“Liberty University online Academy seeks to lead students in faith through Jesus christ and to develop young men and women who adhere to a christian worldview and are prepared to participate as godly member of home, church, and society. To work toward our vision, Liberty University Online Academy seeks to provide support to parents and guardians in their biblical responsibility to train their children to become Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential to impact the world”

The Difference

The philosophy of LUOA is based on the premise that man’s ultimate purpose is to glorify God (1 Corinthians 6:19-20; 10:31); thus LUOA serves as an extension of the family to aid them in their God-given responsibility to educate their own children for the glory of God (Psalm 78:5-6). LUOA exists to help each student reach his full potential by guiding him in developing spiritually, morally, personally, socially, and academically (Luke 2:52). The faculty and staff recognize that only when a student accepts Christ as Savior and yields to His Lordship can he realize his own unique potential (Romans 10:10-13). LUOA is an academic arm of Liberty University. Teachers and administrative staff must be born-again, professing Christians who are committed to living for Jesus Christ, understanding that their lives serve as an example to those whom they teach. Education and learning are biblical imperatives (Deuteronomy 6:6-7; Proverbs 3:1-9); therefore, all instruction is biblically based (Deuteronomy 4:2-9).  The curriculum was designed and is maintained based on the following biblical themes:

  • CREATION: God’s mandate at creation was for mankind to have dominion over the earth (Genesis 1:1; 26-28), which has grown to require learning in the areas of language, mathematics, the physical and natural sciences, history, technology, and the fine arts.

  • THE FALL OF MAN: The hostile environment resulting from the Fall of man (Genesis 3:9-24), intensifying his need to understand all areas of general curriculum, as well as the social sciences, health sciences and the study of God’s written word.

  • REDEMPTION: Man is saved by professing Jesus Christ as Lord (Romans 10:10; Ephesians 2:8). Our curriculum is written with the intent of teaching all students this biblical truth.

  • DISCIPLESHIP: The command for Christians to evangelize the lost and to disciple believers (Matthew 28:18-20) further elevates the need to master all of the above areas

  • RESTORATION: Jesus rose from the dead and prepares a place for all those who believe, in order that they may be restored with Him (Hebrews 9:28; John 14:3).