Online Courses @ Louisville

Louisville’s decade-long partnership with One Schoolhouse allows us to broaden educational opportunities available to students by expanding course selection while, at the same time, maintaining the all-girls environment and level of teaching expertise that Louisville students and parents expect. 
Interested in Forensics? AP Psychology? AP Computer Science? Engineering? AP Music Theory? Latin?
We've got these classes and more!

 
Louisville girls are getting something special by taking small, highly-specialized classes with some of the most motivated high school girls in the country – taught by some of the best all-girl teachers in the country.
“Students find the courses challenging and valuable, and they often tell me how much they enjoy their online classes. Most of our students taking online Advanced Placement courses passed their AP exams and are now pursuing undergraduate degrees at schools such as UCLA, UC Berkeley, and USC.”
Laura Flynn, Director of Educational Technology, Louisville High School
“We are thrilled to have more girls from Louisville High School join students from around the country in our courses. Louisville has made an outstanding commitment to creating new opportunities for students and, in particular, has shown leadership in expanding STEM opportunities for girls.”
Brad Rathgeber, Executive Director of One Schoolhouse
 

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Online Course FAQs

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

  • Q. When do students take these classes?

    One Schoolhouse has students from all over the country, so class content is "asynchronous" meaning all students are not online at the same time. When a Louisville student takes a class online, it is part of her regular school schedule. She reports to the library during the assigned period to do her online classwork, take quizzes and work on assignments. Our students enjoy the time built into their schedule so the online class does not add stress after school during busy evening hours.
  • Q. How are online classes supervised?

    A faculty advisor at Louisville works with One Schoolhouse teachers and administrators to ensure student success. The faculty advisor proctors tests and quizzes, and helps with communication if a student has difficulty with the class or extended illness.
  • Q. Who can take classes with One Schoolhouse?

    It's important to know that challenging online courses are not for every student. Louisville's academic advisers work with students to select electives, either on campus or online, that fulfill their graduation requirements and interests. Students in Louisville's Focus Programs will be given priority for online courses because of their specialized content, like AP Computer Science. Students requesting online courses must receive approval from the Assistant Principal for Academics to ensure that they will be successful taking on the rigors of an online course.
  • Q. What makes One Schoolhouse so great?

    Our students LOVE the fact that their online class is just like their other classes - all girls, small, and have a close working relationship with the teacher. Communicating with their online classmates is so easy because they all attend similar schools, and they have fun meeting girls from all over the country - even in Hawaii. The teachers enjoy communicating with their students electronically using video calls, email, and even texting! There is a strong connection between the teachers and students which makes it enjoyable and productive. 

Louisville High School


22300 Mulholland Drive
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Phone: (818) 346-8812
Fax: (818) 346-9483
Louisville High School is a private, Catholic, college-preparatory school for girls in grades 9 through 12, located in Woodland Hills, CA. Louisville educates young women in a vibrant, supportive learning community guided by the mission of the Sisters of St. Louis to “work toward a world healed, unified, and transformed.” Challenging academics and caring faculty empower each student to develop her confidence, integrity, and faith to meet the needs of an ever-changing world.