HBU Online Partners with Alpha Omega Academy and Alpha Omega Publications

The Houston Baptist University Pampell Online Division is pleased to announce a partnership with Alpha Omega Academy (AOA) and Alpha Omega Publications (OAP) as the preferred university partner for high school students who wish to earn college credit in high school.

Alpha Omega Academy is a private, online, K-12, internationally accredited institution offering students an individualized learning plan based upon each student’s goals, academic standing and style of learning. Alpha Omega Publications is a leading Christian homeschooling curriculum publisher that offers print-based, computer-based and online homeschooling curriculum formats to families around the globe. Eligible AOA and AOP high school juniors and seniors may enroll in select online college courses offered through the HBU Pampell Online Division and earn both high school credit and college credit.

Josh Rose, executive director of Alpha Omega Academy, said, “AOA is committed to expanding excellent Christian education options for our families and helping them manage the rising costs of education. Our partnership with HBU is a great example of this commitment.”

Students who desire to further their education at HBU once they graduate high school will also be eligible to receive special scholarships that will reduce their tuition, room and board as a result of the HBU partnership.

Dr. Jay Spencer, associate vice president of the HBU Pampell Online Division Operations, said, “We are pleased to be able to offer Alpha Omega students our academic, faith-based and flexible programs of study. Dual credit courses are an excellent opportunity for families to save time and money on future college costs.”

Why should high school students take dual enrollment classes?

Save Money

Families can make their college dollars go further by using their 529 Savings Plan on dual enrollment tuition.

Save Time

The flexibility and convenience of online courses with the HBU Dual Enrollment program is ideal. The majority of courses are offered in eight-week terms, six times per year (two terms for each Fall, Spring and Summer semester). Since all of the courses are offered online, students can study and complete assignments whenever and wherever they choose.

Ease of Transfer

Since HBU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), credits are easily transferable. HBU is nationally ranked in several areas, and is listed as one of the 25 best colleges for homeschool graduates!

A Personal Academic Advisor

Students will be assigned an academic advisor who will offer guidance from enrollment to completion.

Take the Next Step

Applicants and families may call 855-HBU-1960 (855-428-1960) to speak with an admissions counselor.