School. Anytime. Anyplace.
Whitmore School is the world's first online high school and we've continued to innovate. Experience a different education with the flexibility you need to realize your potential.
Why Choose Whitmore School
Learn on Your Own Schedule
Move on to the next lesson when you're ready.
Take the time you need to understand everything.
Student Success Coaches
We have a guidance team dedicated to helping students achieve their full potential.
Proactive communication with parents and students is key to supporting student success. Parents receive weekly Summary Progress Reports.
24/7 Online Math Tutoring
Day or night, you get the help you need to master material.
Our math tutors respond within 60 seconds and are trained in mastery-based learning.
"Thank you! You are very quick and patient" - Paris T
"Very helpful and let me take my time." - Georgia T
- 17:1 Students
to Teacher Ratio
- 49 & 75 States and Countries
Represented by our Student Body
- 4 Diploma Options
Etanne M. Uruguay"I live in Uruguay with my mom. There is a terrible problem with stray dogs in this country. My mom and I run a pet shelter, Responsible Rescue of Uruguay, where we find homes for the puppies. When I am not cleaning pens or playing with the puppies, I am doing my school work. Whitmore is great because I can do school anytime of day."
Lara B. Fort Mill, SC"I live in South Carolina and commute to Charlotte NC every morning where I spend all day in ballet warm-ups, technique classes, and rehearsals. After a long day, I still manage to find time in the evening to work on school work.
Shyanne W. Fairview, TN"When I was 13, I was asked to star in a docu-reality series called ‘Road to Nashville’ which follows five musicians as we follow our dreams of becoming professional musicians. In 2016, I decided to enroll in Whitmore School so that I could focus on writing and recording in Nashville and Los Angeles. I have been able to keep my grades up and I will even graduate early."
Our Alumni Go Places.
- Auburn University
- Boston University
- Bowdoin College
- Brigham Young University
- James Madison University
- Johns Hopkins University
- California State University
- Dartmouth College
- Stanford University
- University of Hawaii
- Wellesley College
- West Virginia University
Live Virtual Open House December 10, 2021 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register to attend a Live Virtual Open House and learn why students and parents love Whitmore School. See a demonstration - from logging into your Student Desk to communicating with your teachers. Hosted by Casey.Register - Virtual Open House
Graduation May 21, 2022
Graduation will be held on May 21, 2022 at 1:00 pm Eastern Time in the Erickson Alumni Center on the West Virginia University campus. By invitation only.
Everydae Curriculum Support and SAT Test Prep
Complete fun, game-style challenges in science, reading, writing and math to boost your SAT score!Learn More
One-to-One Online Math Tutoring Available 24/7!
We are helping our students succeed in math by offering 24/7 on-demand online math tutoring. Avg. Student Rating - 4.81 / 5 stars. Mastery Learning = 97.98% of sessions.Learn More
Jeannette Went Over The Edge Challenge!
Jeannette, rappelled off the roof of the Monongahela Building in Morgantown, WV to raise money for at-risk youth in WV.Watch the Facebook Live Video!
Coffee with the Principal
Coffee with the Principal. An informal chat with Ellen about your students progress and successes. Coming to your state soon.Learn More
From the Blog
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Written by Alina B.
I was a student at Whitmore School, the world’s first online high school, and it was the best decision my parents could have made for my education. Online School helped me gain independence, self-discipline, and perseverance. I learned to be a problem solver. This is why I was prepared for college level work.Read More