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Learning that works for you!

Achieve your personal goals and schedule your school day with a flexible learning opportunity. Using a combination of in-classroom and online courses, you will have the time to pursue your own endeavors.

What is Lipscomb Academy's Endeavor program?

The Endeavor program provides high school students the ability to attend school in a unique format. Through traditional in-classroom learning and online courses, Endeavor students customize their educational experience in order to allow sufficient time needed to achieve their own personal affinities and pursuits.

What does a typical school day look like for an Endeavor student?

Endeavor students will spend approximately four hours at school in a traditional face-to-face format. The remainder of the day is used to pursue each student's unique endeavors. Online course work is completed in an asynchronous format.

Will I have the opportunities available to all Lipscomb students?

Yes, Endeavor students are considered to be full-time students at Lipscomb Academy. Endeavor students will meet the same graduation requirements as traditional Lipscomb Academy students. Endeavor students are also eligible to participate in all Lipscomb Academy athletic and extracurricular activities.

Finally! A schedule that works with my goals. Now I have the time needed to pursue my interests. Lauren P.Endeavor Student

What are the admissions requirements for Endeavor students

The Lipscomb Academy Endeavor program is seeking students who are driven, self-motivated, academically capable of independent work, and have the ability to manage their own time well. The application process will open in January for the following year.  

What is the cost of attendance?

Since Endeavor students will be receiving access to the same Lipscomb Academy diploma with all support services and extracurricular activities, the cost to participate in Endeavor is the same as the “traditional” student.

I really want to have time for an internship, so I can be prepared for potential career choices. Matthew REndeavor Student