"By the way, my two friends who signed up their daughters for your distance learning this fall are already delighted with what they are reading in your texts. They have homeschooled all the way through and wanted to know why they hadn't found you sooner. I just told them that you were "for such a time as this" and smiled."
-Home School Parent
Dr. Stobaugh offers the following CollegeBoard audited (approved) courses:
Students will be required to write at least one 1-2 page essay/per week as well as attend (or view) scheduled webinars (or archives). Most students benefit from taking the following combinations:
- American Literature and AP US History
- British Literature and AP European History
- World Literature and AP World History
Most of Dr. Stobaugh’s AP English Literature and Composition students take American, British, or World Literature as AP credit. AP English Language and Composition, because of the paucity of reading requirements is often taken by juniors (as preparation for the SAT/ACT) along with another AP Course.
For example, a junior could take:
- American Literature
- AP US History (3-6 hours)
- AP English Lang & Comp (3-6 hours)
Many of Dr. Stobaugh’s students finish high school with 24-30 college credits. AP credits are exponentially better credits than dual enrollment and CLEP credits!
Every Monday beginning September 11, 2017
AP Lang & Comp 2:30 PM EST
AP European History 4:00 PM EST
Every Tuesday beginning September 12, 2017
AP US History 10 AM EST
AP World History 11:30 AM EST
Latest Offering: AP Summer School
Summer school classes will be conducted June 1-30. Students will have access to webinars all year and will write 8 essays per course and submit 1 essay/month Sept-March. In April students will take 4 practice AP exams. This is a perfect way for Classical Conversation, Sonlight, Veritas, etc. students to get AP CREDIT without comprising their regular educational experience.