Get Exceptional Online Learning
for Your Home Schooled Student
Why this is for you:
• Have you ever felt unsure about teaching very-top-level high school courses?
• Are you qualified to teach them—but don’t have the time?
• Do you want your teen to learn online with a strong Christ-focus…to get college-level instruction now—and actually get ahead of peers—to jump-start your son or daughter’s college success?
If you answered yes to any of these questions—then these courses are exactly what you’ve been looking for—so read on!
What kind of courses are there?
PHC Prep Academy’s courses are Advanced Placement (AP)* courses for teens.
Our unswerving commitment to Christ-centered education means that the Christian worldview is built into every course. Not only do students learn what the Bible has to say about the subject they are studying, but they also learn how to articulate and defend the Christian worldview to others.
What is an AP course?
AP courses give you high-quality freshman-level college learning that is the best you can give—and get your teen ahead. To find out more about AP courses—what they are and how they’re nationally certified—click here.
Scores of 3 or higher qualify at most colleges for credit or advanced placement. Check out how our students have done in the past.
What courses are offered?
All of the courses here are designed to give your teen high-level success both now and in college. English and history courses, calculus and physics, economics and government… It’s all here.
To learn specific details about any course, simply click on the course name and get all the info that you need…
AP English Literature and Composition, full year, August 26, 2013—May 2, 2014
AP English Language and Composition, full year, August 26, 2013—May 2, 2014
AP Calculus AB, full year, August 26, 2013—May 2, 2014
AP Physics B (with lab), full year, August 26, 2013—May 2, 2014
AP United States History, full year, August 26, 2013—May 2, 2014
AP United States Government and Politics, spring only, January 13, 2014—May 2, 2014
AP World History, full year, August 26, 2013—May 2, 2014
AP Microeconomics, fall only, August 26, 2013—December 13, 2013
AP Macroeconomics, spring only, January 13, 2014—May 2, 2014
Why take an AP course?
Here are three good reasons:
1. AP courses can save you time.
After taking an AP course, your teen can take the national AP test in its subject area and receive a passing score. Passing AP exam scores can qualify your teen to receive college credit; more than 90 percent of four-year colleges in the US (and colleges in more than 60 other countries) give students credit, advanced placement, or both. That’s time saved, while skipping ahead in college.
2. AP courses can save you money.
Earning college credit for an AP exam score means you don’t have to pay for that credit in college. That’s money in your pocket.
3. AP courses can get your child into his or her college of choice.
College entrance can be tricky. College entrance committees like AP courses. A successful AP course on your teen’s transcript bumps your teen’s standing up to a higher level. That bump might just be what your teen needs, to get in.
Interested in how our students perform on AP Exams? Check out our scores from previous years. You’ll be pleased with the results.
How much do the courses cost?
The cost here can even be less expensive than other schools online—especially for AP courses…and members of the Home School Legal Defense Association get a tuition discount on each course. After reading this page and getting all the details, click here to learn how to become a member and save today.
|Yearlong course, with a lab||$600||$700|
*Students pay an additional one-time, non-refundable course registration fee of $25 per academic year. You can find more details on our course costs page.
Questions? Click here and get answers at the FAQ page now.
Don’t miss the registration deadlines. Class registration time is limited.
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Fall and Yearlong 2013-2014 Course Deadlines
Registration for fall courses and yearlong courses closes on Friday, August 16, 2013.
Fall classes and yearlong classes begin on Monday, August 26, 2013.
Know which fall and yearlong courses you’re signing up for right now? Then click here.
Spring 2014 Course Deadlines
Registration for spring courses closes on Friday, January 10, 2014.
Spring classes begin on Monday, January 13, 2014.
Know which spring courses you’re signing up for right now? Then click here.