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Explore the LIFEPAC Experience for Students & Parents

core and elective courses available

Why LIFEPAC For Your Family?

  • Christian Worldview
  • Student Directed, Mastery Based
  • Parent Answer Keys & Student Workbooks
  • Portable 10 Workbook Sets for Grades 1-12
  • Hands-On Lessons

Personalized Purchase Options

Grade Sets

Get a complete school year in a box with five core courses.

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Subject Sets

Get a complete set of student books for any core or elective courses.

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Resources

Find science kits, DVDs, and more to support student learning.

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Manipulatives

Launch Packs for K-2 bring learning to life with counting bears, play money and more.

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Language Arts Grades K-12

LIFEPAC Language Arts covers the six major content strands of reading, speaking and listening, writing, spelling, grammar, and composition for grades K–12. This program also covers special topics like visual media, the history of the English language, the Bible as literature, and book reports, as well as study and research skills.

History & Geography Grades 1-12

LIFEPAC History & Geography develops students' understanding of and appreciation for God's activity as seen in the record of man and his relationships. The LIFEPAC History & Geography worktext-based curriculum targets this goal by focusing on six major themes: Geography (World and American), History (World, American, and Religious), Government, Citizenship, Economics, and Social Sciences.

Math Grades K-12

LIFEPAC Math develops and builds math skills through the use of various question formats, multiple exercise techniques, and fun learning games. This motivating math curriculum prepares students for using math successfully in real-life situations. The curriculum targets this goal by focusing on the major themes of number skills, geometry, algebra, data analysis, and probability.

Science Grades 1-12

LIFEPAC Science focuses on the development of observational skills as they study the physical universe God created. The four major strands of this curriculum include Life Science (plants and animals, human anatomy and personal care, biology), Space and Earth Science (geology, weather, space), Physical Science (chemistry, physics), and the nature of science (scientific method, experimentation, technology).

Bible Grades 1-12

LIFEPAC Bible is an in-depth study of the Old and New Testaments. Utilizing the King James Version, the Bible curriculum assists in the development of practical Christian living. The LIFEPAC Bible worktext curriculum covers the themes of theology, the attributes of God, biblical literature, biblical geography, Christian growth, and Christian evidences, as well as a special emphasis for each grade level.

Electives Grades 4-12

Broaden your child's knowledge base and boost your child's confidence with LIFEPAC's electives. Choose from Accounting, American Literature, Art, British Literature, Civics, Consumer Math, Family & Consumer Science, Foundations for Living: Studies in the Christian Worldview, Health Quest, High School Health, Spanish I and II, and Speech: Essentials of Communication, as well as LIFEPAC Select courses.

Frequently Asked Questions

2. How is LIFEPAC taught and how much work should we do every day?

It is student led and mastery based. All lesson instructions are in the student’s books. Teacher guides give additional ideas and cover the theme as well as provide answer keys. Each unit is intended for 18 days. Roughly that works out to 3 pages per day per subject. However, you can decide how long your school year will be and calculate how many pages per day that would amount to.

3. What is the difference between a Box Set and Grade Set?

A Box Set is a student workbook set without a teacher’s guide. A Grade Set is the Box Set student workbook set with a teacher’s guide included.

4. How do I keep my records and who does the grading?

There is an area in the front of your teacher’s guide to place grades, but we also have student record books and cumulative files you can purchase for keeping records. Because LIFEPAC is a curriculum option, the parent oversees the students daily work, grading and record keeping. As the parent, you will need to make sure you are meeting your state board of education’s requirements.

5. Is LIFEPAC a complete curriculum?

Yes, it provides the five core subjects: Bible, History & Geography, Language Arts, Math, and Science. It also offers many electives for Middle School and High School students.

6. Are there other families I can connect with who use LIFEPAC?

Absolutely! There are multiple LIFEPAC Facebook groups available for you to join. Find the one that’s right for you and you’ll never feel alone in homeschooling.