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

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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Full

 
Age: Middle School Students
Schedule:
10am Wednesday, or Thursday (Also, one other time is in the works)
Start Date: Week of Aug 29
Breaks: 
2 weeks for Thanksgiving - Week of and the week after
2 weeks at Christmas - Dec 19th to 30th
2 weeks at Easter - Apr 9th to 20th
End Date: Week of May13th
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).

Click for course FAQs

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

Topics in Meteorology (weather) and Physics

  • 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 Physical Science text (ed. 1 or 2)

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Full
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Age: Middle School Students -
the 2nd half is "math-y", so closer to 7th grade is best
Schedule:
Only one class per week needed
Tuesdays 1pm CST
or
Wednesday 10am CST
or 
Thursday 2pm CST
Start Date: Week of Aug 29
Breaks: 
Two weeks at Thanksgiving - Week of and the week after
Two Weeks at Christmas - December 19 and the week after
Two Weeks for Easter - Apr 9 to 20
End Date: Week of May 13
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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. 
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Description:
Age: Middle School Students (some colleges will accept it as a high school course)

Topics in Meteorology (weather) and Physics

  • 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 Physical Science text (ed. 1 or 2)

FAQa

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bio AYOP

AYOP Key

Description:

† Contains distinctly Christian content

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lab Report Starters
  • Computer-scored module exams
  • Live, online classroom open office hours help, if needed

Required Text: Apologia Biology Biology 1st or 2nd ed. 

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Full

Age: 9th grade is the most common
Schedule:
This class is a 3 day a week class, but you can come to any class time per day that is convenient at the time
T, W, and Th
8am CST or 9am CST or 12pm CST - if you miss a class, there are recordings of lectures available
Starts: Week of Aug 29
Breaks:
2 weeks off for Thanksgiving - week of and the week after
2 weeks off for Christmas - week of Christmas and the week after
2 weeks off for Easter 0 Apr 9 to 20
Ends: week of May 13th
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)
  • Lab Report Starters
  • Computer-scored module exams
  • Live, online classroom open office hours help, if needed

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 Status: Opens Aug 1, Live and AYOP
AYOP Keys
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Age: Algebra 1 completion and High School level (typically 10th grade)


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.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Level 4  Build Notes - For builders only

Chem
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We need one more session/teacher to seat all early seaters

Live Class Option Details:

Session Options: Meets 3 days a week

T, W, TH at 11am CST

or

M, T, Th at 12pm CST

or

T, W, TH at 1 pm CST

Start Date: Week of Aug 29
Breaks: 
2 weeks for Thanksgiving - Week of and the week after
2 weeks at Christmas - Dec 19th to 30th
2 weeks at Easter - Apr 9th to 20th
End Date: Week of May13th

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Seating Status: Opens Aug 1, AYOP and MOOC
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AYOP Key
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Age: High School (typically 11th or 12th grade)
Prerequisites: completion of General Biology; Chemistry is recommended
Information about the MOOC option (hybrid between AYOP and Live) will be posted on August 1st

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.

Description:

  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lots of video-based lab support
  • Computer-scored module exams

Required text: Apologia Advanced Biology, ed 1 or 2

Frequently asked Questions

FAQs

Level 4  Build Notes

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Age: High School (typically 11th or 12th grade)
Live Class: Meets two days a week for session 1
T and Th 11am CST
Session 2 is on Wednesdays only at 9:00 CST
First Wed class: Week of 8/24 and the Th class begins 8/30
breaks: Two weeks for Thanksgiving week of and week after, Dec 19 to 30, two week Easter break Apr 9 to 20
Last day: Week of May 18
Description:
Prerequisites: completion of General Biology; Chemistry is recommended
  • Recorded Lectures
  • Computer-Scored Lecture Quizzes (OYO and study guide questions)
  • Lots of video-based lab support
  • Computer-scored module exams
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.

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Physics
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Description:

  • 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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