Regardless of where your student is in their educational journey, Enlightium’s team seeks to work alongside them by evaluating their unique needs and support them in meeting their academic goals. Your student’s counselor will review their incoming report card, transcript, or homeschool report, along with evaluating the entrance assessment scores, to help develop an academic plan specific to your student. If applicable, counselors also consider additional documentation such as a doctor's diagnostic information and recommendations.
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 Enlightium. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, athletic, and other school-administered programs.
Pay the $250 enrollment fee and complete the enrollment form* for each new student. The enrollment fee is non-refundable after 72 hours.
*The enrollment form will need to be completed using a laptop or desktop computer, not a smartphone or tablet.
Talk to your student’s previous school to ensure that Enlightium receives all records in a timely manner. You will be provided the opportunity to submit records during the enrollment process.
Entrance assessments in math and English are typically assigned within one school day of submitting the enrollment application. The entrance assessment should be completed by the student as soon as possible so that the student’s counselor, along with reviewing records and the parents’ input, can determine course assignments.
Enlightium Academy is a private Christian school that is accredited by Cognia and the Association of Christian Schools International and serves homeschool, online, and co-op school students in grades preK-12. Since most of our students study from home settings, some states view our students as homeschoolers, therefore requiring them to follow their state’s homeschool requirements. See your state's homeschooling regulations.
Parents with students in:
The Parent Orientation, assigned to all parents, is a short course which includes:
The Student Orientation course is assigned around the student’s start date and discusses how to navigate the online curriculum, access student resources, and more! The Student Orientation is assigned to students in grades 3-12; students in grades PreK-2 are not assigned a Student Orientation.