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LUOA NCAA-Approved Courses

We Offer NCAA-Approved Courses

If your student wishes to compete in an NCAA sport in college, we’ve got you covered! All of the LUOA Enhanced Courses and Dual Enrollment Courses have been approved by the NCAA for Division I athletic program participation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is NCAA eligibility?

What does my student need to do to be eligible?

What are the requirements for freshmen to receive an athletics scholarship and practice at a Divison I school?

What are the requirements for freshmen to receive an athletics scholarship, practice, and compete at a Division I school?

Where can I find all the information I’ll need to register, send transcripts, and more?

 

What Are the Benefits of Taking NCAA-Approved Courses with LUOA?

Flexibility

Our program offers student-athletes the opportunity to access their courses wherever they are and interact online with their teachers with our 100% online curriculum. This makes it easier to balance growing as both a student and an athlete without having to sacrifice one for the other.

 

Community

With our Enhanced Courses, students have higher levels of teacher interaction, a lower student-to-teacher ratio, and opportunities to interact with fellow classmates through discussion boards and live teacher-led sessions, providing maximum support for the student throughout the year.

 

Accountability

Students will receive more accountability through our Enhanced Courses. Students are given a participation grade based on attendance at live teacher sessions and participation in discussion boards. Semester and final exams will be proctored by an adult. Also, once a semester, teachers will hold a conference with the parents or legal guardians of the student.

Academic Support


With the Enhanced Courses, due dates are enforced because students need to stay on track and be able to participate in teacher-led tutorials and live teaching sessions. Students are also notified when they are falling behind in classes (i.e., when they are 2 or more weeks behind). While there still is flexibility like our traditional K-12 classes, students are expected to complete semester classes within 5 months and full-year classes within 10 months.

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