An Extraordinary Middle School Experience

At Stanford Online High school, high-achieving middle school students can pursue advanced coursework and curriculum that both challenge and prepare them for the rigors of our high school. Classes at the middle-school level are specially designed to lay the intellectual foundation for advanced coursework by cultivating the critical reasoning, analytical, and communication skills necessary for academic achievement.
MS Campus

Focused on Middle Schoolers

OHS Middle School

Flexible Enrollment Options

Middle school students select courses that fit into a single, part-time, or full-time schedule. Students take placement tests and work with their Academic Advisor to determine the classes that best meet their needs.
8th Grade Promotion

A Strong Foundation

Students enrolled in the middle school hone the skills and habits assumed at the high-school level in the context of challenging material in each subject, while also pursuing high-school courses in areas of special talent or acceleration.
OHS Middle School

Student Life & Community

Stanford OHS recognizes that middle school students have their own set of age-specific needs. Developing positive social, emotional, and academic relationships with all members of the Stanford OHS community is a fundamental component of the program.

Comprehensive Middle School Curriculum

English
Fundamentals of Expository Writing
Fundamentals of Literary Analysis
Fundamentals of Reading & Writing
Humanities
Creative Writing
Introduction to Drawing
Human Nature & Society
Mathematics
Honors Prealgebra
Honors Beginning Algebra
Computational Thinking & Computer Science
High School-Level Courses (if appropriate)
Languages
Latin 1A, 1B
Chinese 1A, 1B
History
Introduction to U.S. History
Empires & World Civilizations to 1800
Sciences
Inquiry-Based Physics
Foundations in Science: Energy & Matter
High School-Level Courses (if appropriate)

Student Support

Dedicated Advisors & Counselors

Middle School Advisors engage with students to help determine appropriate course placement, plan a program of study, and monitor their progress. Specially trained, dedicated Middle School Counselors are assigned to students to do regular student check-ins on course workload, ensure younger students thrive in the online environment, and that students’ academic, emotional, and social developmental needs are met.