Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the videos?
When you purchase a MasterBooksAcademy.com course, you will have access to that course for 18 months.
Is this a monthly or yearly fee?
Your purchase gives you access to the course for 18 months. There is no monthly fee.
Are the courses live or self-paced?
The courses are pre-recorded making it easy for your student to learn at their own pace.
Can multiple students use the same videos?
Yes! You may share the course with immediate family in your household.
Can I replay the videos?
Yes! Videos can be replayed as often as you would like within the 18 months following your purchase.
Can the students do the videos at their own pace?
Yes! The pre-recorded videos allow the student 18 months to complete the course.
Where can I watch the free lessons?
Select your course of interest at MasterBooksAcademy.com, then scroll past the course description to the free lesson(s) provided.
Will the online instructor grade the assignments?
No. The online instructor provides pre-recorded lessons and does not have one-to-one interaction with your student.
Do I still need to buy the books?
Each course will indicate the books and/or supplies needed to complete the course.
Are there any course options for adults/parents?
Many of our homeschooling parents enjoy taking the Master Books high school courses. We recommend Introduction to Logic, Intro to Biblical Greek, One Race One Blood, Stressed-Out, and Learn to Play Guitar.
Where can I find a list of upcoming courses?
Upcoming courses are listed in our 2021 Education catalog. More will be added throughout the year and announced in one of our emails and on social media.
How long will the sale prices last?
The prices listed are everyday low prices. Prices are subject to change, but there are no current plans to change them.
How are the DVDs different than the Academy classes?
In some cases, the Academy course is replacing the DVD. In other cases, it is brand new content. There are samples of each online.
Do you offer a group discount for courses being used in a co-op setting?
No. In a classroom setting (public, private, or co-op), materials must be purchased for each student. Material may not be posted online, distributed digitally, or made available as a download.