It's called the Kahn Academy and teachers, parents and students are all fans of the program.
Inside a fourth grade classroom at Poinciana Elementary in Naples, the lights are dim and there are no textbooks in sight.
Instead, there are computers.
"It helps your visual learners, it hits your auditory learners, it hits your kinesthetic learners," said Kristin Merrill, teacher at Poinciana Elementary.
Ms. Merrill is talking about Kahn Academy.
Students and parents are trying out the online school that's free for anyone, anywhere.
With a library of more than 3,000 videos, you can watch lessons starting with addition, all the way to calculus.
"I like the videos because they tell you how to do it and they're simple," said student Mackenzie Barrett.
Students watch videos at home to learn a concept, then in class they do practice problems.
It's called flipping the classroom.
This way, students can learn at their own pace and if they get stuck, the teacher can help.
"Actually gives me eyes in the back of my head," said Merrill.
Teachers also have what's called a dashboard so they can monitor each students progress in real time and figure out who needs some extra help.
"I can see exactly what they're doing minute by minute, I can walk around and there's never a child sitting doing nothing," said Merrill.
Parents can also monitor their child's progress.
"It gives me a tool where I can go in and see every error he made and I can go work with him," said parent Mark Chrzescian.
"It's like helping me learn new things," said student Zachary Chrzescian.
Learning the fourth graders call fun with benefits.
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