High School Students
- Sunday, April 1st: Easter Sunday.
- Monday, April 2nd - Friday, April 6th: Spring Break. Students will not be required to work, but will still have access to Ignitia. Teacher support will be limited during this time.
- Monday, April 17th: Planning Ahead Webinar for grades 8-11. Click here for more information and to register.
- Wednesday, April 25th - Friday, April 27th: Stanford 10 for students in grades 3 and 9-11. Click here for more information.
- Monday, April 30th: The deadline for “A Day in the Life of an EA Student” video submissions.
- Registration is now open for EA’s Spring Stanford 10 (S10) testing.
- Grade 3 - students will be able to take the test due to an issue during fall 2017-18 testing period
- Grades 4 through 8 - the testing is not available until fall of 2018. See the S10 page for more information.
- Grades 9 and 11 - the testing is optional, but recommended. See the S10 page for more information.
- Grade 10 - the testing is required by EA.
- Grade 12 - the Stanford 10 is not available since students need to take the SAT prior to college entrance. Click here for more information on the SAT.
- Registration ends Sunday, April 8th and testing will be Wednesday, April 25th through Friday, April 27th. Click the link for all details and to register.
- The Student Council is hosting a video competition for students registered on Enlightium Social. The topic is “A Day in the Life of an EA Student”.
- Digital Amazon gift cards will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places ($100, $50, and $25, respectively).
- The deadline for submission is Monday, April 30th. Click the link below for more information.
- March 28th was EA’s Annual Spiritual Awareness Day. EA Chaplain Mr. Robertson will speak about Christian culture, why it is important to developing minds and hearts, and how students can participate in some of the spiritual development offerings provided by Enlightium.
- Families are encouraged to watch the video and have an open discussion about Christian culture and which offerings to participate in. Options include joining EA’s Bible study, studying new Theology in Action topics, and joining Bible Application webinars.
- Click the link below to watch the video!
- Naviance is a website used by middle and high school students for college exploration and career planning. From Naviance, students will be able to access coursework, track community service hours, explore college and careers options, and more.
- Students are encouraged to log in, explore, and speak with their counselor if they have any questions.
A Note from Teachers
- If your student in grades 6-12 does not have a Grammarly account, please email your student’s first name, last name, and email address to r.anderson@enlightiumacademy.
- Teachers will begin to more strictly enforce the expected way for students to turn in papers using Grammarly. They will no longer accept papers saved as a PDF. For more information about submitting essays, please visit our Grammarly newsletter.
- If you are planning any vacations or other time off from school please submit an absence form to ensure the Progress Department is aware of when your student(s) will not be working.
- EA student have spring break April 2nd - 6th. If you prefer to take this break at a different time, with other schools in your area, please remember to submit an absence form in advance for the week you plan to take off and ensure that work is completed during EA’s break to make up for your break.
Students can access recorded webinars and prepare for upcoming live webinars with their counselors. Webinars cover everything from financial preparation for college to online application services. The live webinars are available to current EA high school students and their parents, and include real-time question and answer sessions.
High school students are required to meet Enlightium Academy graduation requirements in order to earn a diploma. EA will also make recommendations based on the post-high school goals of the student. The goal of Enlightium Academy is to prepare students to meet the demands of their post-high school education, work, and personal endeavours.