If you are a homeschool student and would like to learn AP* Physics on your own, you can use our courses to confidently move through the exact AP* Physics curriculum at your own pace. Because homeschool students are generally comfortable with the online learning setting, our virtual courses are perfect for those interested in achieving great results without the need to be in a physical classroom.
Be assured that all the learner objectives suggested by the College Board are covered in our courses and that there will be no need to search on your own for other online resources to guarantee success. All the presentations, activities, quizzes and tests needed to get a 5 on the AP* Physics exams are found in the workflow of our website. You most likely know that you can sign up to take AP* tests through your local school district, but if you have any questions please contact us at
If you would like to have greater support during our AP* Physics courses, homeschoolers can register for our courses through PA Homeschoolers. While the content for courses offered through PA Homeschoolers is the same as if you sign up at our website, there are several unique benefits that are a part of registration through their organization:
1. Students are invited to participate in live online video meetings with Mr. Kernion and all the members of the class once every two weeks. The purpose of the online sessions is to answer questions, talk about expectations for the next two weeks, give sample problems and discuss concepts. These sessions are optional but very valuable.
2. An online discussion forum is set up for each class. The discussion forums are always open. They offer the students an online space to ask questions and post comments. Mr. Kernion will check the forum daily and respond to questions. Fellow students can do the same. So it is an ongoing way to get help when needed.
3. Since the courses are offered through a homeschool network, with the same standing as a school, the AP* designation can be used on a transcript, so that a course grade and high school credit can be earned.