Virtual Cloud Classroom

100% Live Virtual Learning

Virtual learning done right! FlexSchool's Cloud Campus was established in 2015 and, with time and experience, has grown into a thriving educational community. Gifted and 2e students from all around the globe are provided talent development, support, and an environment designed with their learning styles in mind—all from the comfort of their own homes.

Discover 100% live classes, personal connections with faculty and staff, and a diverse student body on our Cloud Campus.

Is Virtual Learning Right For My Child?

Gifted and twice-exceptional students are often presented with challenges that make a physical classroom setting difficult. Sensory issues and anxiety are common in gifted and talented/learning disabled (GT/LD) students and can often place limitations on engagement and achievement. FlexSchool’s Cloud Campus allows students to learn in an environment that is comfortable for them, allowing them to thrive when supported and engaged by faculty and classmates.

Community Is Key

Form Meaningful Relationships on our Cloud Campus!

  • Live Classes: No boring worksheets here! All classes on our Cloud campus are taught by live teachers and students are grouped by ability—not age. Lively class discussions, in-the-moment feedback, hands-on learning, and personal connections with teachers are essential elements of virtual learning with FlexSchool.
  • Town Hall: Cloud Campus students and teachers participate in a monthly town hall to learn, connect, and grow as a community.
  • Seminar: Students meet in age-appropriate groups to discuss topics, find solutions, and bond with peers who accept them for who they are. Guided by a licensed counselor, weekly seminars provide Cloud students with an opportunity to learn about themselves, one another, and the world at large.
  • Extracurriculars: Clubs, lunch hang-outs, and student councils have been created by and for our Cloud campus. These student-driven activities invite our learners to explore passions, forge friendships, and contribute to the culture and dynamic of our unique virtual learning community.

Engage with an Entire Network of Gifted and 2e Learners

  • Overnight Trip: Upper school students from all three of our campuses are invited to our overnight trip. With an emphasis on team building, this trip allows students to connect with FlexSchool friends and faculty—IRL! This beloved FlexSchool tradition has led to strong bonds, with students from across the FlexSchool network continuing to connect in person and virtually long after the trip comes to an end.
  • Day Camp: Middle and Elementary students have camp week too! Younger students attend a day camp to participate in the same types of group challenges and outdoor adventures.
  • Events and Extracurriculars: FlexFridays, an ESports team, and even Prom provide opportunities for FlexSchool students from all campuses to further strengthen a sense of belonging in our community.
  • Network-wide Classes: During our unique FlexFriday schedule, students have the opportunity to take creative and life-skills classes with peers from all three campuses.
Joining Our Cloud Campus
No matter where you are located, our 100% live virtual campus is happy to welcome you. FlexSchool’s admissions department is experienced at working with district placements all over the US and is able to provide the necessary paperwork for school choice and military requirements.
FlexSchool is proud to provide scholarships and financial aid to those who qualify.
We're International!
Connect with students from around the world! FlexSchool is thrilled with our ever-growing international community on our Cloud Campus. We currently have students from Dubai, India, Germany, Switzerland, Costa Rica, and more. Our international students have full access to our course catalog and can join as full or part-time students. 

We are also happy to assist families on foreign professional or military assignments with the paperwork if they are applying for reimbursement. 

Reach out to learn more about our application process and financial aid for international students.

Meet Lynne – Head of School

Lynne Henwood has dedicated her career to advocating for gifted and twice-exceptional learners. She has served as President of the New Jersey Association for Gifted Children (NJAGC) since 2018.  She also serves on the Strengthening Gifted and Talented Education Advisory Committee (SGTEAC) for the New Jersey Department of Education. Previously, she was a gifted teacher and program coordinator for Washington Township Schools in Morris County, NJ.

Lynne earned a B. A. in Psychology from Dickinson College, a Gifted Education Certificate from Rutgers University, and an M. A. in Educational Psychology from the University of Connecticut Neag School of Education (Concentration: Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent Development). In 2018, Lynne was named New Jersey's Gifted Teacher of the Year and is the 2019 Mensa Foundation's Gifted Education Fellowship Award winner. Most recently, Lynne was awarded the NAGC 2020 Master’s & Specialist Award, and her NJAGC Advocacy Team won the NAGC 2020 David W. Belin Advocacy Award.

As a parent of four uniquely gifted children, Lynne understands that all children need to feel valued, accepted, and respected