- A Beka

  • Language Arts, Phonics, Numbers, Manuscript Writing, Reading, Poetry, Social Studies and Science


1st - 2nd: 

- Alpha Omega LifePacs

  • Language Arts, Mathematics, History & Geography, Sciences, and Bible


For a listing of courses available on LifePac, click on the following link:


3rd - 6th: 

- Math Mammoth, Sadlier Grammar, Vocabulary, and BJU Press for the Heritage Studies and Science

  • Language Arts, Mathematics, History & Geography, Sciences, Bible

  • (Elementary electives are available; Foreign Languages, Health, Career Exploration...etc)

7th - 12th:

- “Ignitia” Online  by Alpha Omega

  • English I, II, III, IV

  • Algebra I, & II, Geometry, Trigonometry, & Pre-Calculus

  • World Geography, World History, American History, Government & Economics

  • Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

  • New Testament, Old Testament

  • Elective studies (Art, Computer, Music, History, Health, ACT Prep...etc)


For a PDF of a complete 2017 - 2018 Ignitia course catalog, click on the following link:

Each student has daily assignments, projects, essays, or lessons in each subject which they are to complete either during study hours at school or at home for homework. These lessons, projects, and assignments count for a part of their unit grade as well as the final test on that unit. These individual assignments and test weights can be and are individually adjusted (by course) based on the student's abilities.


The online curriculum, Ignitia, is not stored on the student's devices or on CD but on AOP servers. The students may access their lessons during the school year from any laptop device that has internet access.  Ignitia will grade or score about half of their work for the student and the rest is graded by the teacher.


Daily classes begin at 8:00am  and are dismissed at 3:00pm on Monday through Thursday. On Friday, classes are dismissed at noon. Physical Education classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Students are expected to arrive on time each day in the prescribed dress code except on specific free dress days. 


Students are expected to display honor in their word, their actions, their interactions with staff and each other, and in their academics. Academic dishonesty will not be tolerated.


Students are discouraged from romantic relationships and are encouraged to pursue growth in their relationship with God.  Dating and romantic relationships at this young age are distractions from their purpose.