Homeschool Connection


Summit Christian Academy is excited to continue its partnership in ministry with local homeschool families. At SCA, we believe that God has given parents the responsibility of providing their children with a Bible-based education. For some families, that means sending their children to a school like SCA. For others, God has called and equipped parents to homeschool. We never want to view different callings as being in competition with each other. We believe we are partners in educating our children.

This fall, SCA will be offering courses that are designed to meet the needs of homeschool families.

Questions about the program can be directed to:


There is a $50 application fee per student that must be submitted before the application is considered complete.

$750.00 per 1 credit High School Course (Traditional or Online)

$200.00 per 1/4 credit High School Course

$750.00 per Elementary course that meets daily

$200.00 per Elementary (K-6) Physical Education Course

Other courses to be determined upon request

Foundations of Godly Living

(Grades 11 & 12)

Classroom:  ½ HS credit

Meets once each week and includes a one-week missions ministry trip to South America.

Four key components to godly living which are critical to being a successful child of God will be discussed. This course is a prerequisite for the missions ministry trip.

Building a Biblical Lifestyle

(Grades 11 & 12)

Online: 1 HS credit/3 college credits

Meets daily 9/4-10/11

This course will help a student to develop a philosophy and strategy of godly living that will guide him or her for a lifetime.

Academic and Research Writing

(Grades 11 & 12)

Online: 1 HS credit/3 college credits

Meets daily 10/21-12/20

Designed to enable the student to communicate clearly and effectively in written and spoken word.

Introduction to Business Math

(Grades 11 & 12)

Online: 1 HS /3 college credits

Meets daily 1/13 – 3/6

This course provides a foundational overview of various business functions such as management, ethics, leadership, and motivation.

General Psychology

(Grades 11 & 12)

Online: 1 HS/3 college credits

Meets daily 3/16-5/8

This course is an introduction to the field of psychology as a discipline concerned with the study of behavior and cognitive processes.

Anatomy and Physiology with Lab

(Grades 9-10)

Classroom: 1 HS Credit

This course provides a foundational overview of the human body, with emphasis on nutritional and metabolic systems, as well as surrounding systems.

Algebra I

 (Grades 9-10)

Classroom: 1 HS Credit

This course provides the student with an understanding of algebraic expressions and solving equations.

Algebra II

(Grades 10-12)

Classroom: 1 HS Credit 

This course focuses on developing reasoning skills through advanced algebraic concepts, solving algebraic functions, and graphing solutions.

Art and Photography

(Grades 9-12)

Classroom: 1/4 HS Credit

This course enables the student to study various visual elements of art, the creative process, color, digital image capture, and editing.

Physical Education

(Kindergarten through Grade 12)


Meets through the year with classes offered for specific grade levels.


Classroom: (Grades 7-8)

This course guides the student in an examination of the creationist view of the Earth’s history. Scientific philosophies and models, meteorology, geology, and oceanography are studied.


(Grades 7-12)