March 2014 Newsletter
College For A Weekend
Calling all high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors — you don’t want to miss Liberty University’s College For A Weekend (CFAW)! The last CFAW of Spring 2014 is April 10-13.
Attend college classes, stay in a residence hall with current Liberty students, and explore campus.
During the months of April and May, all students will take the Stanford 10 Online Test.
The test results help Liberty University Online Academy measure the success of their curriculum compared to other schools nationwide. The results are only reported to Liberty University Online Academy administration.
Class of 2014
The Liberty University Online Academy Graduation Ceremony will be held on Liberty University’s campus in Lynchburg, Va., on Saturday, May 10. Visit our website for details.
Edge/Dual Enrollment Deadlines for the Spring
The Summer A/B sub-term registration deadline is Wednesday, April 23. Be sure to mark this important date on your calendar today.
Pray Like You Mean It
How often do you find yourself praying the same prayers over and over again? It is easy to fall into a monotonous prayer life and an apathetic faith.
What if we started replacing familiar prayers with ambitious ones?
As followers of Christ, we can bring absolutely everything to Him. He desires for us to pray prayers of unwavering faith. He wants to see that we believe He will complete a good work in us before He actually does.
Do not spend another day coming to the throne room with prayers grounded in routine — come with prayers bursting with ambition! After all, God is still in the business of working miracles.
Malachi 3:10 says, “‘Test me in this,’ says the Lord Almighty, ‘and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.’”
Whether you come to the throne room lifting up the prayer requests of others, asking for a need of your own, or simply praising God for who He is, do it with great ambition.
Meet ninth-grader Greyson Hoye.
Hoye enjoys traveling, studying history, and participating in debates. He feels called to bring injustices into the spotlight, and was recently given the opportunity to do so when he accepted an invitation to be a page at the state capitol building in Olympia, Washington.
He said the experience allowed him to see firsthand how the government works. He attended “page school” where he wrote his own bill to limit the accessibility of abortions — a topic he felt God had put on his heart.
Hoye appreciates that he has learned so much about biblical studies through Liberty Online Academy. He especially enjoys getting to connect with teachers and fellow students even though they are spread out around the world.
Hoye is interested in pursuing journalism in the future; however, he understands that God ultimately holds his tomorrow.
Question: How often should I expect to be informed about my student’s progress?
Answer: You will receive a monthly progress report and a quarterly phone call from your student’s academic advisor.
Amanda Poch teaches Music Theory and Music Appreciation and is one of our newest teachers at Liberty University Online Academy.
In addition to teaching at Liberty Online Academy, she also works full time for the Liberty University Department of Theatre Arts. Poch’s God-given talent and passion for music are evident in many aspects of her life. In addition to teaching, she conducts the orchestra for main stage Liberty productions, serves as assistant worship leader at her local church, and often plays accompaniment for professional auditions in both New York City and Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
Recently, she recorded a CD with some Liberty alumni entitled “So That All Can Hear,” to raise support for the Campus Outreach ministry.
Her favorite verse is Jeremiah 29:11-13, which declares that the Lord knows His plans for every one of his children.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, studying fashion, and spending time outdoors. We are glad she is a part of the Liberty Online Academy staff.
Which former Liberty University football played for the Oakland Raiders?