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Curriculum designed and taught by state certified teachers with over 10 years of experience each.

Shape your own education: Pick classes you love, learn at your speed, no mandatory lessons—all covered by a single monthly fee in our inclusive homeschooling program.”

3rd-12th Grades

K-12th Grades

All are welcome!

3rd-12th Grades

Live Teaching

We hold live virtual sessions taught by experienced educators for each subject and each grade once a week. This way your student can get real face-time with an instructor and learn just as they would in a classroom environment for more of the personal approach.

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Self-Paced Lessons

There are also lessons where your student can work at their own pace and complete on your time, not ours. We will also have work to be done off of the computer, so they’re not behind a screen the whole time. We still believe in the “pen to paper” approach, so students don’t just depend on technology.

Curriculum

Schedule a Chat

We want families to be as best informed as possible during their educational journey. Schedule a time to chat, call, or zoom with one or more of the founders of LHA to discuss homeschool in general, unique features of the program, or to find out how LHA can help YOUR family!

Schedule

Live Teaching

We hold live virtual sessions taught by experienced educators for each subject and each grade once a week. This way your student can get real face-time with an instructor and learn just as they would in a classroom environment for more of the personal approach.

schedule

3rd-12th Grades

Live Q&A’s

There will also be live virtual question and answer sessions with the educators once a week for your kids to attend and ask questions in a group environment to get clarity on areas where they may be struggling. This allows them to interact with the educator and provides more support when they need it.

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K-12th Grades

Self-Paced Lessons

There are also lessons where your student can work at their own pace and complete on your time, not ours. We will also have work to be done off of the computer, so they’re not behind a screen the whole time. We still believe in the “pen to paper” approach, so students don’t just depend on technology.

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Streaming Platform Feel

We realized with many other online homeschool programs, the feel is too “professional” and not very kid friendly. We are meeting the students where they are by building something they’re already used to using.

  • Instead of selecting a “TV series”, they’re selecting a “Subject”.
  • Instead of selecting a “Season”, they’re selecting a “Unit”.
  • Instead of selecting an “Episode”, they’re selecting a “Lesson”.

This makes our platform much more user friendly. Which means your kids are less likely to get frustrated through the process.

Unique Grading Structure

We believe the alphabetical and percentage grading structure can often times feel defeating to children, so we built our own grading structure. They will not see percentages, instead they will see one of these 4 tiers when they complete a lesson.

  • Learner – 69% and lower
  • Scholar – 70-79% correct
  • Sage – 80-89% correct
  • Master – 90% and higher

Don’t worry parents, you’ll have access to transcripts where you’ll see real percentages and GPA’s. We made this portion specifically for the students.

BullBucks System

We’ve all taken our kids to arcades where they earn tickets to trade in at the counter for gifts. We’ve implemented the same system in our program!

Every time they complete a lesson and attend a live session, they will earn BullBucks. They can earn these bucks for both participation and for the grade they receive on lessons they complete. The higher the grade, the more bucks they earn.

They can save up those bucks and use them as real cash in our online store to purchase real products or experiences. This way it motivates them to do the best they can so they can earn that gift they’re really wanting.

One-on-One Tutoring Included

For the times your child may be struggling with a specific subject, unit, or lesson, our educators are available for one-on-one tutoring.

MEET THE TEACHERS

Donald Beam

Chief Education Officer /
Social studies Teacher
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Travis McBride

Chief Operations Officer /
Science teacher
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Ashlee Deduijtsche

Math teacher
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SOCIALIZATION

Regular Meetups, Field Trips & Group Activities

We know a major concern when it comes to homeschooling is ensuring our kids get enough time around others to learn social skills. We solve this problem as well.

While we may be a state-wide online program, we have leaders across various sections of the state. Those leaders will plan and schedule regular opportunities for you to connect with other families in our program through field trips, live experiences and just fun meetups together.

SCHOOL PRIDE

Free Shirt Included!

Just because our kids are homeschooled doesn’t mean they have to miss out on school pride! We ship each one of your kids a free shirt when you register for LHA.

No extra fees, no shipping charges.

PRICING

compare to other programs

Try LHA for only $9.99

Followed by $147/Month

While most homeschooling programs charge by student, we wanted to do it differently. Covers up to 4 students.
Month-to-Month, cancel any time.

Try LHA for 1st Month

Cancel any time during the first month and you won’t get charged the monthly price of $147.

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State Requirements

Not in Texas? Not a problem, our program meets many other states standards. The map will show you where LHA stands based on each state’s requirements they set for homeschooling laws locally.

