Let's Read English

12th Grade Online Curriculum

12th Grade Online Curriculum

Parents often look for personalized courses to have their children take control of the learning curriculum. Most of the personalized learning programs today make use of tools and technology to help children achieve the desired goals. Thus, choosing the right learning program is crucial for a child’s educational growth. This becomes more important when the child is in senior school. 

To begin understanding the 12th grade curriculum, students will need to understand what subjects form a part of the 12th grade curriculum and what are the objectives of those subjects (English, science, math, and social studies). For senior school ESL learners, choosing the correct English online learning program that encompasses the above points forms a basic need so that the students can aim for college in native English-speaking countries.

In this article, we will focus on different subjects part of the 12th grade that are included in Let’s Read English’s online curriculum and an overview of what will be taught in each of them.

Check out the following linked sections for more information.

A high school student writing curriculum on a whiteboard in a class of ESL students

What Do 12th Graders Learn?

During the initial high school years, students focus on the concerned subjects and ways to strengthen the weak points in the studies. Whereas, in the final year of high school, students focus on core studies and electives to potentially decide their college and career options. The 12th grade students should be capable enough to decipher the complex patterns and overcome those to move ahead in studies.  

Considering the importance of the senior school, the 12th grade students should:

  • Opt for an English course that consists of vocabulary, composition, literary work, and grammar.
  • Ensure that they have completed courses related to Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry in the previous grades so that they can move to advanced math courses like Precalculus and Trigonometry.
  • Complete any science courses they have not opted for in the previous high school years.
  • Complete any social studies courses they have not opted for in the previous high school years.
  • Focus on electives that will align with their future study and career.
  • Complete one semester of health education, one academic year of physical education, and two years of foreign language. This is crucial for college admissions.

Let’s Read English’s scope and sequence for 12th grade and lesson plans for 12th grade pages can be instrumental in explaining what is needed in a 12th grade curriculum.

Overview of the Curriculum of 12th Grade

Typically, a 12th grade curriculum consists of courses like advanced math, English Language Arts, and high school standard science and social studies. Additionally, students can opt for an elective such as fine arts, foreign languages, or any technical education topic/course.

While checking potential curriculum for 12th grade students, make sure the program:

  • Meets the academic standards.
  • Is taught to qualify for college.
  • Is customized to suit students’ pace and learning style.
  • Incorporates technology to prepare students for advanced and futuristic based learning.
  • Give parents a clear view of student’s progress and furnish accurate records of his/her achievements.

Check out online school requirements in your state to make sure your preferred curriculum meets the required standard curriculum.

Math Curriculum for 12th Grade

By 12th grade, the students should be able to make considerable progress in understanding math and thinking logically. They should be able to use modern tools and resources to solve complex math problems and should be able to identify the rationale behind every solution.

The 12th grade mathematics curriculum consists of the following subjects:

Different math concepts for ESL learners drawn on a chalkboard

Check out our math curriculum for 12th grade page for more details.

English Language Arts Curriculum for 12th Grade

In 12th grade, students opt for an English course that incorporates comprehension, poetry, and popular literary work. The course should be such that it helps in developing advanced reading, writing, and listening skills. The end goal of the course should be to make sure that the students have a good command of English, both in verbal communication and writing.

Here are some of the questions that 12th graders should be able to answer as far as language arts curriculum is concerned:

  • How history reflects through literature?
  • How history impacts literature?
  • The ways time period values are reflected in literature?
  • How common themes across history change as per different time frames?
  • How literature is a factor of social change?
Book titled Learn English used by ESL learners to study English language

For more information, check out our language arts curriculum for 12th grade page.

Social Studies Curriculum for 12th Grade

The core idea of the social studies curriculum is to sharpen the knowledge of geography and history. Using social studies, students can enhance their critical thinking by analyzing historical events and drawing conclusions. Through the analytical thought process, students can figure out the root cause of an event and also identify the importance and repercussion of such an event.

