Most microschools do have some sort of structure to their day, even if it’s not broken up into traditional subjects. Your child might have a chunk of time in the morning to work on mastering skills like reading, math, or a foreign language. That would likely be through interaction with eLearning software. In the afternoon, the students might have a group activity such as a Socratic seminar to discuss the effects of a historical event, or they may work on a project to discover scientific principles and explore the world around them. Depending on the day, there might be some sort of other activity scheduled as well, such as a chunk of time dedicated to art or physical health. Ultimately, each microschool chooses to set up their schedule in the way that best suits their students and their goals. Check with the learning coach at a microschool in your area to get a better idea of how the students at that microschool spend their days.