High School Students

Annual Standardized Testing

Enlightium Academy will be holding it’s annual Stanford 10 assessment for students in grades 3-8 between Wednesday, October 25th and Friday, October 27th, 2017. Students in grades 9-11 will have the option to take the Stanford 10 assessment in the Spring on April 25th-27th:

  • 9th grade - EA assessment is optional. The PSAT (offered in October) is recommended through a local school; follow this College Board link to find a school near you administering PSAT testing.*
  • 10th grade - EA assessment is required; students have an option to take the Stanford 10 through EA or the PSAT (offered in October) through a local public school; follow this College Board link to find a school near you administering PSAT testing.*
  • 11th grade - EA assessment is required; students have an option to take the Stanford 10, the PSAT/NMSQT* (offered in October), or the ACT/SAT* (offered in the Spring).
  • 12th grade - EA assessment is not required; students must take ACT/SAT (offered in the Fall or Spring)* if students have not already taken the test or want to retake it for a higher score.

*EA’s code for the College Board PSAT/NMSQT/SAT or ACT/SAT registration is 481292. For more information on EA’s offering of the Stanford 10 view the Standardized Testing page.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

  • Parent-Teacher Conferences take place during the month of November 2017 for the first semester of the 2017-2018 school year
  • November’s Parent-Teacher Conferences are for students in grades 3-12.
    • Grades PreK-2 still have monthly conferences with Ms. Fenina.
  • Students in the Diamond or Gold program -conferences can be by email or phone
    • If you choose to have the conference via email, you will be provided a thorough report of the student’s performance and suggestions for improvement. You are encouraged to email the teacher throughout the year as needed to learn continually how to best assist your student.
    • If you choose a phone call for the PTC, you will still receive an email with information to review prior to the phone conference. The teacher will provide you with a link to schedule the phone call.
  • Students in the Silver Premium, Silver or Bronze program - You will be provided a thorough report of the student’s performance and suggestions for improvement. You are encouraged to email the teacher throughout the year as needed to continually learn how to best assist your student.
  • The form must be submitted by Sunday, October 23rd to register.
  • Click the link below to learn more and to submit the Parent-Teacher Conference Form.

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Important Calendar Dates

  • Thursday, October 19th - The last day of the 1st Quarter.
  • Friday, October 20th - Sunday, October 22nd - Students will not have access to Ignitia.
  • Monday, October 23rd - The first day of the 2nd Quarter. Students will have access to Ignitia.

HonorsGradU Scholarship

 

Whether through essays or multimedia, students have used their voices to share visions for a better world. So here's their chance to put them to action! They’re asking high school seniors to submit a proposal for how they'll better their communities. HonorsGradU is offering five $10,000 tuition awards! They will also fund the top project up to $5,000. Click here for more information.

 

National Honor Society

  • Students in 10th, 11th, or 12th grade and have been enrolled at EA for at least one semester with a GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible for consideration for the NHS. Those who are eligible for consideration received an email with more information and can speak with their counselor if they have any questions.

First Quarter Reminders

High School

  • Honors Courses - If your child completed at least several weeks of schooling and you noticed that he/she is not getting challenged enough, please contact your child’s counselor to discuss the possibility of taking honors courses. Honors courses have more content in them and thus move at a faster pace. 
    • To be eligible for honors courses, your child must have grade above 90%.
  • 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:
  • October's recommended reading for high school students: War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells.

For Seniors

A Note From Teachers

  • If your student (grades 6-12) does not have a Grammarly account, please email your student’s first name, last name, and email address to t.lambert@enlightiumacademy.
  • Students have several options to earn extra credit for the first quarter. Please note that for each course students can use only one of the following options per quarter:
    • Students can write an essay about physical or virtual visits to museums, art galleries, historical sites and more to receive extra credit in an associated course. More information on road trip essays can be found here.
    • Students can read classic literature and write book reports to receive extra credit for their English course. More information on EA’s Reading Program can be found here.
  • If you submit an assignment, project, etc. and then see a lower grade than you feel that you have earned and a yellow triangle with an exclamation point, this means that you have successfully turned in the work, but that a teacher needs to grade it. Once the teacher grades the remaining work, the score will increase accordingly and the triangle will disappear.

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Reporting a Past or Future Absence

Reporting a Past or Future Absence

Parents may submit a form to report a past or an upcoming absence.

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Webinars

Webinars

Students can access recorded webinars and prepare for upcoming live webinars with their counselors. Webinars cover everything from financially preparing 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.

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Theology in Action

Theology in Action

Theology in Action is a bi-monthly video series for students and families to engage theological truths and cultivate hearts and minds for Christianly action – loving God holistically.

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Connect with local Enlightium students and their families in homeschooling and educational events throughout the U.S.

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Student ID Cards

Student ID Cards

With a school ID, students can often receive discounts at local events, theaters and other public attractions and for selected products. It also serves as a proof of identity and proof of enrollment at EA.

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Lifepac Books

Lifepac Books

EA offers families the option to purchase textbook curriculum for students as supplementary material. LIFEPAC is ideal for students who do not always have access to the Internet or prefer to read the lessons from books.

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Tutoring Services

Tutoring Services

With Enlightium's tutoring sessions, you'll love seeing your child grasp the tools he or she needs to comprehend confusing coursework in language arts, world languages, advanced math, or other subjects.

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High School Electives

High School Electives

Choose from over 70 electives ranging from World Languages to Career and Technical electives.

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Offline Electives

Offline Electives

Offline electives are electives not taken through Ignitia, the curriculum used by Enlightium Academy, and include Physical Education, Home Economics, and more.

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High School Graduation Requirements

High School Graduation Requirements

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 21st Century demands of their post-high school education, work, and personal lives.

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High School Diploma

High School Diploma

When a student meets Enlightium Academy graduation requirements, he or she is awarded a high school diploma from Enlightium Academy—an accredited, private licensed high school!

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Transcript Request

Transcript Request

Order official transcripts. The first official transcript is free and each additional official transcript is $5.

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Shop School Gear

Shop School Gear

Enlightium Academy invites you to show your school spirit with our line of merchandise and apparel. These make great gifts for Enlightium students and their families!

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