Our curriculum at LVCHS is designed to integrate God’s Truth into the teaching-learning process, using the precepts and principles of His special revelation through the living and written Word of God, as well as what we can discover from His general revelation through His creation. With rigorous standards and an emphasis on excellence, the curriculum as taught and facilitated by our faculty will develop and demonstrate in our students an integrated, unified and God-centered view of all aspects of life and learning, equipping them to think biblically and function purposefully.
Below is the course selection schedule for the 2017-2018 school year.
Science(Biology), English 9, History I, P.E, Bible ,and Fine Arts. Students may select either Algebra I or Geometry and a recommendation will be made after the math placement test. For the college prep diploma program, students are encouraged to take two years of a foreign language and/ or other electives offered in house or through LUOA.^*
Science (Chemistry), Bible, English 10,History , P.E, and a Fine Arts. Students may select either Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II. (These courses must be taken in that order.) Students may take both Geometry and Algebra II concurrently if they desire to take AP Calculus during 12th grade. For the college prep diploma program, students are encouraged to take a foreign language and/ or other electives in house or through LUOA.^*
Science (Environmental or Anatomy & Physiology~), Bible, English 11, History, P.E, Health, and a Fine Arts. Students select either Algebra II or Pre-Calculus. For the college prep diploma program, students take encouraged to take a foreign language and two electives. Qualifying Juniors may also enroll in dual enrollment courses with Liberty University (additional fees apply). Please contact the school office for more information.
Science (Environmental or Anatomy & Physiology~), History, English 12, P.E, Bible ,and a Fine Arts. Advanced students may select either Pre-Calculus or AP Calculus^. For the college prep diploma program, students are encouraged to take two years of Spanish before graduation and four electives. Students must select at least 5.5 credits during this year. Qualifying Seniors may also enroll in dual enrollment courses with Liberty University. Please contact the school office for more information.Minimum number of credits to graduate: Science - 3, Bible - 4, History - 3, English - 4, Math - 3, P.E. - 0.4 per year, Fine Arts - 0.2 per year, Health - 0.1. College prep program requires two years of Spanish.
Electives are taught by Liberty University On-line Academy teachers and in- house.
Juniors and Seniors may qualify for dual enrollment courses through Liberty University or another approved college. These courses are actual LU courses and upon successful completion, students earn college credit at many colleges and universities across the United States. Additional fees apply. Please contact the school office for more information.
Traditional classroom Math courses will be determined by the number of students enrolled in each course. If deemed necessary, a small number of Math courses may use the on-line format.
Art and Praise Team will be taught as live credit credit.
The 2015-2016 Academic Profile can be found here.
^ Dual Enrollment course and AP Course
Requirements for Admission to AP Courses