Online Classes

High School Credit

  • The Potter's School uses internet videoconferencing technology to provide live online courses to students in their own homes. They offer a full range of core and elective courses for students in grades 7 through 12. These are predominately independent study classes in which the teacher determines the curriculum, evaluates the students' exams and essays, and serves as a resource when students require outside assistance. Each class meets with the teacher in a live session via internet for 90 minutes each week. The interactive class sessions use audio, text chat, video, slide show presentations, and a whiteboard to enhance the students' educational experience. The courses are Biblically-based and academically rigorous.
  • Escondido Tutorial Service is a clearing house for various teachers offering online tutorials in the subjects of a classical education using live audio and chat sessions. Classes and format vary from teacher to teacher.

High School AND AP Credit

  • PA Homeschoolers (Click on AP Online Classes) offers a wide range of Advanced Placement (AP) test preparation classes for homeschooled high school students from all across the country. When students pass College Board Advanced Placement exams, given each May in public and private high schools, they can earn college credit or advanced standing at many colleges, and opt out of intro classes. Many homeschool students seeking academic scholarships also find the AP program a real help, as AP exam scores give a concrete way for others to gauge strong academic preparation. AP classes are all designed to be much tougher than typical high school classes- more reading, more study time, and more dedication will be required. All of the AP classes are authorized through the College Board Audit process. PA Homeschoolers also sends out official transcripts on AP course completion for all students who both complete the course and take the actual AP exam. You can see parent reviews for these classes on the website.

High School AND College Credit

  • King's Online combines a mixture of video, web, text, and audio formats to give you excellent instruction. High school juniors and seniors are eligible to take select King’s courses online. Students are limited to a maximum of 12 credit hours under the College’s dual enrollment program. Professors provide personal feedback and instruction to help you master important concepts. The online courses are offered in a full semester format and also an accelerated 8 week format.

    The King’s College aims to contribute to American society by producing graduates who command the important intellectual traditions, who think lucidly about the social and political issues that confront them today, who write with force and flair, who speak with eloquence, and who are eager to exchange ideas in open debate with those who espouse different views. To accomplish this, the College teaches a compelling worldview rooted in the Bible and informed by close study of great works of philosophy, political theory, and economics. We study Paul and Plato; Moses and Machiavelli; Adam and Adam Smith.