WCA offers an accredited homeschool program for 7th grade in all 50 states!
Western Christian offers two different programs for 7th to fit your budget and level of parent involvement. Parents can choose between Online With Assistance or Online Teacher On Call. Please review the differences below! All programs have curricula that present a Christian worldview. All programs include placement testing, five subjects, course counselor, record keeping, semester report cards, and in-home achievement testing.
A $150 family registration fee is due when you submit your registration form to save a spot, but you can opt to call in your payment info to give yourself an extra day or two for the registration fee. The family registration fee covers any other students in any of our programs. After the registration fee, the first tuition payment based on your payment option is normally due one week before the student start date. There is normally a substantial savings for a tuition payment structure that has less payments. See each individual program below for tuition options.
ONLINE WITH ASSISTANCE: WCA teachers provide subjective scoring so parents do not have to. Most lower costing programs require subjective scoring to be done by parents, which can lead to parent burnout and family relationship issues. Subjective scoring is needed for student work that cannot be automatically scored by our system, such as writing assignments or full sentence answers. Parents and students will have access to the built-in messaging system within the curriculum for procedural assistance. Western Christian uses an award-winning internet-based structure for 7th graders with over 50,000 multimedia features, including digital tutors throughout the curriculum. The curriculum presents a Christian worldview. Students can complete their schoolwork from anywhere using typical broadband internet access. A large portion of student work is automatically computer scored, which saves parents time and promptly corrects student thinking while the concept is fresh in the mind. Parents and student can view grades online anytime, which enhances student motivation. There are approximately 130 lessons per two-semester subject. Computer requirements are at the bottom of the page.