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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Freedom Learning?

Freedom Learning is a tuition-free program available to students enrolled in private school or that are homeschooled. It provides an opportunity for students in K – 12th grades to choose from 400+ online courses to supplement their current education. Courses are 100% online, teacher-supported, and tuition-free.

What courses are offered?

There are lots of courses to choose from. You can view the course catalog by visiting but here are some highlights:

  • Core courses including Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science
  • Advanced Placement and Honors courses
  • World Language courses, including American Sign Language
  • Career and technical education elective courses in the arts, business, health sciences, technology, and more!
  • Driver’s Ed, ACT Prep, and SAT Prep
  • Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance

Are career and technical education (CTE) courses available?

Yes! The Career Ready Program puts students on a clearly defined path to explore career options and acquire the technical knowledge and skills to work towards industry-recognized certification and high-demand careers. This program offers multiple courses layered to support student acquisition of industry-recognized certifications while still in high school.

How is this free?

This program is funded by the taxpayers of the State of Colorado who provide funding for public schools, charter schools, and homeschool enrichment programs via state taxes, vehicle registration taxes, and property taxes. Parents who decide to enroll their children in these online courses are choosing for their child to be a part-time student in a statewide online public school. Students who enroll are required to begin participating in their online class(es) no later than October 1st.

How do I become a partner school?

  1. Review the school leader handbook.
  2. Contact the Freedom Learning Team.
  3. Let your families know about the program.

How do I enroll my students?

If you’d like to partner with us, reach out to the Freedom Learning team and we will get you started on the enrollment process.

Some information you’ll need:

  1. Student’s full name and a primary guardian’s name
  2. Student and primary guardian’s contact information
  3. Student demographic information
  4. Secondary guardian information if applicable
  5. At least 1 course the student will be taking

If you don’t wish to partner, but have students who would like to take advantage of our program, have them fill out their information on our website. They will receive an email with enrollment instructions, and someone from our Freedom Learning team will reach out to them to assist in completing their enrollment.

What if I need help? 

We’re here for you. You can contact us anytime by email, by phone 720.441.0221.