Enrollments Begin August 1st

When they open, just log in to the account that you want to enroll in to a course and click on the course name in the left column. Then enter the self-enrollment key posted in the course description. 

 

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Age: Middle School Students
Schedule:
Live class option courses seat beginning at noon Central August 1st (unless you are in early seating). It is not first come first serve, so waiting until the evening or even the next morning before noon Central is recommended since we get so many on near the noon hour the site slows down. If we have more students wanting seats that we have from that 24 hour seating, we will do a lottery draw from  the general seating group for the seats we do have and work to get more volunteers/sessions to seat the rest.

Description:

† Contains distinctly Christian content
topics - experimental design, geology, paleontology, archaeology, and the systems of the human body

  • Recorded Lectures (main content source for AYOP and handy for live class students that miss a class)
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Computer-scored module exams
  • Lab support: Lab walk throughs, lab report starters, rubric-based lab report grading, labs are optional but earn extra credit

Required Text: Apologia General Science (ed. 1 is an exact match but ed. 2 works great too). Amazon has great used prices prior to peak demand, so grab a used copy early - LINK (not an affiliate link).

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Live

This class is full.

Age: Middle School Students

Live Class Weekly Schedule: 

Mondays 3pm Central

Wednesday 12pm Central

Thursdays 10am Central

Live Class calendar Schedule:

Start Date: Week of Sept 4 (NOTE - This is a week earlier than other science classes)

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 20-Dec 1

Christmas Break: Dec 18-Jan 5

Easter Break: Mar 19-30

End Date: Week of May 28

Description:

† Contains distinctly Christian content
topics - experimental design, geology, paleontology, archaeology, and the systems of the human body

    • Recorded Lectures (main content source for AYOP and handy for live class students that miss a class)
    • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
    • Computer-scored module exams
    • Lab support: Lab walk throughs, lab report starters, rubric-based lab report grading, labs are optional but earn extra credit

Required Text: Apologia General Science (ed. 1 is an exact match but ed. 2 works great too). Amazon has great used prices prior to peak demand, so grab a used copy early - LINK (not an affiliate link).

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ENROLLING NOW FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR! Just enter the code in the graphic below into the entry box under the course description. 
If you don't see the entry box, no worries: You will see this entry box when you click on the course from the home page course list or when you click on the course name in the left column if you are in the science category view. 
Description:
Age: Middle School Students (some colleges will accept it as a high school course)

Topics in Meteorology (weather) and Physics

  • Recorded Lectures that cover all the content from the text. Students can use them to supplement or give an alternative to the textbook. For live class students, if you miss a class, these will catch you right up.
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes and Exams (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters and hand-graded lab reports (about once per one to two weeks per grading cycle)
  • Mobile-friendly Study Notes with the slide images from the lecture along with the transcript

Required Text: You must have the Apologia Physical Science text (ed. 1 or 2). Amazon has used texts for a low cost HERE.

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This class is full
SEATING INFORMATION:
This is our 2017/18 school year live seating copy of Physical Science.
Early seating families are enrolling now. Use the key given in the Early Seating course page.
General seating will open on August 1st at Noon Central and run for 24 hours. General seating is not first come first serve it is lottery-based, so no need to feel rushed to be on the site at noon when so many are on. Come on in later in the day and the site will be faster. We literally have thousands on at the same time in that first hour. Live classes are very popular and if we do not have enough seats for all in general seating that want in, we will seat for what we do have and then call for more volunteers to step up and open more seats as they do and then run the lottery again. We extend the search for more volunteers for about two weeks and usually do get them for the middle school level science courses. These are easy courses to teach.

Description:
Age: Middle School Students (some colleges will accept it as a high school course)

Topics in Meteorology (weather) and Physics

† Contains distinctly Christian content

  • Recorded Lectures that cover all the content from the text. Students can use them to supplement or give an alternative to the textbook. For live class students, if you miss a class, these will catch you right up.
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes and Exams (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters and hand-graded lab reports (about once per one to two weeks per grading cycle)
  • Mobile-friendly Study Notes with the slide images from the lecture along with the transcript

Required Text: You must have the Apologia Physical Science text (ed. 1 or 2). Amazon has used texts for a low cost HERE.

Live Class Weekly Schedule: 

Mondays 8am Central

Wednesdays 10am Central

Wednesdays 1pm Central

Live Class calendar Schedule:

Start Date: Sept 4-8

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 20-Dec 1

Christmas Break: Dec 18-Jan 5

Easter Break: Mar 19-30

End Date: May 28-June 1

 

FAQa

AYOP

When an AYOP course hits 400 students we make a new course copy for the year and stop seating in the large enrollment copy. Look for the other seating AYOP course very near in the course list to this one but with the word Enroll on the left side.

