High School Students
All High School Students
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is pleased to announce an essay contest for high school students in the five states within the circuit: Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The contest offers students an opportunity to learn about the Constitution and Bill of Rights and a chance to win cash prizes. The essay must be emailed by June 16th. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to all students who took the Stanford 10 assessments. The next testing period will be during the fall quarter of 2017. The results showed above average scores for EA students. Final scores for each student were emailed to families by the last week of May. If you did not receive your assessment score or have any questions, please email email@example.com.
- Families who still need to register for the 17-18 school year can receive a 5% early enrollment discount if enrolling during the month of June.
- EA is now offering two additional AP courses: Biology and Psychology. As AP courses are full-year courses, they should be started during the summer to allow the student to finish the course before the AP test date in May. While students who start during the summer will have an additional fee for their courses, there will be no additional fee applied to starting the AP course early.
- Students are encouraged to stay active on Enlightium Social during the summer months since the community will remain active. Please click here if you have not yet signed up for eSocial. Below are some things to look forward to:
- Students in grades 3–12 will have required or recommended purchases for English and/or science. If your student needs something for a project that is not easily accessible to you, such as a specific chemical or piece of equipment, please contact his or her teacher to request an alternative project or means by which to complete the project. Information on required or recommended purchases for each grade level can be found on the website by grade level:
- Check out our Summer Reading Program for the chance to earn extra credit for the first quarter in your English course.
- A list of books categorized by grade can be found by clicking here.
- June’s recommended reading for high school students: The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
- Transcripts may be requested on EA’s transcript request page. Expedited transcripts are available as well.
- For students who completed the school work by June 2nd (the last day of school), EA will mail their diploma certificate by June 16th, which can be used in their graduation ceremony. For students who completed the schoolwork after June 2nd, the diploma certificate will be mailed upon completion of the school work. A digital transcript will be sent shortly after the end of the school year. A hard copy of the transcript will be sent around three weeks upon school work completion.
- Start planning for your graduation ceremony! If you will be hosting a private party, check out our Private Graduation Tips Handbook.
Seniors and Juniors
- Please review the Senior Winter/Spring Calendar College Checklist to better prepare for college.
- Counselors are available to write letters of recommendation for colleges.