Participation: Families with children in grades K-12 wishing to participate in the LCA Homeschool Support Program by having their children participate in on-campus educational offerings are required to fulfill the same entrance requirements as a normal LCA student. Benefits to registered homeschool students are based upon space available and include:
- Grades K-5: Registered students may take non-core co-curricular classes such as art, physical education, and computer, to include library privileges. For grades 5 & 6, students may also take classes in areas such as band, choir, study skills, home, science lab, and art.
- Grades 6-12: Registered students may enroll in credited core and elective classes for which the student meets required prerequisite criteria. Seventh grade students may take band, choir, art, critical thinking, physical education, and computer, to include library privileges. Part-time students in grades 8-12 may enroll in a maximum of three courses per semester.Graduation from the Academy requires that students meet all state requirements for graduation and participate as full-time students for a minimum of both semesters of their senior year.Registered students, taking at least one on-campus course, may participate in fine arts activities such as choir, art, marching band, symphonic band, and adjudication events. Students enrolled in tenth grade health and physical education receive the book portion of driver education as part of the course. Conference regulations prohibit part-time students from involvement in interscholastic sports.
- Standardized testing services: Registered homeschool students may take the PSAT during the regularly scheduled testing periods for a $30 fee.