Let’s Read English gives 12th grade ESL learners the option to pick between the following college-prep courses:

Vintage pocket watch. Vintage background Concept of time history.

To know more, check out our social studies curriculum for 12th grade page.

Science Curriculum for 12th Grade

Students who plan to opt for science-related courses in the college are expected to take at least 3 science based courses in high school.

The students in the 12th grade usually choose between the following science subjects. Click on each of them to know more.

Electives Options for 12th Grade

The high school learning programs give students a choice to take different electives each year. Let’s Read English high school program follows the same trend. It provides options between 14 electives that senior school ESL students can choose from.

The electives include:

Find out more on electives on our list of high school electives page.

How to Online School a 12th Grader?

12th grade is one of the most important grades in a child’s educational journey. To be ready for the 12th grade requires some intensive preparation and planning from both parents and the child. Needless to say that your 12th grader needs to be aware, curious, and dynamic to excel in the 12th grade. As a parent, you would be having an ample number of doubts relating to the 12th grade curriculum and how it all works. 

We believe that you would like to know about: 

  • Online school laws
  • Creating a scheme
  • How graduation works for online school scholars
  • College preparation
Teenage ESL students walking down the hall and talking about the online curriculum

Find out more on how to online school 12th grade here.

Why Choose Let’s Read English's 12th Grade Online School Curriculum?

Let’s Read English’s high school program is standards-based and aimed at preparing ESL learners for college admissions in native English-speaking countries. Not only that, with an intensive 12th grade curriculum, the students also take a step towards a successful career. Let’s Read English consists of four courses for 12th graders that are part of the program. The program can be opted as a full-time course or as a supplement for brushing up specific skills. Parents can also customize the course based on the skillset and interests of their ESL learners. Another important aspect of the Let’s Read English course is that it is affordable than many other similar courses.

Here are some reasons why Let’s Read English’s 12th Grade online school program is one of the best out there:

As a Full CurriculumAs an Addition
  • Let’s Read English courses are standards-based and designed for admission in colleges in native English-speaking countries.
  • Printable reports are available for each course so that parents can track their child’s progress.
  • Our multimedia curriculum is perfect for different online schooling styles.
  • We provide options for multiple electives like environmental science, arts, sociology, and more.
  • Our classes use interactive videos, quizzes, assignments, and assessments that keep the students engaged and interested.
  • The program has no restrictions. Parents can start, stop, cancel the subscription at any time.
  • Many 12th grade students who find traditional school learning hard and ineffective choose the Let’s Read English program as their afterschool learning supplementAlso, the students who need to brush up on concepts and cross-verify them enroll in our program.
  • Our program is based on holistic academic standards and helps prepare students for college admissions
  • Parents can customize our curriculum to match their child’s learning style and his/her pace.
  • Parents can check out our full lesson plans for each course and zero in on the concepts they require their 12th graders to work on.
  • Users can access our course recordings and other study material 24/7 via the internet.

FAQ’s About Online Schooling 12th Grade

What is the typical age of 12th graders?

The typical age of 12th graders is usually 16 to 17 years. By the time they graduate, the students are 17 to 18 years old. The age may vary depending on the performance in earlier grades i.e. if a student failed in any grade, etc.

How can I get my child ready for 12th grade?

Apart from a solid educational foundation, the primary motive of the 12th grade is to make the students prepare for college and career. At the 12th grade level, students should do the following:

What is the 12th grader required to know by the end of the session?

12th grade students should be able to do the following by the end of their program:

  • Conduct research to solve a particular problem.
  • Should be able to find the information efficiently and also be able to use modern methods for searching information online.
  • Acknowledge their personal strengths and weaknesses and understand how to manage them.
  • Perfectly synthesize their thoughts, ideas, data, and findings and portray them in written and verbal communication.
  • Monitor and improve their learning abilities.
  • Create personal objectives and goals ad work towards achieving them.