BA, Patrick Henry College
Jeremiah Lorrig earned his bachelor’s degree in government from Patrick Henry College. As the Deputy Director of Generation Joshua, he travels America teaching youth the principles and practice of conservative politics and working on political campaigns. These pursuits have been his passion and calling for over a decade.
Jeremiah has worked with Senator Wayne Allard of Colorado, the National Association of Evangelicals, the Arlington Group, HSLDA, and almost one hundred political campaigns. For the last eight years, he has coordinated Generation Joshua’s campaign deployments, involving thousands of volunteers in scores of competitive races nationwide. He has also administered three PACs. In 2011 and 2012, he represented the Young Republican National Federation in the International Young Democrat Union, a pro-democracy alliance for greater freedom and small government.
When he is not busy doing all these things, Jeremiah likes to read and travel. He alternates between fiction and non-fiction to maintain a balanced reading schedule. He also occasionally finds time for fencing and blogging.
This is his second year teaching for the Academy.
BA, Patrick Henry College
Lanson Hoopai is a graduate of Patrick Henry College, earning his major in government and his minor in philosophy. He is also an alumnus of HSLDA Online Academy.
He worked extensively with Generation Joshua in high school and helped lead a GenJ Student Action Team as a college student. He has worked on numerous political campaigns and has had a paper published in the PHC undergraduate philosophy journal.
His hobbies include fixing computers, reading classic literature, and playing trading card games. He is incredibly excited to be leading students in their study of American government!
This is his second year teaching for the Academy.
Duration: One-semester course offered in both spring and fall (16 weeks).
Suggested High School Credit Value: 0.5 credits.
Suggested Grade Level: 8th grade level and up.
Tuition: $335 for HSLDA Members/$385 for non-HSLDA Members.
Save an additional $25 through 6/13 with Early Registration.
Description: HSLDA Online Academy has teamed up with HSLDA's Generation Joshua to bring you iCitizen Live, an interactive, teacher-led civics course designed to prepare your highschooler, or advanced 8th grader, to be an informed and engaged American citizen.
This course introduces students to the purpose of the Constitution, the structure of America's government and economic system, the role of American diplomacy, and American parties and politics.
Ready to become active in politics and serve your community?
Check out Generation Joshua to find out how you can get involved!
|High School Civics — Live Online Class Session Schedule, Fall 2017
Weekly Meeting Time
Closed – Section is Full
|Tuesdays, 12:00–1:00 p.m. Eastern
||Mr. Jeremiah Lorrig
||Tuesdays, 3:30–4:30 p.m. Eastern
||Mr. Lanson Hoopai
|Additional class times will be added as they become available for registration. If you have questions, please call 540-338-8290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neither HSLDA or Generation Joshua are connected or affiliated with icitizen outside of our license to use the icitizen trademark. The trademark is provided to Generation Joshua and HSLDA under license with the permission of www.icitizen.com
Frequently Asked Questions about iCitizen Live
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How can I attend summer camps, volunteer for political campaigns, or learn more about government through Generation Joshua?
Founded in 2003, HSLDA's Generation Joshua has been at the forefront of assisting parents in raising up a new generation of young people to become Christian servant leaders in America.
If you're interested in becoming an informed American citizen and an active member of your community, then Generation Joshua is for you!
Here are a few ways you can get involved:
- GenJ Clubs: Students can join or form a club to meet monthly to pray for our nation, carry out civic and community duties, and be ready on short notice to be involved in campaigns for pro-family, conservative candidates.
- Benjamin Rush Awards Program: By joining the Ben Rush Awards Program, students can earn college scholarships and other prizes by demonstrating an active involvement in their community!
- Civics Education: Students can supplement their iCitizen Live course by taking online, self-paced unit studies that cover the Founding Fathers, Revolutionary War Era Sermons, Founding Documents, the Constitutional Convention, the Federalist Papers, political campaigning, and other exciting topics!
- iGovern Leadership Camps: iGovern provides leadership and character development opportunities through real-world crisis-management simulations, team-building challanges, and daily corporate chapel.
- Student Action Teams: Every year, Generation Joshua sends out hundreds of student volunteers to support conservative political candidates across the nation.
- Leadership Corps: Young adults, ages 19-26, can join Generation Joshua's Leadership Corps to volunteer at conference events, assist in leading and mentoring local Generation Joshua Clubs, help organize Student Action Teams, or serve as camp counselors for the iGovern camps.
What topics will I learn about in iCitizen Live?
Students in this course will be equipped with the practical and historical knowledge every American needs to be an engaged citizen.
The course highlights the purpose of the Constitution, the structure of America's government and economic system, and the role of American diplomacy as well as an introduction to the American political parties.
Major topics include:
- The Founding of America
- The Bill of Rights
- The Legistlative Branch
- The Executive Branch
- The Judicial Branch
- State and Local Governments
- American Diplomacy
- Parties and Politics
- Expressions of American Patriotism
Am I ready to take iCitizen Live?
iCitizen Live is an introductory American civics course for students in high school and 8th grade. Students are expected to be able to read and write at least at an 8th grade level to succeed in this course.
Looking for a course about Constitutional Law? Learn more about Constitutional Law with Michael Farris! This course focuses on landmark Supreme Court cases and they affect America today. Constitutional Law is a one-semester, 0.5 credit course designed for 10th grade and up.
Want to take an Advanced Placement® U.S. Government & Politics course? Learn more about AP® U.S. Government & Politics! This course focuses on the American political system for advanced students. AP® U.S. Government & Politics is a yearlong, 1 credit course designed for 11th grade and up.
Still not sure which course is best for your student? We've created a recommended course sequence to help you make the right decision for your family.
What books will I use in iCitizen Live?
For iCitizen Live with Generation Joshua, you will need the following electronic resource:
Please note: Course materials for iCitizen Live are sold through the HSLDA bookstore.
We work with MBS Direct to supply you with books for our other courses. You can order books for your other courses through the Academy's online bookstore.
What if I have a schedule conflict with listed iCitizen Live class times?
All live class sessions are recorded for later viewing. While it is recommended that students attend each live class session, students can make arrangements to watch the recordings and receive full participation credit.
Students should contact their instructor at the start of their course to inform the instructor of any foreseen schedule conflicts.
What is a Live Online Class Session in iCitizen Live?
In every HSLDA Academy course, students meet weekly with their instructor and classmates in an online classroom for additional teaching, discussion, Q&A, or group activities. The class sessions are interactive and are conducted using a web meeting software with video, audio, chat, and application sharing capabilities.
Scheduled, real-time sessions in the online classroom are not the only form of instruction available in a HSLDA Online Academy course, but are offered in addition to lectures or other instructional materials that students are able to access online at their convenience.
When they register, students will need to select a particular class section and live class meeting time. Additional class sections may be added to the schedule at a later point in the course registration period. Registered students will be notified of any changes to the live session schedule.
What is the tuition for iCitizen Live?
Please visit our tuition and discounts page for a full summary about course costs.
HSLDA members save $50 on one-semester high school courses!