College Resources

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

Scholarship and Dual Credit opportunities

New Saint Andrews College


New Saint Andrews College here in Moscow, Idaho has promised a $1,000/year scholarship to Logos Online School graduates. To be eligible, the student must enroll full-time the year immediately following his or her year of graduation. The scholarship is renewable year to year. 

We are also partnering with New Saint Andrews College to provide dual high-school and college credit for these two classes: 


Integrated Humanities IV

  • Logos Online School credits - 1 History, 1 Literature, 1 Theology
  • New Saint Andrews - 2 Elective credits


  • Logos Online School credits - 1 Math
  • New Saint Andrews - 2 Elective credits

Students must be registered for the class through Logos Online School and be accepted to New Saint Andrews College and pay their tuition rate. 

Apply to New Saint Andrews


Grand Canyon University offers a $5,000/year scholarship to Logos Online School graduates. This could save students up to $20,000 on college tuition over the course of four years.

Because of our partnership with GCU, parents and faculty also have access to 10% scholarship, providing savings towards tuition and fees for online undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral degree programs.

Learn more about Grand Canyon University:


The King’s College is a Christian liberal arts college in the heart of New York City. King’s offers aid to 100% of their student body, including scholarships related to leadership, debate, the Classical Learning test, and more.

Learn about the types of financial aid offered.


Learn more about The King’s College:


Gutenberg College is a four-year Christian Great Books college in Eugene, Oregon. Under the mentorship of Christian tutors devoted to a Biblical worldview, students build character and life skills through courses that integrate history, math, philosophy, literature, writing, art, and science with biblical Christianity. Housed in a historic residence at 1883 University Street on the perimeter of the University of Oregon, students engage with the big questions of meaning, knowledge, truth, and faith through small group discussions and intimate community.



College Advising Handbook

Superintendent Dr. Stephenson's book, The College Advising Handbook, is free to every 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.