College & Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarship & Dual Credit Opportunities

One of the services Logos Online School offers to our diploma track students is one-on-one college advising. We are always available to help our students to select the high school classes to prepare them for their vocation and to provide transcripts when they are ready to apply for college admission and scholarships.

We also partner with colleges and universities around the country to create scholarships and other opportunities for our students. We encourage you to check out the following institutions of higher learning as you prayerfully consider life beyond Logos Online School.

College Affiliates

Grand Canyon University offers a $4,000/year scholarship to Logos Online School graduates. This could save students up to $20,000 on college tuition over the course of four years.

Learn more about Grand Canyon University:
The Logos Online School Scholarship may be awarded to one of the most promising graduates of Logos Online School as it partners with New Saint Andrews College (Moscow, Idaho) in the ongoing work of Christian education. The Logos Online School Scholarship includes a full-tuition scholarship for four years. The scholarship is reserved for the most distinguished scholars, recognizing both outstanding academic achievement and Christian character. Students are responsible for fees and other non-tuition expenses. Learn more about this opportunity.

In addition, a few of our courses (like Integrated Humanities IV) have been approved for dual-credit at New Saint Andrews. Contact the LOS Registrar for more information. 


Other Resources

Superintendent Dr. Stephenson's book, The College Advising Handbook, is free to every diploma-track family enrolled in Logos Online School. If you have not yet received your copy, contact the school office with your mailing address:

This is a great resource for navigating standardized tests, college applications, and documenting extra-curricular activities. The websites linked below also offer valuable information and preparation: 






College Board

This not-for-profit organization has been connecting students to college opportunities since 1900. Their site is the best place to find information and resources for the PSAT, SAT, and AP Courses. 

Khan Academy

For the first time ever, the creators of the SAT have given Khan Academy exclusive access and advice to build a personalized practice program for anyone, anywhere. These tools are free and available now for every student.