Online High School

Liberty University Online Academy offers a wide range of accredited, 100% online high school courses. These programs can help your student achieve academic success, earn an accredited online high school diploma, and prepare for the future. Students can study core subjects, including language arts, mathematics, history, and science, and choose from an ever-growing variety of electives, including literature and Spanish. LUOA regularly adds new electives to the curriculum selection. Check out our program benefits below! 



Online High School Benefits

  • Academic, administrative, and technical support
  • 24/7 access to curriculum and grades
  • Customized learning plans to meet your student’s unique educational needs
  • NCAA-approved Enhanced Courses
  • Proven curriculum taught from a biblical perspective
  • Qualified teachers and responsive staff
  • Rolling start dates that allow students to enroll any time throughout the year
  • Structured yet flexible program

See how LUOA’s curriculum works.




Does LUOA offer AP Courses or College Credit?

LUOA offers college credit for dual-enrollment students through Liberty University, but not AP courses. Many students in grades 9-12 prefer dual-enrollment college courses to AP courses. To find out more about earning college credit through LUOA’s online classes in high school, check out our dual-enrollment page!

Available Courses

Finance and Economics
Physical Education and Health
Course Materials

Apologetics (41-week course) (BIB-1000)

Global Studies (22-week course) (BIB-2150)

Intercultural Communications (22-week course) (BIB-2250)

Living a Godly Life (41-week course) (BIBB-150 Male) (BIBG-150 Female)

Survey of the Bible (41-week course) (BIB-900)

World Religions (41-week course) (BIB-2300)

Algebra I (41-week course) (MAT-900)

Algebra II (41-week course) (MAT-1100)

Calculus (41-week course) (MAT-1300)

Computer Mathematics (41-week course) (MAT-1400)

Geometry (41-week course) (MAT-1000)

Pre-Calculus (41-week course) (MAT-1200)

Trigonometry (22-week course) (MAT-2100)


English 9 (41-week course) (LAN-900)

English 10 (41-week course) (LAN-1000)

English 11 (41-week course) (LAN-1100)

English 12 (41-week course) (LAN-1200)


Health and PE I (41-week course) (HPEB-100 Male) (HPEG-100 Female)

Health and PE II (41-week course) (HPEB-200 Male) (HPEG-200 Female)

Economics (22-week course) (HIS-1202)

Personal Financial Literacy (22-week course) (APP-2500)

Government (22-week course) (HIS-1201)

U.S. History (41-week course) (HIS-1100)

Virginia History (22-week course) (HIS-1146)

World Geography (41-week course) (HIS-950)

World History I: From Creation to the Renaissance (41-week course) (HIS-900)

World History II: From the Renaissance to the Present (41-week course) (HIS-1000)

Anatomy and Physiology (41-week course) (SCI-2100)

Biology (41-week course) (SCI-1000)

Chemistry (41-week course) (SCI-1100)

Earth Science (41-week course) (SCI-900)

Physics (41-week course) (SCI-1200)

You can access a list of the materials your student will need here:


Elective Courses

Fine Arts and Career Planning
Foreign Language

Academic and Career Success (22-week course) (APP-2050)

Family and Consumer Science (41-week course) (APP-2100)

High School Guitar (41-week course) (APP-2800)

Music Appreciation (22-week course) (APP-2400)

French I (41-week course) (LAN-2600)

French II (41-week course) (LAN-2700)

Latin I (41-week course) (LAN-1600)

Latin II (41-week course) (LAN-1700)

Spanish I (41-week course) (LAN-2200)

Spanish I: Part A (41-week course worth 0.5 credit to help spread out learning material) (LAN-2170)

Spanish I: Part B (41-week course worth 0.5 credit to help spread out learning material) (LAN-2180)

Spanish II (41-week course) (LAN-2300)

Spanish III (41-week course) (LAN-2400)

American Literature (22-week course) (LAN-2000)

America’s Colonial Foundations (22-week course) (HIS-2300)

British Literature (22-week course) (LAN-2100)

Christian Authors (22-week course) (LAN-1900)

Civil War and Reconstruction (22-week course) (HIS-2150)

College Planning and Preparation (22-week course) (APP-2000)

Consumer Math (41-week course) (MAT-2000)

Creative Writing (22-week course) (LAN-2150)

History of the Constitution (22-week course) (HIS-2000)

Public Speaking (22-week course) (LAN-2950)

Computer Applications I (22-week course) (CSB-2003)

Computer Applications II (22-week course) (CSB-2004)

Engineering and Creationeering (41-week course) (APP-1200)

Essentials of Business (22-week course) (CSB-2002)

Programming Logic: C++ (22-week course) (CSB-2100)

Programming Logic: Java (22-week course) (CSB-2125)

Programming Logic: Python (22-week course) (CSB-2150)

Web Design (22-week course) (CSB-2200)


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