By LCU News
PINEVILLE, La. (LCU News) – Louisiana Christian University has launched the Louisiana Christian Scholars Academy this fall for high school students looking for a jump-start on their college studies.
Those enrolled in the program will have the opportunity to earn 60 hours of college credit, the equivalent of an associate of arts degree in general studies. Additionally, students may attend in-person or remote classes at a cost of $2,500 per semester (for 15 hours of credit, including textbooks).
Outside the classroom, Scholars Academy students will have the opportunity to attend campus activities, athletics, chapel sessions, Baptist Collegiate Ministry gatherings and cultural events. They also will have access to the Louisiana Athletic Club.
“Parents seeking a Christ-centered education for their high school student need to look no further than Louisiana Christian University and our Scholars Academy,” LCU President Rick Brewer said. “In the midst of a decaying culture, LCSA offers an alternative that promotes God and Country while equipping students with the requisite ‘tools’ needed to approach the world with a Christocentric mindset.”
For more information, visit the Scholars Academy website.