Enrollment forms, detailed course descriptions, class schedules, and tuition payment can be found at the links below.
Eagle’s Nest Eluminatus offers both high school and middle school courses. Eluminatus high school is a college preparatory program that works alongside homeschool families to meet high school graduation goals. The objective of the Eluminatus high school program is to connect outstanding, credentialed tutors with parents where additional help is desired, in a loving and Christian environment.
The Eagle’s Nest Eluminatus middle school program prepares students for the routine and rigors of high school course work while learning note taking, meeting deadlines, testing, doing science labs, and working with peers. Students will be given assignments to complete at home and turn in for a grade each week. Middle school courses are not intended to be “enrichment”, they are more like formal school with all of the expectations of homework and testing. This is a place to make mistakes and learn from them in a loving and Christian environment.
Students may register for one or more high school/middle school courses each year. Here is a sampling of what you will find detailed in the course description catalog any given year.
High School Courses:
English: Freshman English, American Lit. I&II, World Lit.
Math: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry
Science: Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, 4th Science – Physics, Anatomy and Physiology, Forensic Science
Social Science: U.S History, World History, Government and Economics
Electives: Art, Bible, Apologetics, Spanish 1, 2 & 3, Sign Language 1, 2, Health, Computer Science, Test Prep, Personal Finance, Photography, Music Appreciation, Yearbook Production, Physical Education, Drama
Middle School Course:
Language Arts: Grammar, Writing, and Literature at different levels
Math: Foundations in MS Math, Saxon 6/5, 7/6, 8/7, Algebra 1/2 (Pre-Algebra)
Science: STEAM Science, MS Pre-Biology
History: World History/Geography and American History/Geography
Electives: Intro to Spanish, Intro to ASL, Art, Physical Education, Drama
Eluminatus Students: The typical student takes 2 to 4 courses with Eluminatus on Thursdays and spends an hour to an hour and a half on each subject daily at home the rest of the week. Student scores are accessible at all times through their online student account on ThinkWave. Students will participate in a classroom style setting with an emphasis on lab, lecture, or group activity to demonstrate mastering of the subject. Students taking more than one class have an opportunity to spend time with other students on campus.
Please note that you should not rely on Eluminatus to obtain your student’s entire core and electives for the year. Eluminatus is designed to support the parent where you need the most help.
Eluminatus high school elects a new student council each year. The student council plans occasional spirit days, high school events, and high school dances. Some of these may be open to all of Eagles Nest and some may be open to only Eluminatus high school students and/or middle school students.
Eluminatus high school students may participate in Eagles Nest’s Prom, Cap and Gown Graduation Ceremony and other Eagles Nest events. Check the Senior Page tab for details on these events.
Eluminatus participants MUST be members of Eagle’s Nest. You may review the Eagle’s Nest Bylaws and Registration Form by clicking on the appropriate link on the ENCHEA Home Page. You may join at any time, but everyone renews the annual Eagles Nest membership registration in June each year. You may register for classes before paying your annual Eagles Nest membership; your membership will be confirmed prior to classes starting.
Students with unique challenges are accepted to Eagle’s Nest programs on a case by case basis. Please reach out to the board and the program director before enrollment for a meeting to discuss needs, accommodations, and expectations.
EARLY ENROLLMENT is March 1st to June 30th, $60 per family. LATE ENROLLMENT is July 1st to July 15th, $75 per family. NO ENROLLMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JULY 15! The course descriptions, tuition, and enrollment forms are available online but must be mailed with your non-refundable enrollment fee. Space is limited; classes will close when they fill.
COURSES THAT HAVE NOT MET THE MINIMUM ENROLLMENT WILL BE DROPPED BY 7/15. NOTIFICATION WILL BE MADE BY EMAIL TO REGISTRANTS.
ORIENTATION and FINANCIAL COMMITMENT IS MANDATORY – There are no exceptions!
Please make arrangements to be at one of our orientations listed below. We want you to be fully informed as you sign your financial commitment. All students and at least one parent is required to attend one of the Orientation meetings and sign the Statement of Cooperation.
ORIENTATION AND PLACEMENT TESTING DATES:
Orientation #1: Monday, June 20th @ 7:00 PM, Crossroads Church, 2564 Sharpsburg McCullum Rd, Newnan
Orientation #2: Saturday, July 9th @ 10:00 AM, Crossroads Church, 2564 Sharpsburg McCullum Rd, Newnan
*NOTE: Placement Testing for ALL middle school math classes, Geometry, Algebra I, and Chemistry will begin 30 minutes prior to the orientation start time.
Financial commitment forms are signed at Orientation and include the following details:
Tuition by course, Lab or Materials fees, building rental, and if applicable, monthly finance charge. Materials and Lab Fees: due July 15th, non-refundable. The first tuition payment is due August 1st. If classes are dropped for low enrollment, your fees are refundable. If you drop classes after July 15th, you forfeit Materials and Lab fees. If you drop classes after August 1st, you must still pay your first semester tuition. Once classes begin, you are committed for one semester at a time. You must notify us no later than November 10th if you wish to drop the course for 2nd semester. If you do not notify us by Nov. 10, you will have to pay for the rest of 2nd semester even if you do not attend class.
ALL parents are required to serve on Parent Squad a minimum of 2 times during the year but may be more depending on the number of students you have enrolled. We offer morning and afternoon shifts to support the Director and keep our students safe. Parents are responsible for finding subs, when necessary, from the list of parents distributed to registered Eluminatus families or face a fine and/or dismissal from the program. Parents are welcome at all times. Parents that are driving from a great distance are welcome to stay for the day. A parent no-show may result in a $50 fine or dismissal of the student from the program. If your student is enrolled in classes on Mondays and Thursdays, you will be required to serve on parent squad on both days.
Student Grades are available to parents online through the tutor’s online gradebook, ThinkWave. Instructions for using the grade book will be given to the parent.
High school coursework at Eluminatus is NOT a guarantee of an accredited transcript nor affiliation with its CEEB school code as issued by the Georgia Accrediting Commission. However, ALL high school students taking courses at Eluminatus are given a report card that may be given to an accreditation counselor or recorded with an unaccredited transcript.
A high school accredited transcript (and diploma) may be obtained for an additional fee on an accredited track from our GAC Center Manager. To use this service, you MUST sign up at the beginning of the school year.
For Accredited Transcription Information Contact:
Kate Walker – Eluminatus GAC Center Manager and Transcription Service: ENCHEA.firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have received Eagle’s Nest accreditation services in the past and have a request for student records or a transcript, please complete the Document Request Form and mail or email to Jennifer Switzer at ENtranscripts@gmail.com / 303 Silverbell Lane, Sharpsburg, GA 30277. For student records prior to 2017, a $5.00 charge payable to Venmo @Jennifer-Switzer-18 or by check is required prior to fulfillment of request.
Document Request Form *The document request form is only for those with accreditation.
Homeschool parents may create their own high school diploma and transcript on an independent, non-accredited track. All standardized testing, NCAA, NAIA, and other collegiate organization documentations are completed as a non-accredited, traditional homeschool student. Please use the homeschool code and not the Eagle’s Nest school code when completing the ACT or SAT. *Be sure to maintain your own records by printing/saving grades from ThinkWave each year for that purpose.
We look forward to assisting your student with their middle school or high school education. We pray this program will bless your family and provide the assistance necessary for a successful school year. Our tutors work very hard to provide your student with an engaging program that will prepare them for the future.
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MONDAY CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 8, 2022
THURSDAY CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 11, 2022
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