Olympus Prep Academy - The Ogburn School 


Olympus Prep Academy is pleased to announce a partnership with one of the nation’s premier online virtual school programs, The Ogburn School. The Ogburn School is a leading provider of an online home study program, distance education, and online education, delivering a complete range of customized curriculum to fit our student-athletes’ needs. 


The Ogburn School Mission


The mission of The Ogburn School is to provide quality education to students seeking a non-traditional approach to learning, providing a challenging curriculum that engages students from primary through secondary instruction.


The Ogburn School Vision 


The Ogburn School will be recognized as a leader in providing innovative instruction in hybrid and distance learning, allowing flexibility for students to grow academically and personally in a unique educational environment that encourages individuality while promoting academic rigor.


Statement of Values


The Ogburn School values:


  • Creative educational options unique to each individual that foster quality instruction and functional learning.

  • Educational preparation that leads to postsecondary education or gainful employment.

Course Listings


English: English I; English II; English III; English IV; Essay Writing; Reading; Research; World Literature


Science: Anatomy & Physiology; Biology; Biology 2; Chemistry; Earth Science; Environmental Science; Biology Lab


Physical Education/Health: Outdoor Education; Life Management


Mathematics: Algebra 1A; Algebra 1B; Liberal Arts Math; Explorations in Math; Geometry; Math for College Readiness; Personal and Family Finance; Algebra II; Trigonometry


Social Studies: American Government ; American History; Economics; World History


Senior Requirements: Workplace Essentials; Senior Capstone 1; Senior Capstone 2


Electives: Art History ; Creative Photography ; Digital Photography I: Creating Images with Impact! ** ; Digital Photography II: Discovering Your Creative Potential ** ; Entrepreneurship I ** ; Forensic Science I: Secrets of the Dead ** ; Global Studies; Hospitality & Tourism: Traveling the Globe ** ; Independent Electives ; International Business: Global Commerce in the 21st Century ** ; Introduction to Social Media: Our Connected World ** ; Journalism I & II; Law & Order: Introduction to Legal Studies ** ; Middle School Career Explorations ** ; Middle School Journalism: Tell Your Story ** ; Middle School Photography: Drawing with Light ** ; Personal Psychology I: The Road to Self-Discovery ** ; Personal Psychology II: Living in a Complex World ** ; Principles of Public Service: To Serve & Protect ** ; Psychology ; Public Speaking ** ; Service Learning I&II ; Sports & Entertainment Marketing ** ; Social Problems I: A World in Crisis ** ; Social Problems II: Crisis, Conflicts & Challenges ** ; Sociology I: The Study of Human Relationships ** ; Sociology II: Your Social Life ** ; Spanish I & II ** ; Veterinary Science: The Care of Animals ** ; Work Experience


** These are enhanced electives, which have additional fees associated with the course.


High School Course Descriptions Can Be Found Here


Electives Descriptions Can Be Found Here

Graduation Requirements 


To earn a high school diploma from The Ogburn School, Inc., students must complete the following courses: 


4  English credits (English 1, English 2, English 3, English 4) 

4  Math credits (Algebra 1A, Algebra 1B, Geometry, Math for College Readiness, Algebra II 


3  Science credits (Earth Science, Biology, Environmental Science) 

3  Social Studies credits (World History, American History, American Government, Economics) 

5  Electives (5 credits) 


Honors Courses Available: Prerequisites apply 


A 2.0 GPA is required to earn a high school diploma from The Ogburn School. Students seeking state scholarships may need to meet additional requirements. 

While other courses will transfer in, The Ogburn School offers the following courses to meet the graduation requirements:


English                                                                          Anatomy & Physiology                                                American Government              

English 2                                                                       Biology                                                                         American History 

English 3                                                                       Biology 2                                                                      Economics

English 4                                                                       Chemistry                                                                     World History 

Essay Writing                                                                Earth Chemistry                                                           Global Studies 

Reading                                                                         Environment Science 

Algebra 1A                                                                   Creative Photography                                                 Humanities Survey 

Algebra 1B                                                                   Independent Electives                                                Life Management 

Algebra II                                                                     Journalism 1                                                                 Outdoor Education

Consumer Mathematics                                             Journalism 2                                                                 Psychology

Explorations in Math                                                   Service Learning 1                                                       Senior Capstone 1 & 2

Geometry                                                                     Service Learning 2                                                       Workplace Essentials 

Math for College Readiness                                       Spanish 1

                                                                                      Spanish 2

                                                                                      Work Experience 

                                                                                      Personal and Family Finance ​​



SAT Prep Course

Student-athletes are required to take an SAT Prep Course while enrolled in or program. The course will be built into their daily schedule. We offer experienced SAT Prep tutors who come to our facility for an hour each day to tutor our student-athletes in the English and Math subjects.  

For those who need to, we encourage them to take their re-take their SAT's and raise their score in order improve their academic profile and ensure that they are NCAA qualified to play at the college level. 

The SAT Prep Course is included in your tuition and comes at no exta cost.

College Courses

For those who want to get a head start on their college education, we give our student-athletes the ability to take online college courses. Student-athletes can choose what online school they want to attend. Some of our athletes in past have  taken online course at online college courses at Camden County College or Rowan at Gloucester County. 

We recommend to each of our student-athletes that they should not take more than two classes. If they take more than two, they could possibly be considered a full-time student. If so, their full-time status will take away a year of their NCAA Eligibility. ​







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