Our family has been very pleased with KORE. We have a 7th grader and I can tell you that the entire curriculum is not online though history is. Incorporating technology is very positive. Their class learns in a lot of different ways--science labs, making videos, writing stories, making art. We like the smaller class sizes , the lack of bullying, the way the kids accept each other. The teachers have been nothing short of phenomenal.
This is not a school for children with learning disabilities. The entire curriculum is on the computer . They do not use any individualized methods of teaching to help the students learn and grow. If your student cannot learn the material by reading it from a computer do not go to this school because no other methods will be offered or used!
My 10 year old son has attended KORE for 2 months and is so much more independent doing homework. The teachers understand how to challenge him in a way that he can accept and excel. He is truly getting the basic building blocks in his learning that were missing before in public school. We are loving it!
After only six months at KORE, my daughter has shown great strides both academically and socially. Her confidence level has increased and she now has a renewed interest in learning. The teachers and staff are phenomenal!
I recently tried to enroll my child in this school and after gathering all the information they requested and paying their 75.00 fee, I was told that they couldn't take her because she was "too far behind". I was under the impression this school was for children with educational difficulties. I think the school was wrong to advertise that they were a school for children with educational difficulties.
I have a son with very severe dyslexia that started attending Kore last year and until he started attending Kore he has regained his confidence and is finally starting to learn. The Kore staff is the best I have ever seen. The classes are small. My son has made more advances academically in under a year than he made in the four years that he attended public school.