Courses for High School Students
Liberty University Online Academy
Even before college, home school parents and students can take advantage of Liberty University Online Academy (LUOA), offering courses for elementary and high school students (grades 3-12) with an emphasis on individualized learning. LUOA was created to provide students the support of a traditional, residential academy while enrolled in a technology-based home school academic program.
With Liberty University Online Academy, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), you will be enrolled in a credible program of study that provides licensed, certified teachers, relevant Christian content, a personal academic advisor and access to a wide range of support through Liberty University.
And as a High School Junior or Senior you can enroll in the Academy’s Dual Enrollment program called the EDGE.
Liberty University Online Academy offers a dual enrollment program, The Edge, specifically designed for high school juniors and seniors who are looking for the academic edge of earning college credit before graduation from high school.
Jump Start Your Education While Building Your Faith
This Christ-centered, online education program through Liberty, the world's largest evangelical university, allows you as an 11th and 12th grade student to begin earning college credit toward your bachelor’s degree while fulfilling your high school course requirements.
Regardless of whether you decide to attend Liberty as a resident student, continue on to earn your degree through our online program, or even study at another college or university, the more classes you take now, the further ahead you'll be. This gives you a competitive edge!
Admissions Requirements & Policies
Tuition for The Edge is now only $495 per course, a 73% savings off the cost of our resident college student tuition. This means you and your family save up to $5,425 for a semester’s worth of classes.*
Tuition & Fees
Classes are conducted online, so completion of assignments fits easily into your busy schedule. Study and complete your assignments from home, over lunch, or during a free period at school. Whenever and wherever you choose to study during the week is up to you.
Home School Students
Liberty University's mission is to produce Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills required to impact tomorrow's world. We find that home-schooling parents often share in a similar life mission, and recognize how important it is for homeschooling families to develop a solid educational path for their children. You have invested so much into your student's life, and now Liberty University offers a way for you to continue planning your student's future, your way, through a program that is both academically excellent and spiritually strong.
Liberty University supports you as a home school parent or student, and encourages you to take a look at the opportunities available to you in our Online Academy or dual enrollment in online courses. As a home school student, you have the option of customizing your college career to fit your needs, with several options available to you and your family. View our frequently asked questions page to learn more.
How to Make a Transcript
Colleges expect transcripts to reflect high school courses taken, as well as some kind of evaluation for each course. As you prepare your home-schooling records, you should reflect all courses completed, credits earned or hours spent, and the letter grade earned. Try to organize chosen courses according to grade level, even if it doesn't conform to the exact format or time frame of your educational process. The more recognizable you can make your transcripts for the college who may review them, the better. Below we have provided a few examples of an acceptable transcript, as well as our curriculum requirements.
*Federal Financial Aid is not available to Edge students.