LHA Meets All Requirements
Parent Support Needed
LHA Does Not Meet Requirements

Core curriculum preview

Elementary

Kinder-2nd (NEW)
  • Place value, counting and writing up to 120 (by 1, 2, 5, 10)
  • Addition & Subtraction Fact to 20
  • Addition & Subtraction as inverse operations
  • Addition up to 100
  • Basic Fractions
  • Money
  • Estimating Sums & Differences
  • Addition & Subtraction up to 100
  • Measuring Objects
  • Graphs, Data, Predictions and Probability
  • Geometry – Identifying shapes. slides, turns, congruency
  • Temperature
  • Telling Time
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Equations & Inequalities
  • Patterns

Elementary

3rd-4th
  • Place Values
  • Multiplication/Division
  • Fractions
  • Geometry
  • Add/Subtract Multi-Digit
  • Algebraic Reasoning
  • Decimals
  • Measurement

Intermediate

5th-6th
  • Place Values
  • Mult/Div Decimals
  • Fractional Math
  • Integers
  • Ratios
  • Percentages
  • Tables/Graphs
  • Exponents
  • Algebraic Reasoning
  • Equations
  • Geometry
  • Financial Literacy

Junior High

7th-8th
  • Rational Numbers
  • Number Sets
  • Solving Equations
  • Inequalities
  • Ratios/Rates
  • Similar Shapes
  • Slopes/y-intercept
  • Writing Equations
  • Identify/describe functions
  • Parallel lines
  • Angel theorems
  • Pythagorean Theorem
  • 2D Area & Permiter
  • Circles area/pi
  • Volume
  • Surface Area
  • Transformations
  • Financial Literacy

High School

9th-10th
  • Pre-Algebra Review
  • Multi-step Equations
  • Variable Equations
  • Proportions
  • Solving Inequalities
  • Graphing Functions
  • Patterns/Linear Functions
  • Rates of Change
  • Direct Variation
  • Slope Intercept
  • Solving w/ Graphs
  • Solving by substitution
  • Solving by Elimination
  • Tools of Geometry
  • Fundamental Concepts
  • Function
  • Absolute Value Equations/Fractions
  • Systems of Equations
  • Quadratic & Square Root
  • Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
  • Number & Algebraic Methods
  • Cubic & Cube Root
  • Data

High School

10th-11th
  • Tools of Geometry
  • Measuring Segment & Angles
  • Patterns, Conjectures, Coniditional Statements
  • Parallel & Perpendicular Lines
  • Congruent Triangles
  • Circles
  • Area & Perimeter
  • Triangle Relationships
  • Polygons & Quadrillaterals
  • Transformations & Coordinate Geometry
  • Similarity
  • Pythagorean Theorem
  • Volume & Surface Area

Elementary

3rd-4th
  • Scientific Method
  • Mixtures
  • Magnetism/Gravity
  • Energy Forms
  • Soils & Earth Surface
  • Environmental Changes
  • Changes to Land
  • Properties of Water
  • Matter
  • Force & Motion
  • Solar System
  • Natural Resources
  • Ecosystem
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Structures & Functions
  • Patterns on Earth

Intermediate

5th-6th
  • Place Values
  • Inherited/Learned Behaviors
  • Producers & Consumers
  • Life Cycles/Food Chains
  • Elements & Compounds
  • Energy as a Resource
  • Digging into Earth
  • Organisms & Ecosystems
  • Adaptations/Natural Selection
  • Weather
  • Metals/Nonmetals
  • Force, Motion, Speed
  • Space

Junior High

7th-9th
  • Motion
  • Organisms
  • Cells Structure & Functions
  • Ecosystems & Environments
  • Catastrophic Events
  • Systems of Human Body
  • Heredity & Reproduction

High School

10th-11th
  • Matter
  • Bonding
  • Solutions (Solid/Gas)
  • Motion
  • Newton’s Law of Motion
  • Mechanical Energy
  • Wave Basics
  • Electric Circuits
  • Periodic Table
  • Solutions (Electrolyte)
  • Thermochemistry
  • Force on Objects
  • Momentum
  • Simple Machines
  • Waves
  • Thermodynamics

High School

11th-12th
  • Earth’s Layers
  • Erosion & Deposition
  • Changes in Hydrosphere
  • Pollution
  • Atmosphere
  • Heat Transfer
  • Systems of Human Body
  • Renewable vs Nonrenewable Resources
  • Endangered Species
  • Compare Interections

