Digital Academy

For information regarding the Liberty Center Digital Academy, please contact the Liberty Center High School office at (419) 533-6641.

Mrs. Kati Weaks
Digital Academy Coordinator
419-533-6641, Ext. 4106

Frequently Asked Questions

The primary role of NOVA is to provide support to students with their course work.  Providing one-on-one support via phone, e-mail and Web conferencing.

 The amount of time a student spends on the computer varies by grade. Younger students spend approximately 10%, middle school students spend about 30%, and high school students spend about 50% of their time working on the computer.

Students can enroll in a full course load or in individual courses.

Students choose to enroll in individual courses for different reasons:

To gain experience with online learning
To take courses that aren't available in their regular school curriculum
To get ahead in their studies
To make up for missed classes

If you want a more challenging program of study, NOVA's innovative, flexible, student-focused education is for you. Students study on their own time and at their own pace, so to the extent that you want to be challenged, the pace of other students is not a factor. NOVA offers advanced courses at both the high school and middle school levels.

Program Overview

Schools PLP Content

The Liberty Center Digital Academy (LCDA) utilizes programming provided by NOVA called Schools PLP, to provide core and elective courses for our students. If you are interested in learning more about the system and courses offered, please visit