Curriculum & Graduation Requirements

A Classical & Christian Education

What Do We Mean by "Christian"?

In every discipline, Logos Online School is committed to:

 

 

  • Teach all subjects as parts of an integrated whole with the Scriptures at the center (II Tim. 3:16-17)
  • Provide a clear model of the biblical Christian life through our instructors (Matthew 22:37-40)
  • Encourage every student to begin and develop his relationship with God the Father through Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:18-20, Matthew 19:13-15)
  • Encourage every student to develop a love for learning and live up to his academic potential.
  • All course materials at Logos Online School are held to biblical standards for measurement; historical facts are reported as such, and all opinion and interpretation must withstand the scrutiny of Scripture.

What Do We Mean by "Classical"?

 In the 1940’s the British author, Dorothy Sayers, wrote an essay titled "The Lost Tools of Learning." In it she not only calls for a return to the application of the seven liberal arts of ancient education, the first three being the “Trivium” – grammar, logic, rhetoric, she also combines three stages of children’s development to the Trivium. Doug Wilson, a founding board member of Logos School in Moscow, Idaho and board member of the Association of Classical & Christian Schools explained the classical method further in his  book, Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning

What Does "Classical" Look Like...Online?
Class instruction is administered in an online format with live, teacher-led instruction. 
This frequent and interactive methodology is designed to stimulate student interest, engage students in the learning process and maintain their focus. Although coursework promotes self-instruction, daily parental review of student progress is recommended. Students may sign up for individual classes a la carte or enter our diploma track. 

Logos Online School Diploma Program

All students meeting our graduation requirements will receive an honors-level diploma with free official transcripts available upon request. We take seriously our responsibility to be advocates for our students in their future endeavors. Each student's transcript is given individual attention so that their work is presented in the best possible light. 

Logos Online School is accredited by the National Association of Private Schools (NAPS) and NCAA approved.  Our diploma track is designed to meet or exceed most higher education institution's entry and scholarship requirements. 

 Graduation Requirements - 24 credits

Please Note: Enrollment in our online program does not automatically make you legally compliant with the compulsory attendance laws of your state. Because homeschooling regulations vary from state to state, it’s recommended that you check your state regulations before enrolling into an out-of-state program. You may also contact the National Alliance of Home Education Leadership or Homeschool Legal Defense Association with questions.  

See our Scholarship and Dual Credit Opportunities     

Choose From the Following Subjects 

Integrated Humanities
12 credits*

Math
4 credits

Science
4 credits

Language
2 credits

Electives
2 credits

Integrated Humanities A Pre-Algebra Logic Latin I Apologetics
Integrated Humanities B Algebra I Physical Science Latin II Rhetoric
Integrated Humanities I Geometry Biology Latin III Economics
Integrated Humanities II Algebra II Chemistry Spanish I Government
Integrated Humanities III Adv. Math Physics Spanish II
Integrated Humanities IV Calculus Adv. Biology
*3 credits each (History, Literature./English, Theology) Adv. Physics

Suggested High School Diploma Track

     

9th Grade

Integrated Humanities I - 3 credits

Algebra I or Geometry - 1 credit

Physical Science or Biology - 1 credit

Latin I or Spanish I - 1 credit

(6 total credits)

 

10th Grade

Integrated Humanities II - 3 credits

Geometry or Algebra II - 1 credit

Biology or Chemistry - 1 credit

Latin II or Spanish II - 1 credit

(6 total credits)

 

Integrated Humanities III - 3 credits

Algebra II or Adv. Math (Pre-Calc) - 1 credit

Chemistry or Physics - 1 credit

Electives: ApologeticsRhetoric - 1 credit

(6 total credits)

  

12th Grade

Integrated Humanities IV - 3 credits

Adv. Math (Pre-Calc) or Calculus - 1 credit

Physics or Advanced Biology - 1 credit

Electives: ApologeticsRhetoric - 1 credit

(6 total credits)