Elementary

3rd-4th
  • Citizenship
  • Economics
  • Native Americans
  • Texas Revolution / Independence
  • Government Structure
  • Texas Geography
  • Government Duty
  • Explorers / Missions / Colonization

Intermediate

5th-6th
  • Geography
  • Civil War & Reconstruction
  • Civil Rights Movement
  • Scientific Discoveries & Tech Innovation
  • 13 Colonies & American Revolution
  • Great Depression & WWII
  • Presidents
  • Government Branches

Junior High

7th-9th
  • Different Styles of Government
  • Latin Cultures
  • African Cultures
  • Human Geography
  • Limited / Unlimited Governments
  • European Cultures
  • Asian Cultures
  • Australian/Oceania Cultures

High School

10th-11th
  • Founding Documents
  • Civil War
  • Civil Rights Movement
  • Presidential Administration
  • Ancient Civilizations
  • Middle Ages
  • WWI
  • Cold War
  • Westward Expansion
  • Great Depression & New Deal
  • Migration / Immigration in American Society
  • Classical Civilizations
  • Renaissance Era
  • WWII

High School

11th-12th
  • Origins & Principles of US government
  • Legislative, Executive, Judicial Branches
  • Basic Concepts
  • Macroeconomics
  • Constitutional Liberties & Rights
  • Behaviors
  • Microeconomics
  • International Trade

High School

11th-12th
  • History of Psychology
  • Influencing Behavior
  • Conditioning
  • Personality
  • Societal / Culturual Influence
  • History of Sociology
  • US Cultures & Subcultures
  • Systems & Behaviors
  • Cognitive & Psychosocial Development
  • Principles of Motivation & Emotion
  • Stress
  • Differentiate Types of Societies
  • Contemporary Adolescents

Elementary

Kinder-2nd (NEW)
  • COMING SOON
  • COMING SOON

Elementary

3rd-4th
  • Nouns & Pronouns
  • Adjectives & Adverbs
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Verb Types & Tenses
  • Sentences, Fragments, Run-ons
  • Homophones
  • Idioms & Adages
  • Hyperbole
  • Summarize
  • Compose Fiction
  • Response to Text
  • Correspondence Texts
  • Cause & Effect
  • Features of Texts
  • Imagery, Literal, Onomatopoeia
  • Figurative Language
  • Predictions
  • Text Evidence
  • Inferences
  • Connect to Personal Life
  • Character Relationships
  • Informational & Argumentative Texts
  • Bibliography
  • Edit & Revise

Intermediate

5th-6th
  • Decode Multisyllabic Words
  • Prefixes & Suffixes
  • Consonant Changes
  • Use Context to Find Meaning
  • Compound Words
  • Spell & Define Words
  • Greek & Latin Roots
  • Genre Characteristics
  • Key Ideas, Analyze Plot, Influence of Setting
  • Intended Audiece
  • Author’s Purpose & Message
  • Point of View
  • Use of Language
  • Predictions
  • Text Evidence
  • Inferences
  • Connect to Personal Life
  • Character Relationships
  • Compare & Contrast
  • Summarize
  • Response to Text
  • Compose Fiction
  • Correspondence
  • Informative & Argumentative Texts
  • Personal Narrative & Bibliography
  • Nouns & Pronouns
  • Adjectives & Adverbs
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Verb Types & Tenses
  • Sentences, Fragments, Run-ons
  • Stereotyping in Literature
  • Purpose of Anecdote
  • Purpose of Hyperbole
  • Cause & Effect
  • Organizational Patterns
  • Use of Facts For/Against Argument
  • Features of Text
  • Use of Omniscient, Limited Point of View
  • Sound Devices (Poetry)
  • Plan 1st Draft of Topic
  • Organize
  • Organizational Patterns
  • Identify Primary / Secondary Sources
  • Brainstorming & Mapping
  • Imagery, Literal, Figurative
  • Complex Sentences
  • Edit & Revise

Junior High

7th-8th
  • Deocde Multisyllabic Words
  • Use Context to Find Meaning
  • Greek & Latin Roots
  • Spell & Define These Words
  • Non-linear Plot
  • Feature of Texts
  • Subjective & Objective Point of Views
  • Multiple Points of View & Irony
  • Plan 1st Draft of Topic
  • Organize
  • Depth of Thought
  • Citing Primary / Secondary Sources
  • Brainstorming & Mapping
  • Imagery, Literal, Figurative
  • Use of Facts For / Against Argument
  • Complex Sentences
  • Edit & Revise
  • Reflect & Adjust Responses as New Evidence is Presented
  • Genre Charateristics
  • Key Ideas, Analyze Plot, Influence of Setting
  • Intended Audience
  • Authors Purpose & Message
  • Establish Purpose for Reading Text
  • Use of Language
  • Predictions
  • Text Evidence
  • Make Inferences
  • Connect to Personal Life
  • Character Qualities Influence Events
  • Effects of Elements in Poetry
  • Summarize
  • Response to Text
  • Compose Fiction & Poetry
  • Correspondence
  • Informational & Argumentative Texts
  • Personal Narrative

