The mission of the Enlightium Academy Student Council is to provide an atmosphere of unity within the student body, creating an enrich online school experience while building responsible leaders within EA’s school community, and promoting the values that represent a godly character in all students.
Enlightium Academy is partnering with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) to provide students with the opportunity to compete in a spelling bee with other Enlightium students, as well as students from other schools. The ACSI Spelling Bee is not an exercise in memorization but in spelling abilities.
Enlightium Academy (EA) is partnering with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) to provide students with the opportunity to compete in a speech meet with other EA students, as well as students from other schools. The ACSI Speech Meet seeks to teach students skills in speech, which includes not just what we say but how we say it.
Enlightium Academy provides students who have been recognized as top performers in mathematical computation and reasoning the opportunity to compete with their peers from around the nation. Enlightium Academy participants are nominated by their math teacher based on performance during the first semester. Nominated students will join a remote session with an EA math teacher during the first week of March and test their abilities in either Computation or Mathematical Reasoning.
Enlightium Social (eSocial) is a social medium that functions quite similarly to popular social media outlets such as Facebook. However, eSocial is only accessible by current Enlightium students, staff, and faculty. This creates a way for students to connect with their peers and discuss common interests and hobbies; students are able to create groups to which they can invite other students who share the same passions and form a discussion. eSocial is monitored regularly to ensure that all content posted is honoring to God. Many Enlightium teachers also take part in Enlightium Social, and have groups specific to promoting educational accountability.