Public schools in many states offer online cyber schools for kindergarten through 12th grade, which can be researched by contacting local school departments or by searching online through websites such as K12. Another helpful website is the Home School Legal Defense Association's, which has extensive lists of home schooling options.
Online cyber schools are funded and operated through the public school system for no fee, which makes them an appealing choice for many parents. If a particular state does not offer cyber schooling, a selection of private academies is available to choose from for a variety of tuition costs. K12 partners with both state cyber schools and online private schools, making it a helpful resource to connect with a wide selection of possibilities.
Some of these schools offer extra services for special needs students, advanced classes for gifted students, or electives such as languages or the arts. These usually come with extra tuition costs when accessed through the private schools.
A few websites offer interactive lessons online that are not associated with any particular school system, such as Time4Learning or Moby Max. These websites may not offer a complete eighth grade curriculum and might need to be supplemented with other learning resources. They may also charge a small subscription fee for access.