High School English Courses
One English course needs to be taken for each year that the student attends EA. English courses typically follow the pattern below. However, in some cases, based on EA placement test results and previous school transcripts, your counselor may assign a different English course that will meet your needs and the graduation requirements.
- English I
- English II
- English III or AP English Language and Composition
- English IV
- High School Bible Courses
- High School History Courses
- High School Math Courses
- High School Science Courses
- High School Elective Courses
From word usage and the parts of speech, to reading, writing and preparing a speech, this course covers all the bases and incorporates plenty of practice to help your students prepare for their future in the information age...
English II is typically taken by sophomores.
With an emphasis on building traditional and digital literacy, English III not only provides students essential practice and information to make them better communicators, but also exposes them to a variety of different literary forms and genres to encourage critical thinking and analysis...
English III is typically taken by juniors.
This course focuses on rhetorical analysis through study of non-fiction texts taken from a variety of eras and genres (including speeches, poetry, letters, essays, and historical documents). Students will develop their awareness of the writing process and engage with diverse literary voices...
This course is typically taken by high school juniors.
This course not only solidifies the skills students have acquired through years of language study, but also introduces them to Brit Lit, classics including Beowulf and The Canterbury Tales, and the sonnets of Shakespeare…
English IV is typically taken by seniors.
Enlightium Academy high school students will have the opportunity to study the works of C.S. Lewis, one of the most significant and influential Christian thinkers of the 20th century. This course is tailored to entertain and engage students so that upon leaving high school, they are equipped with a solid, philosophical foundation for the Christian faith.
This course can be taken instead of English IV with counselor and parent approval.