Age: 9th grade is the most common
Description:
Live class option courses seat beginning at noon Central August 1st (unless you are in early seating). It is not first come first serve, so waiting until the evening or even the next morning before noon Central is recommended since we get so many on near the noon hour the site slows down. If we have more students wanting seats that we have from that 24 hour seating, we will do a lottery draw from  the general seating group for the seats we do have and work to get more volunteers/sessions to seat the rest.

Description:

† Contains distinctly Christian content

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions) and exams
  • Lab Report Starters with hand-graded labs
  • Live, online classroom open office hours help, if needed
  • Lecture notes are included, but are minimal compared to other courses. They will be Word Docs with the slide images and room for students to take notes rather than the transcript being included.

Required Text: Apologia Biology Biology 1st or 2nd ed. Amazon used booksellers list is usually the cheapest - LINK (not an affiliate link)

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Seating

Key

Enter the key in the blue graphic into the input box below the course description. If you do not see it, look in the left column and click on this course's name to go into the individual course view and you will see the input box under the course description.
Age: 9th grade is the most common
Schedule:
Description:
Live class option courses seat beginning at noon Central August 1st (unless you are in early seating). It is not first come first serve, so waiting until the evening or even the next morning before noon Central is recommended since we get so many on near the noon hour the site slows down. If we have more students wanting seats that we have from that 24 hour seating, we will do a lottery draw from  the general seating group for the seats we do have and work to get more volunteers/sessions to seat the rest.

Description:

† Contains distinctly Christian content

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions) and exams
  • Lab Report Starters with hand-graded labs
  • Live, online classroom open office hours help, if needed
  • Lecture notes are included, but are minimal compared to other courses. They will be Word Docs with the slide images and room for students to take notes rather than the transcript being included.

Required Text: Apologia Biology Biology 1st or 2nd ed. Amazon used booksellers list is usually the cheapest - LINK (not an affiliate link)

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Live Bio

Age: 9th grade is the most common
Schedule:

T, W, and TH; Time options of 8am, 10am Central, or 12pm Central

Live Class Calendar :

Start Date: Sept 11-15

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 20-Dec 1

Christmas Break: Dec 18-Jan 5

Easter Break: Mar 19-30

End Date: June 

Description:
† Contains distinctly Christian content
Live class option courses seat beginning at noon Central August 1st (unless you are in early seating). It is not first come first serve, so waiting until the evening or even the next morning before noon Central is recommended since we get so many on near the noon hour the site slows down. If we have more students wanting seats that we have from that 24 hour seating, we will do a lottery draw from  the general seating group for the seats we do have and work to get more volunteers/sessions to seat the rest.

Features:

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions) and exams
  • Lab Report Starters with hand-graded labs
  • Live, online classroom open office hours help, if needed
  • Lecture notes are included, but are minimal compared to other courses. They will be Word Docs with the slide images and room for students to take notes rather than the transcript being included.

Required Text: Apologia Biology Biology 1st or 2nd ed. Amazon used booksellers list is usually the cheapest - LINK (not an affiliate link)

Click for Frequently asked Questions

Chem
ENROLLING NOW FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR! Just enter the code in the graphic below into the entry box under the course description. 
If you don't see the entry box, no worries: You will see this entry box when you click on the course from the home page course list or when you click on the course name in the left column if you are in the science category view. 
Key
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High School, after the completion of Algebra 1
_Description:
This is a full school year high school general science chemistry course. It is about 60% algebra and 40% concepts, so we highly recommend the completion or near completion of Algebra 1. Even though this course is at your own pace, open office hours are available in the live online classroom when you need the extra help. Chemistry is very concept on concept and the next layer may be several modules later than when the concept is first introduced, so as you work through the course make an assumption that nothing is safe to forget after the module exam is completed. Work toward mastery and longterm retention in each module. 
  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters
  • Computer-scored module exams

Required Text: 

You must have the Apologia Chemistry text (ed. 1 or 2). If you use 2nd, be sure to use course provided periodic table and charts instead of the ones from the text. The third edition CANNOT be used. It is by a different author and the order of the content is too different.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Chem
Chemistry filled in Early Seating and has no seats to spare

This class is full.

