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2020-21 yearlong and 2020 fall-semester courses begin on August 24, 2020.

Free Homeschooling Resources

Welcome to HSLDA Online Academy! Whether you are new to homeschooling or are a veteran homeschooling family, we have resources to help you homeschool through high school. 

During this trying time, we have several resources that we wanted to share with you. 

The Art and Science of Good Leadership with Joel Grewe

The Art & Science of Good Leadership

FREE 4-PART LECTURE SERIES

Take a journey through the trials and tribulations of becominig a good leader. In this 4-part series, Joel Grewe of Generation Joshua will discuss with students how to communicate, handle team conflict, assess personal skills and character, and more!

 

Jump Start SAT/ACT Test Prep, Free Webinar

Jump Start SAT/ACT Test Prep

FREE RECORDED WEBINAR

Did you know over 80% of colleges and univeritsities award scholarship money based solely on SAT® or ACT® test scores? Jump start your student's SAT® or ACT® test prep with this 90-minute webinar designed to help students understand the strategies to score better than ever before and earn those scholarships!

 

Roots of Liberty, 4-Part Live Lecture Series

Roots of Liberty

FREE 4-PART LECTURE SERIES

Take a journey through the heritage of freedom that the American Founding Fathers drew on when they wrote the Constitution. In this 4-part series, Jeremiah Lorrig of Generation Joshua will discuss with students how the history of Jerusalem, Athens, Rome, and London impacted the US Constitution and the Founding Fathers.

 

Pre-Recorded Guest Lectures

Recorded Guest Lecture Series

PRE-RECORDED LECTURES

Watch 10 pre-recorded lectures suitable for students and parents alike, with topics about preparing for the PSAT/NMSQT, creating a high school transcript, the art of writing well, and more! All of the pre-recorded lectures are free!

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