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The SOAR (Students Obtaining Advanced Resources) program at Elite Academic Academy turns academic excellence into real-world achievement. SOAR builds bridges between the strongest and most dedicated scholars and the expectations of the cutting-edge professional world, specifically designing our program for gifted and advanced students to provide them with the challenges and opportunities they need to excel.

Guided by our 7 C’s:


Critical Thinking






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SOAR empowers students to develop their social intelligence and leadership skills through hands-on, project-based learning. By inviting the expertise of leading industry professionals, students gain direct insight into the dynamic expectations of today’s world. We nurture visionary leaders who drive innovation and positively impact their communities, turning education into action and shaping the future of industries worldwide.


Summer Programs

Kindergarten - 3rd grade:

Eaglet Authors – Partnered with Student Treasures Publishing

  • Students collaboratively co-author and illustrate a class book. 

Re-Inventing Machines – Partnered with Digital Media Academy

  • Written by Stanford Educators
    • Re- Inventing Machines will introduce students to simple machines such as levers, pulleys, wheels/axles, pulleys, planes, and screws – tools that shaped the development of human societies. After learning about these simple machines, students will learn about some of the machines that make modern life possible (e.g., internal combustion engines and turbines for energy). With an understanding of the machines that shape our world, students will take part in creative challenges to re-imagine and redesign machines to tackle problems of modern life.
  • May use Elijah Waithe, not the other students
  • Previous Class video of students explaining their projects
  • Join SOAR’s Interest List for other STEAM Courses or Intensives:


Coming This Fall

English 9 A/B: Advanced Honors

Course Description: English 9: Advanced Honors is part of the SOAR Cohort, designed to equip students for future success through diverse topic exploration, deep engagement in the publication process, and advanced skill development. This course prepares students for high school, college, and future careers.

Curriculum Focus: Students will explore classic literature through a self-selected lens. The curriculum emphasizes:

  • Deep engagement in the publication process
  • Learning from guest speakers and diverse texts
  • Hands-on approaches to develop advanced reading, writing, and communication skills
  • Gaining practical knowledge applicable to real-life situations

Project-Based Learning: The course includes project-based learning, allowing students to craft their own pieces and understand the significance of their work beyond the classroom. Students will have opportunities to impact other readers and writers, contributing to the community.

Culminating Activity: The course culminates in a reflective portfolio, which includes community service projects, showcasing students’ growth, achievements, and their impact on the community throughout the year.

Join SOAR’s English 9 A/B:

Advanced Honors Interest List

Science 6 A/B: Advanced Honors

Course Description: Honors Science 6 A/B integrates project-based learning (PBL), design thinking methodologies, and engineering design principles with scientific theory to delve into the captivating interactions between Earth’s systems, life cycles, and energy dynamics. This course provides an in-depth exploration of the intricate relationships between various systems and the factors influencing their growth, including the mechanisms behind the reproduction of plants and animals.

Curriculum Focus: The curriculum covers fundamental concepts such as cells and the hierarchical organization of living organisms. Students will:

  • Explore Earth’s systems, life cycles, and energy dynamics
  • Understand the reproduction mechanisms of plants and animals
  • Investigate the hierarchical organization of living organisms

Project-Based Learning: Students actively engage in hands-on projects and design challenges with real-world applications. Each unit incorporates contributions to communities, allowing students to apply their knowledge and skills in meaningful ways. Industry experts are involved to provide insights and guidance, enhancing the learning experience.

Key Components:

  • Project-Based Learning: Engage in hands-on projects related to Earth’s systems, life cycles, and energy dynamics, guided by industry experts.
  • Design Thinking Methodologies: Utilize creative problem-solving techniques to tackle scientific challenges.
  • Engineering Design Principles: Apply engineering concepts to design and build solutions to real-world problems.
  • Community Contributions: Each unit includes activities that contribute to local communities, fostering a sense of responsibility and connection.
  • Industry Experts: Collaborate with industry professionals who provide expertise and mentorship, enriching the educational experience.

Immersive Experiences: Through these immersive experiences, students will gain a profound understanding of how these systems function and interact, fostering a deeper appreciation for the wonders of the natural world.

Join SOAR’s Science 6 A/B:

Advanced Honors Interest List



Model UN 5th-8th grade

SOAR’s Model UN Club Overview

SOAR’s Model United Nations (Model UN) Club offers students a unique opportunity to step into the roles of real-world leaders to discuss and address pressing global issues. Participants are assigned a country and a committee, where they thoroughly research their nation’s stance on various topics. During sessions, students debate, negotiate, and collaborate with delegates from other countries to form blocs. These blocs work together to draft comprehensive documents outlining the identified problems and proposed solutions.

The final stage involves presenting these documents to the committee, where they are debated and voted on for adoption and implementation. Through this process, students not only gain a deeper understanding of international relations but also develop a range of valuable skills, including:

  • Public Speaking: Enhancing communication and presentation abilities.
  • Leadership: Taking charge of discussions and guiding group decisions.
  • Research: Conducting thorough and effective research on assigned topics.
  • Global Awareness: Understanding diverse perspectives and global issues.
  • Organizational Skills: Managing information and coordinating tasks efficiently.
  • Confidence: Building self-assurance in presenting and defending ideas.
  • Interpersonal Skills: Improving teamwork and collaboration with peers.
  • Networking: Forming connections with like-minded students and mentors.

Join the Interest List SOAR’s Model UN Club to become a part of this enriching experience and develop skills that will serve you well beyond your academic career.

Join the Interest List SOAR's Model UN Club to become a part of this enriching experience and develop skills that will serve you well beyond your academic career.

MOEMS (Mathematical Olympiad Elementary and Middle School)

MOEMS® Overview

MOEMS® (Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools) offers monthly problem-solving contests designed to engage and challenge elementary and middle school students. Our program features two divisions: the Elementary division for grades 4-6 and the Middle School division for grades 6-8, with each team able to enroll up to 35 students.

Program Details:

  • Contests: Five monthly contests (November through March), each featuring five unique problems with detailed solutions.
  • Previous Years’ Problems: Access to 50 problems and solutions from the previous two years.
  • Awards Package: Includes certificates for all participants, medals for top scorers, award patches, silver and gold pins for top percentages, and the prestigious George Lenchner Medallion for perfect scores.
  • Administration: Contests must be administered simultaneously to all students either on paper or online.


MOEMS® is open to all types of schools (public, private, parochial, home schools, institutes) and individuals (with restrictions). Interested individuals should contact us directly for registration details.

Program Goals:

  • Stimulate enthusiasm and love for mathematics.
  • Introduce new mathematical concepts.
  • Teach problem-solving strategies.
  • Develop mathematical flexibility and intuition.
  • Foster creativity and ingenuity in mathematics.
  • Provide the joy and thrill of solving mathematical challenges.
  • Cultivate an appreciation of mathematics.

Join the Interest List for MOEMS® to inspire and challenge young minds through the joy of mathematics!