High School

9th-10th
  • Purpose for Reading Text
  • Key Ideas & Details
  • Defend / Challenge Authors Claims Using Text Evidence
  • Analyze isolated Scenes
  • Generate Q’s Before, During, After
  • Author’s Purpose
  • Create Mental Images to Deepen Understanding
  • Reflect & Adjust Responses When Evidence Warrants
  • Describe Personal Connections
  • Explicit or Implicit
  • Authors Use of Print & Graphic Features
  • Identify Conflicts
  • Connect to Historical Context, Current Events, Own Experiences
  • Character Traits
  • Analyzing Complex Plots
  • Analyze Relationships Among Characteristics of Poetry
  • Make Inferences & Use Evidence to Support

High School

10th-11th
  • Intro & Conclusion / Summary
  • Pertinent Examples
  • Commentary
  • Write Independently & Collaboratively
  • Supporting Evidence
  • Resumes
  • Revise Drafts to Improve Clarity
  • Display Citations
  • Various Points of Views to Communicate Effectively
  • Prewriting Strategies
  • Analyze Writing
  • Frequently Refine
  • Argumentative Essay
  • Clear Arguable Claim
  • Indentifiable Audience
  • Call to Action
  • Various Treatment to Counterarguments
  • Convincing Closing Conclusion
  • Poetry
  • Expressive Texts
  • Correspondence
  • MLA vs APA vs CMS
  • Effective Sequence & Transitions
  • Peer & Self Assessment

High School

11th-12th
  • Meaningful & Respectful Discourse
  • Formulate Sound Arguments & Present
  • Components of Listening Process
  • Communication Strategies
  • Complex Instructions to Perform Specific Tasks
  • Importance of Effective Communication Skills in Proessional & Social Context
  • Analyze Leadership Styles
  • Professional Etiquette in Situations
  • Present Using Informal, Formals, Technical language
  • Appropriate Communication Choices for Self, Listener, Occasion, Task
  • Importance of Gathering & Using Accurate / Complete Information
  • Communicate Effectively in Interviews
  • Building Ideas & Making Decisions Collaboratively
  • Analyze Groups
  • Analyze Appropriate Channels of Communication in Organizations
  • Importance of Nonverbal Strategies
  • Analyze Standard for Informal, Standard, Technical Language
  • Nonverbal Communication & Their Effects
  • Analyze Roles of Group Members & Their Influence on Group Dynamics
  • Call to Action
  • Role of Argumentation
  • Use of Various Forms of Logic
  • Constructive Critiques of Debates
  • Clear Arguable Claim
  • Create Arguments for Given Topics
  • Organizing Argument
  • Historical & Contemporary Use of Debate
  • Convincing Closing Conclusion
  • Create Stance Independently & Collaboratively
  • Ethical Guidelines for Debate & Research
  • Refutation
  • Roles of Affirmative & Negative
  • Cite Sources for Supporting Evidence
  • Delivery

Special Additional Classes

Health
  • Nutrition
  • Physical Education
Technology
  • Computer Usage
  • Coding / Computer Science
  • Robotics
Self-Improvement
  • Character Building
  • Anxiety / Depression / ADHD
  • Public Speaking / Debate
  • Leadership
Home Economics
  • Laundry
  • Household Handyman
  • Cooking (Basic)
  • Cooking (Intermediate)
  • Cooking (Baking)
  • Gardening
Business
  • Financial Literacy (Basics)
  • Financial Literacy (Intermediate)
  • Financial Literacy (Advanced)
  • Entrepreneurship
Language
  • Spanish
  • ASL
Arts
  • Drawing / Painting
  • Digital Art / Animation
  • Fashion / Graphic Design
  • Photography / Videography
  • Dance
  • Music / Instrument Lessons
College Prep
  • SAT Prep
  • Choosing a College
  • Grants, Scholarships, Loans
  • Study Skills
Mechanical
  • Oil Change
  • Changing a Tire
  • Dashboard Mayhem
  • Car Maintenance (General)