Trusted for Over 30 Years
Founded in 1989, Bridgeway has been the trusted education partner for more than 30,000 K-12 students.
The homeschool program that works for the realities of your unique home and schedule.
Your students get exactly what they need, fully customized to their needs, abilities, goals, and learning style.
With Bridgeway Academy, you are never alone — your personal advisor walks with you every step of the way.
Homeschool Courses and Kits
Like putting together your own homeschool day? Click below to explore our courses and live classes available for grades K-12.View Programs
Private Homeschool Academy
Looking for a program that offers support for you and accreditation for your child’s education? Our academy has you covered. We even offer programs that do the teaching for you.View Programs
Bridgeway InfoPack and the Homeschool Hero Guide
Gain immediate access to resources, suggestions, and proven tools from Bridgeway Academy to boost your child’s learning experience.
Discover the Passion Behind Bridgeway Academy
Hear from our CEO, Jessica Parnell, about the Bridgeway approach to learning.
Why we do what we do
Each child is different, and their education should reflect that.
The science behind it
Personalization: we meet the needs and goals of you and your student.
This is our first year at Bridgeway and it has been fantastic. We are new to the homeschool and I have needed a lot of guidance.
“ I love Bridgeway. We tried another homeschool program but came right back to Bridgeway. We have been with them over 3 years.”
“ We pulled our 9-year-old son out of private school. Bridgeway has changed our lives for the better . He loves school and doing his work.”
How to Bring Nature into Your Homeschooling
Did you know that playing outside is crucial for your children’s health? I’m talking about the old-fashioned, barefoot, boy-in-overalls-with-a-straw-hat-catching-frogs kind of playing. Studies show that time in nature increases children’s cognitive abilities, creativity, and imaginition, and also provides the exercise all children need. Plus, it’s said to relax the brain and reduce the stress and
How to Teach Your Kids to Love Learning
Children have a natural propensity to learn. Imagine a 10-month-old discovering the world: they reach out to grab things, feeling textures and looking at colors with a big curiosity for how things work. That natural curiosity toward learning doesn’t stop at their first birthday. As they grow to be toddlers, they continue to reach out
A Deeper Dive Into Part-Time Homeschooling
If you’ve given any thought to homeschooling your children on a part-time basis, you’re not alone. But what exactly is part-time homeschooling? It’s a scenario where you’re homeschooling your student(s) for part of their course load, and the rest of their course work is taught outside the home (we’ll get into specifics later in this
Some of our Academy’s Awards, Certifications, and Accreditations
How Do You Learn? Experience Our Different Learning Styles.
Visual learners are insightful and sensitive to the needs of others.Learn More
Visual learners are incredibly creative.
Most visual learners are global learners. This means that although they understand the solution, they likely struggle or get frustrated with the steps necessary to get there. They also tend to rely on the right hemisphere — the problem-solving part of the brain — and are charged and ready to go when the material is new and interesting, challenging or funny. They will have little motivation when things seem irrelevant or overly-simplistic.
Auditory learners are expressive and able to communicate well with others.Learn More
Auditory learners are sequential learners.
Auditory learners tend to retain information more thoroughly when the information is reinforced through sound. They learn best through lectures, discussions, and listening to themselves process information. They tend to be left-hemispheric dominant and are, therefore, verbal, sequential, analytic, and time-oriented. They will have little motivation when new information begins with complex or abstract ideas.
Kinesthetic learners are sensitive and very aware of feelings.Learn More
Kinesthetic learners are movers and shakers.
Kinesthetic learners need their bodies to be in action in order to learn and master skills. Provide opportunities for them to touch, sort, build, take things apart, or simply move while learning. They connect well with learning that involves the emotions, imitation, role-playing, and field trips. They will have little motivation when they cannot see how learning connects to life.