Chemistry nearly filled in Early Seating. Six seats remain available. If we get more sign up than that, a lottery will be done on August 2 for those seats we already have and we will try to find more volunteer teachers through August to open more sessions to seat the rest. for any that we cannot seat in the live class, remember that we do have the At Your Own Pace (AYOP) course option.

Live Class Option Details:

Session Options: Meets 3 days a week

T, W, TH at 9am Central

or

M, T, Th at 11am Central

Live Class Calendar :

Start Date: Sept 11-15

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 20-Dec 1

Christmas Break: Dec 18-Jan 5

Easter Break: Mar 19-30

End Date: June 4-8

Description:

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters
  • Computer-scored module exams

Required Text: You must have the Apologia Chemistry text (ed. 1 or 2). If you use 2nd, be sure to use course provided periodic table and charts instead of the ones from the text. The third edition CANNOT be used. It is by a different author and the order of the content is too different.

Frequently Asked Questions

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_ENROLLING NOW FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR! Just enter the code in the graphic below into the entry box under the course description. 
If you don't see the entry box, no worries: You will see this entry box when you click on the course from the home page course list or when you click on the course name in the left column if you are in the science category view. 
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Key
Description:
Age: High School (typically 11th or 12th grade)
Prerequisites: completion of General Biology; Chemistry is recommended
  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions) and exam
What you need:
  • Apologia Advanced Biology text (ed. 1 or 2).
  • Recommended - Anatomy Coloring Book or other A&P level anatomy coloring book (assignments earn extra credit)
  • Microscope
  • Lab Supply List - until we have ours, THIS ONE is useful (see lab supply column)
  • Recommended for students that are heading in to medical fields - double injected preserved cat (Carolina Biological supply). The course provides added material from module 5 on to support students that want this deeper level of study.

FAQs


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This class is full.
Age: High School (typically 11th or 12th grade)
Description: 
† Contains distinctly Christian content.
Advanced Biology focuses on human anatomy and physiology. It had a required lab component due to the requirements of being called 'Advanced'. There are dissections in this course and the memory work is fairly high to learn the anatomy structures and functions. This course is typically taken after high school level biology. If your student has not had chemistry yet and comes in from another curriculum besides Apologia, enroll in the General Biology course we have and have your student complete Module 5 to fill in the chemistry background needed. 
Live Class:
2 PM CST - Wednesday and Friday
Schedule:

Start Date:  Sept 11-15

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 20-24

Christmas Break: Dec 18-Jan 5

Easter Break: Mar 19-April 6

End Date: May 14-18

Prerequisites: completion of General Biology; Chemistry is recommended

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions) and exam
What you need:
  • Apologia Advanced Biology text (ed. 1 or 2).
  • Recommended - Anatomy Coloring Book or other A&P level anatomy coloring book (assignments earn extra credit)
  • Microscope
  • Lab Supply List - until we have ours, THIS ONE is useful (see lab supply column)
  • Recommended for students that are heading in to medical fields - double injected preserved cat (Carolina Biological supply). The course provides added material from module 5 on to support students that want this deeper level of study.

FAQs

Physics
ENROLLING NOW FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR! Just enter the code in the graphic below into the entry box under the course description. 
If you don't see the entry box, no worries: You will see this entry box when you click on the course from the home page course list or when you click on the course name in the left column if you are in the science category view. 
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Key: 4students@AYOP
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Description:

This is a full school year course high school physics course usually taken in the junior or senior year of high school after chemistry is completed. 

A word about math -

You should have completed Algebra 2 before enrolling in this course if possible. If you have completed algebra 1 and you are very strong in algebra feel free to try it and see how you do. The course does teach the mathematics of trigonometry within the course. Student that are very strong in mathematics might want to consider waiting to do physics until they complete calculus and then take a calculus based physics course. Calculus was created by Isaac Newton because he needed something better for working with mechanics. If you want a calculus-based course recommendation, look into The Mechanical Universe streaming videos at Project Annenberg and the text can be picked up used at Amazon. 

Features:

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters
  • Computer-scored module exams

Required Text: Apologia Physics text (ed. 1, some people have found edition 2 also works fine)

Frequently Asked Questions:

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Physics
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This class is full.

Description:

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters
  • Computer-scored module exams

Schedule:

Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4pm Central

Live Class Calendar :

Start Date: Sept 11-15 (may start one week earlier)

Thanksgiving Break: Nov 20-Dec 1

Christmas Break: Dec 18-Jan 5

Easter Break: Mar 19-30

End Date: June 4-8

Required Text: Apologia Physics text (ed. 1, some people have found edition 2 also works fine)

Frequently Asked Questions:

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