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At the Academy of Occult Arts, we strive to provide a vast selection of courses ranging from core subjects and electives to extracurricular activities. The student body is designated a physical health class three times a week and a mental health session once weekly. Both are mandatory and vital to the wellbeing of every student.
Core Subjects & Derivatives
Geometry – first years
Algebra I/II – first and second years
Trigonometry – second years
Calculus – third years
Statistics – fourth years
Integrated Mathematics – fourth years
Biology – first years
Earth Science – first and second years
Chemistry – second and third years
Physics – fourth years
Anatomy of Humanoids – available to all students
Geography – first and second years
Psychology & Sociology† – second and third years
Political Science – third years
Economics – fourth years
History of Humans – available to all students
Language Essentials I-IV‡ – available to all students
World Literature – first and second years
Comparative Literature – second and third years
Contemporary Literature – third and fourth years
Debate† – available to all students
Creative Writing† – available to all students
Foreign Language I/II†‡ – available to all students
Magick Essentials – first year enchanters
Human Relations – first year haunters
Transformation Basics – first year hunters
History of Magick I/II – first and second year enchanters
History of the Undead I/II – first and second year haunters
History of Occult Creatures I/II – first and second year hunters
Magickal Properties I/II – first and second year enchanters
Assimilation – first and second year haunters and hunters
Anatomy & Physiology of the Undead – second year haunters
Anatomy & Physiology of a Shapeshifter – second year hunters
Charms & Incantations I/II – second and third year enchanters
Advanced Magick I/II – third and fourth year enchanters
† Subjects that are also available as an elective.
‡ Our academy offers courses in every spoken language worldwide. Language Essentials I-IV and Foreign Language I and II are unique in that they cater to the individual student. If a student did not learn English as their first language, they may opt for their LE classes to be taught in their native tongue under the condition that they take FL: English as an elective. However, as our main subjects are all taught in English, they will need a portable translator in order to attend their other classes. Please contact your local AOA representative if you would like a translator assigned.
Band (Jazz, Concert, Marching, and personal)‡
Fashion History & Design†‡
Foreign Language I/II
Mental Health & Wellness*
Physical Health & Fitness*
*Required for all students.
†These electives have corresponding clubs.
‡Students who choose these electives may qualify to compete against other schools for corresponding scholarships.