place where you can participate and share. 

Along with our Google Classroom communities, Virtual Classrooms for grades K-8 and social media, we host school-wide events throughout the year, such as our Back to School event in September, National School Choice Week, Spirit Week (so much fun!), and  our Celebration of Learning in the spring, where you can invite your family and friends to watch students showcase their favorite parts of learning during the school year.

Don’t worry! Our skilled and experienced team has you covered! We will guide you, support you and work with you and your child(ren) to ensure academic success.

Public schools are funded by the government. Strike School is a private school, therefore, we must charge tuition to pay for expenses, such as teachers, curriculum, office staff and other expenses involved in operating a school.

We are continually applying for grants to help families who cannot afford tuition. Currently, we’ve been awarded a grant for reduced tuition scholarships. You may learn more about this here:

Our tuition pricing is based upon what you choose. We would be happy to answer questions about our options and help you find the best fit for your family.

You may choose to pay up front, or divide the total tuition cost into payments from August through May, due on the 15th of each month. Tuition is prorated for the number of months your child will be enrolled with us. A full school year is 10 months, so there will be 10 equal payments. If you child joins us in October, there will be 9 equal payments, and so on.

Yes! Our online curriculum from FlexPoint is a wonderful option. With our qualified teachers to support you, your child will have 24/7 access to their classes to learn on their own time, at their own pace.

Accredited by Cognia, a diploma and other school records from Strike School ensures your student’s hard work comes from a respected institution formally recognized for its rigorous academics.

Definition of Accreditation:
Accreditation is the recognition from an accrediting agency that an institution maintains a certain level of educational standards.

Yes, we offer homeschooling support. Please see our Homeschool HELP options and refer your state guidelines to follow their requirements.

No. Strike School is a private, virtual school, serving families across the United States.

Yes! We have Learning Coaches (teachers) who work during late afternoons as well as evenings and weekends.

At Strike School, it is all about parent choice. Your Learning Coach (teacher) will work with you to choose or build the curriculum that best meets the needs of your child.

    • You may choose from the following:
    • Our robust, user friendly, engaging online learning curriculum through FlexPoint/Florida Virtual School:
        • Easy to read
        • Easy to navigate
        • Easy to understand
        • Help at every page and stage
        • “How to” including detailed instructions and video content
        • Customizable by your Learning Coach, according to your student’s individual plan
    • Curriculum you have purchased
    • A combination of the above

Your Learning Coach (teacher) will work with you on a personalized plan for your child. This will include your choice of curriculum, or a plan to work together to develop curriculum.

We find that most families have the technology they need for at home learning. If you need an affordable Chromebook option, we have a partnership with Amazon and can usually find an option for you to purchase a Chromebook to keep for less than $100.

You and your Learning Coach (teacher) will customize a plan for your child that aligns with your family values.

Yes. Let your Learning Coach (teacher) know your thoughts, then our staff will take a look at making a change for you.

Yes. You will have parent/guardian access to our system to keep tabs on your child as well as guide your child in the learning process.

You can find school supply lists on our website here.

No. Strike School is a private, virtual school. Learning will happen at home. Your Learning Coach (teacher) will meet with you online, via Google Meet in a secure environment.

Not to worry! Strike School supports you while your family learns at home. We help you succeed with our certificated teachers and online curriculum that aligns with national standards.

No. You may choose to use your own materials, or a combination of our online classes and your own materials. Your choice!

Strike School creates and provides official school records at every grade level for every student who enrolls with us in a qualified plan.
For each student, we share a digital file with parents that include progress information, assessments reports and end of the year records.

At the end of the school year, K-8th grade students will receive a report card and high school students will receive a transcript. Upon request, these records can be sent to another school.

We meet each child where they are, then move forward with learning. For example, we can provide a reading and/or math assessment at the beginning of the school year to make sure we are starting your child at the correct level.

As far as requirements to enroll, we have two simple steps to get started:

  1. Complete our Enrollment Application (click here) .

2. Submit a Tuition Payment ~ A payment link will be sent to you via email, for your convenience.

We offer Iowa assessments to all students. Grades K-8 take reading and math benchmark assessments in the fall and winter. All students are offered the full spring assessment, which also may be used as a homeschool requirement for annual testing.

A Personalized Learning Plan is created by the parent/guardian, along with input and assistance from the Director of Enrollment and the child’s Learning Coach (teacher). This plan includes curriculum choices, specific needs for the child, the child’s interests and more. This plan is updated throughout the school year as the child’s needs change.