Elite Adult Education Academy (EAEA) offers both virtual and in-person independent study programs for those who need more hands-on support to be successful. Students enjoy a creative, relaxed environment where they work with Elite’s highly qualified and caring faculty and staff to customize their learning experience and prepare for their future.
Adults aged 18-26 benefit from a truly unique academy that offers unparalleled flexibility, support and quality curriculum:
To meet the needs of students with varying circumstances and challenges, we offer three pathways to earn a high school diploma:
210 credits to graduate
For students who enter the program with over 150 credits or would benefit from being in High School for longer than a year and are college bound.
160 credits to graduate
For those who meet one of the following criteria:
130 credits to graduate
For students who have extenuating circumstances that would merit an accelerated graduation path. Extenuating circumstances may include, but are not limited to the following:
EHA students enrolled prior to September 4, will receive the full funding amount of $3,200. Funds must first be used for core curriculum and any necessary academic tutoring. Remaining funds can then be used for Elite-authorized enrichment activities that allow for a wonderfully customized curriculum:
Career Technical Training courses
Physical Education opportunities.
Please see the student handbook for more information.
EAEA offers a variety of top quality virtual and traditional curriculum options to ensure an enjoyable and successful academic experience for each student. In addition to core courses, students can participate in hands-on electives like yoga, film studies, book clubs, art appreciation, career exploration and physical fitness.
Elite’s unique independent study opportunities give students the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma while working, taking vocational classes and/or enjoying enrichment activities in the community.
EAEA assesses each student upon enrollment and once again later in the school year using Scantron Performance Series English Language Arts and Math shortened assessments to determine their current academic level and growth. This allows teachers to determine the best curriculum to ensure each student’s academic success. These assessments are used for placement and tracking and not calculated into individual class grades.
EAEA also participates in state mandated Smarter Balance Series annually. The tests sections given are based on the state requirements. CELDT assessments are given to English Learner students.
EAEA utilizes standardized, authentic, and performance-based assessments as guided by the State Frameworks and Performance Standards. While the standard, on-demand assessments enables Elite to monitor both the individual student’s and the school’s performance, these assessments might not fully meet the needs of students or their instructors. EAEA requires students, teachers, and staff to measure their performance, thereby empowering them to recognize and be responsible for their own learning. Elite will therefore supplement standardized assessments with alternative assessments including projects, exhibitions and other tasks that students complete during the year.
You will meet with you teacher either by video chat or in-person at least once a week. However, we have teachers available to meet with you as much as three times a week to help with any of your classes. You are not alone and we will offer you the support you need.
No, your courses do not have to all be online. One of the many great benefits of EAEA is the variety of curriculum we offer. We have textbooks, packets, projects, virtual learning and hands on experiences to complete your courses.
At EAEA we believe all students learn differently. The teacher and student are a team and work together to determine what curriculum will work best for each class.
Many of our courses involve considering career choices. The counseling department as well as your assigned teacher will have many discussions about career options. You will also have the opportunity to participate in Career Technical Courses, College and Career Readiness Courses, and WIOA centers to help develop a career path that suits you. You may also participate in workshops to prepare for job interviews, create resumes, practice phone and email etiquette, and develop presentation skills.
Absolutely, many of our students work while attending school. You can complete your class work on your own pace. You and your teacher work together to determine a schedule that best suits your needs.
EAEA is 100% tuition FREE! Adult students who live in any county can enroll in Elite Adult Education Academy. Flexible K-12 students can enroll in the following counties:
Yes, a student is able to recover credits for courses he/she has previously withdrawn from or earned a D/F.
Of course! We celebrate diversity at EAEA and provide an enormous amount of support for our students. Our teachers are highly-qualified credentialed teachers with English Language support authorizations.
Yes! Elite Adult Education Academy students deserve to be celebrated for their accomplishments. Graduations are held at the end of each school year at various venues. We encourage our students and their families to attend the graduation ceremony to celebrate the hard work of the Elite student.
The documentation needed to enroll in EAEA are the same requirements as any other school. The EAEA registrar will need the following documents to enroll a student.
Absolutely! EAEA has Special Education credentialed teachers to ensure the IEP plan is being followed or revised for student success.
Concurrent enrollment in community college and EAEA offers dual credit. For example, a 3 credit course at the community college level (100 or above) equates to college credit as well as 10 credits towards Elite Academic High School graduation credits.