For middle and high school students, Apologia offers exceptional homeschool classes online. Students are welcomed into a virtual learning community that meets in a live classroom once a week. Your child will have the opportunity to interact during class and ask questions from their instructors for a personalized learning experience.
Homeschool students in grades 7–12 can choose from classes in science, math, foreign language, art and literature, history, apologetics, Bible, and worldview.
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I am going to miss this class and your teaching style. You take the time to answer questions and make sure that everyone understands the material. I will miss my fellow students in the class because they made it fun and enjoyable.
I just wanted to thank you for a wonderful two years of science courses! Not only did I learn a lot, I enjoyed it too. Your teaching made the material much more understandable while tying the concepts into the real world.
I started at Penn State this past year studying engineering as a seventeen-year-old. I just wanted to let you know how well your class prepared me for college courses. I finished both semesters with a 4.0.
I just received feedback on my first college lab report and received a score of 100% and an excellent review from my professor. I just wanted to say thank you for the time and effort you put in to help me learn how to write a good lab report.
I want to thank you for being my teacher this year. I have a stronger knowledge of Christian apologetics and more of a need to become closer to God.
I used to be bullied at school because I was different, but in your online classes, I felt as though I could actually interact with others without them seeing how different I am. I felt that for the first time, I actually belonged. I liked that feeling so much; I have decided to take more online classes with Apologia. Thank you and everyone at Apologia for helping me feel this way. God bless you all at Apologia for the wonderful work you are doing.
Apologia’s engaging instructors bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to their classrooms, providing students with live, personalized, and professional instruction. Students are encouraged to ask questions, participate in discussions, and explore new concepts.
Teacher-prepared lectures during class time assist students with their weekly studies and provide them with their assignments.
Classes are often delivered using a variety of teaching methods, such as visual aids, practice problems, group discussions, and interactive activities. Classes also provide students with a clear understanding of the course expectations, which helps students to plan their time effectively and prioritize their work.
Time is set aside for discussion and questions so students can ask specific questions to help them understand the class material. students are encouraged to ask questions about the material they have learned or any assignments they have been given. This provides students with the opportunity to seek clarification on topics they may be struggling with and helps them to understand the material more deeply.
The student portal and study site are accessible 24/7, providing access to the class syllabus, notes, assignments, tests, quizzes, audio and video clips, discussions, and more anytime. This allows students to review the material at their own pace and schedule, making it easier to balance their academic responsibilities with other commitments. Additionally, the accessibility of the student portal and study site ensures that students can stay on top of their coursework and remain engaged in the learning process, even outside of scheduled class hours.