Admissions and Enrollment Steps
As students enroll throughout the year, Enlightium Academy (EA) works collaboratively in providing the best educational opportunity for its students. The EA team takes time to get to know each student. Our counselors review the incoming student report cards for grades 3–8 and transcripts for grades 9–12, evaluate the EA placement (entrance) test scores and, if applicable, additional documentation such as doctor’s diagnostic information and recommendations, as they develop an academic plan for each student. EA is designed for students who desire to strive academically regardless of where they are in their educational journey. The online curriculum is customized by counselors to their individual student’s needs, graduation requirements, and beyond high school plans.
Step 1: Pay the $150 enrollment fee and complete the enrollment form for each student.
Step 2: Send our team the current grades, official, or unofficial transcript (if you have them).
Step 3: Every school is different, so talk to your current school about their withdrawal policies.
Step 4: Have your student complete the Placement Tests.
Step 5: Watch the Open House video, review the Parent Orientation, and have your student complete the Student Orientation.
Step 6: Review your student’s upcoming courses.
Step 7: Review the Family Handbook that will be provided upon enrollment.
Step 8: Check your state requirements concerning online education.
Step 9: Review/confirm your student’s schedule with the counselor.
(Unofficial) Step 10: Join the Family Alliance!
- School events, deadlines, and reminders
- Articles to help your family get the most out of online private homeschooling
- Exclusive videos, polls, and more
Families can also use it as an opportunity to ask questions of EA staff or other families, as well as make connections with other EA families.
Enlightium Academy admits students of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at EA. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, athletic, and other school-administered programs.