SCA Online


Spirit Christian Academy is proud to offer an online program to students in 9-12th grades.  Whether students are looking for an alternative course, concerned about schedule conflict, dealing with an illness, or seeking summer school opportunities, online courses are a great addition to the UMS model SCA follows.  Best of all, students that take some or all courses through our online program are eligible to graduate with an SCA diploma.* For more information of graduation requirements, please click here.

*diploma requirements and residency still apply.

High School Courses

We offer a wide variety of online high school courses, including college prep, honors, and AP courses.  All one-year high school courses have the flexibility of lasting anywhere from four to twelve months.  Courses with a “+” next to them indicate honors version of course available.  AP courses are listed separately.

Global Studies
World History+ / AP World History
American History+ / AP US History (Fall ’15)
American Government+ / AP US Government and Politics
AP Macroeconomics
Economics (semester only)

English 9+
English 10+
English 11+ / AP English Language and Composition
English 12+ / AP English Literature and Composition

Algebra 1+
Geometry+
Algebra 2+
Pre-Calculus
AP Calculus AB
Consumer Math

Biology+
Chemistry+
Earth Space Science+
Marine Science+
Physics+
AP Biology

Chinese
French
German
Latin
Spanish

Apologetics
Basic Bible Doctrine+
Understanding the Times+
Have We Lost Our Minds
Introduction to Life Calling
Life Shaping Decisions+

ACT Prep
Critical Thinking and Study Skills: Prepare for the SAT
Digital Photography: Image Design and Editing
Forensic Science 1: Secrets of the Dead
Forensic Science 2: More Secrets of the Dead
Game Design
Health: Life Management Skills
Mobile App Programming
Music Appreciation
Personal Fitness
Psychology 1
Social Problems 1
Social Problems 2

AP Art History
AP Computer Science

Dual Credit Courses

We are partnered with several colleges that offer a wide variety of courses.  Below is a selection of the most commonly selected courses.

Foundations of a Christian Worldview
New Testament Historical Perspectives
Old Testament Historical Perspectives
World Religions
Christianity and Society
Introduction to Old Testament Literature

Analysis of World Literature
English Composition I
English Composition II
English Literature I
English Literature II
College Writing I
The Fantasy and Science Fiction of CS Lewis

Applications of Algebra
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
College Algebra and Trigonometry
Probability and Statistics
Pre-calculus
Quantitative Reasoning

Earth and Space Science
Environmental Science
Introduction to Life Sciences I
Introduction to Life Sciences II
Introduction to Physical Science

Foundations of a Christian Worldview
New Testament Historical Perspectives
Old Testament Historical Perspectives
World Religions
Christianity and Society
Introduction to Old Testament Literature

Communications and the Media
Crime and Criminology
Critical Issues in Criminal Justice
Cultural Diversity in the Classroom
Financial Accounting
Foundations of Early Childhood
Foundations of Education
General Psychology
Introduction to Justice Studies
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Sports Management
Personality Psychology
Persuasive Theory
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Sociology
Foundations of Philosophy
Foundations of Politics