Lumen Christi Catholic School is opening high school courses to non-enrolled students for the 2018-19 school year
a new option
For the 2018-19 academic year, Lumen Christi Catholic School is opening a group of high school courses to home school students.
Lumen Christi has a solid curriculum, great teachers, small classes, and a well-equipped lab. We’re offering courses in science, math, Latin, and other subjects.* For course descriptions, click the button below.
.Home school students receive the same attention and meet the same requirements as enrolled Lumen Christi students in the classes they attend.
Class periods are 40 minutes, and classes meet four or five times a week. All classes open to home school students meet between 8:15 am and 12:40 pm. Home school students may take up to two Lumen Christi courses per semester. Lumen Christi will provide certificates for classes completed by non-enrolled students.
Semester tuition is $600 for the first class, $550 for the second class taken concurrently. For more information, click the button below.
Seats are limited, so register early to guarantee a spot in the classes you want. The fall semester begins August 27.
For more information, including class schedules, please contact Emily Rosko, Admissions Director, at email@example.com.
our health class continues
For many years, home school students have attended the health course that Miss Jeanne Carr RN teaches to incoming Lumen Christi freshmen at the beginning of each school year. We will continue to offer that course In addition to the newly available classes during the school year.
The 2018 class will meet August 22-24. The fee is $75. A one-credit certificate is awarded upon completion, and students who successfully complete the health course are eligible to enroll in courses during that or subsequent school years.
*Projected list of Lumen Christi courses to be offered to home school students in 2018-19: Physics Chemistry Biology Calculus Pre-calculus Geometry Algebra I Western Civilization British Literature Government (Fall) Economics (Spring) Latin I All are two-semester courses, except as indicated. for course descriptions, click the button below.