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Distance Learning: Online Courses at PHC

PHC's online courses are open to students aged 16 and older. Whether you are a recent high school graduate who wants to stay close to home, a current high school student who wants to prepare for college rigor with dual enrollment courses, or a parent who wants to learn along with your high school student, our distance learning program has a lot to offer.

Cost &

Earn more than a year's worth of PHC college credit for 60% less cost than studying on campus.

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Are Online Courses Right For You?

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Why PHC Distance Learning?

Read 10 reasons why students choose to take online courses at Patrick Henry College

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Spring 2017

 *Students are not required to have taken History of the United States I or History of Western Civilization I to register for History of the United States II or History of Western Civilization II in Spring 2017


We are confident that you will love our online courses so much that we're going to offer you 50% off on your second course.

Also, sign up 2 friends and we'll offer all 3 of you a 15% discount on your first class. Christian leaders, sign up 10 students and all will receive special tuition pricing. Contact Mr. Stephen Allen, Director of Admissions, for details (scallen@phc.edu).

***Distance Learning not available in KY, NJ, NY, CT, or MA.

Why We Chose PHC Distance Learning

Alumni Stories

DL classes appealed to me because I wanted to stretch myself academically and take interesting, challenging courses. It helped me prepare for the college workload, and I learned some key skills of research and writing before I ever stepped on campus.

- Ashlyn, Class of 2016

The DL program allows students to have the rich PHC education while still remaining home. It prepared me for what a college class looks like and how to handle deadlines and papers – nothing can really prepare you for college except taking college classes. I still to this day use tips and guidelines from Research and Writing class.

- Jason, Class of 2016

I learned so much freshman year of DL classes. The academics were harder than any I had before, and I thrived in the rigor and interactions between students and professor. I learned that I could push myself farther than ever before, and succeed.

- Kara, Class of 2016

The sense of community between DL students is a unique experience, one that came to fruition when we came on campus and I was able to meet face-to-face with my peers from DL.

- Stephen, Class of 2015

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