Online Academy

NEWS

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Registration is open for the 2020-2021 school year.

NOW OFFERING A COMPLETE OPTION K-8. We also have full options for highschool Math, English, and Social Studies. Our only high school science class is Chemistry, but we have others in development.

In development: Physics, Latin, Arabic

Introduction

This academy exists to aid parents in the teaching of the faith to their children. We see ourselves as a supplement designed to support the parents in the areas where help is desired. Our teachers encourage weekly engagement between the student and the family. The academy is classically influenced.

Students experience live engagement with each other and the teacher through our virtual classroom software, Moodle.com. Our teachers will lead 5-10 students in a private video conference call. Parents are allowed to silently monitor live video sessions.

We hold to the universal Christian Faith that has been believed everywhere, always and by all, embracing St. Vincent of Lerins’ ancient hermeneutic of universality, antiquity, and consensus.

Please read our FAQ for more information.

Details

Click HERE for the Academic Calendar. 

Click HERE for the semester schedule.

Click HERE for a detailed description of each subject we are offering.

Enrollment

 

We have two tiers of tuition. For most classes, tuition is $196 for the whole year per student for each subject. Tuition for some of our other classes is $266 for the whole year per student. These classes include a private 15-minute session with the student, parent, and teacher. Half of the tuition is due at enrollment. The remaining balance is due on October 1st, 2020.

Personal Finance will take place in the Spring Semester only. We will open registration for Personal Finance on Thursday, October 15th. You will receive a reminder by email in October if you have a student enrolled in one of our high school classes.

Please remember that 75% of the tuition goes directly to the teacher as compensation. 

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