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7/15/2010 4:15:49 PM
Home School Legal Defense Association
HSLDA: Members Save on PHC Distance Learning

HSLDA: Members Save on PHC Distance Learning

Dear HSLDA Members and Friends:

Do you have an exceptional high school student who is looking for a
challenge? A college student seeking to earn transfer credit? An adult
learner wishing to further his education? This fall, Patrick Henry
College is offering a full slate of Distance Learning courses from its
core curriculum, and we welcome HSLDA members to participate. Our
courses are academically rigorous, classically oriented, biblical in
worldview, and interactive in format. Distance Learning at PHC allows
you to take advantage of Patrick Henry College's outstanding liberal
arts core curriculum without leaving the comfort of your home.

Our commitment to the student is that the distance learning experience
replicates the on-campus classroom experience as much as possible. PHC
places considerable emphasis on dialogue between professor and
student, and between students and their classmates. We seek to
duplicate this method in our online programs through discussion forums
and live chats.

Consistent with our on-campus program, PHC DL classes are rigorous and
challenging, allowing bright high school students to excel in what
might be considered sophomore-level work at a traditional college.
PHC's unswerving commitment to Christ-centered education also carries
through to the DL program, where students are continually challenged
to grow in their faith and to develop a biblical worldview.

There are two categories of Distance Learning students: 1)
Degree-seeking students who are those pursuing graduation from PHC,
but want the flexibility to complete some of their coursework at home.
2) Non-degree students who are advanced high school students,
college-age, or adults -- anyone not yet admitted to pursue a degree
at Patrick Henry who wishes to earn credit with the college.

So how can PHC distance learning fit in your educational plans?
Whether you want to take advanced college classes while still in high
school, pursue personal development, or earn a degree from PHC,
Distance Learning could be a great fit!

To apply, you can choose between the full degree seeking application
and the shorter non-degree application. Both applications and the
class descriptions are available at . The application deadline for
the non-degree seeking program has been extended to August 1 for the
fall semester, with classes beginning August 23. As an added benefit,
HSLDA member families receive an exclusive 5% tuition discount. We
hope that you will consider joining us in all God is doing at PHC this

Please email me at or call me at
1-888-338-1776 (toll free) or 540-441-8123 (direct) if you have any
questions. I hope I can hear from you soon!

For Christ and for liberty,

Michael Holcomb
PHC Distance Learning Student Services Coordinator

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