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Coronavirus + Temporary Enrollment

Are you worried about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your child’s safety and education?


With the surge of reported cases of COVID-19 worldwide, it’s no wonder that parents are concerned about their children’s health and welfare at school. Schools across the United States are closed to disinfect their campus after known exposure to the virus. Epidemiologists are predicting wide-spread longer-term school closures in the coming months which will leave millions of American students without a classroom. Unfortunately, most school districts are not prepared to conduct classes in a remote learning environment once this happens.


Enlightium Academy (Enlightium) is accepting temporary enrollments for the last quarter of the 2019-2020 school year. Once enrolled, your student will finish up eight (8) weeks of courses and earn 0.25 credits. For students who may be further behind, this can be extended into the summer to keep your student on track.


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Providing a Safer Alternative to Attending School


With Enlightium Academy, you can provide your child a safe learning environment at home while they take courses online and finish the school year on time. Most students can finish the last quarter of the school year within eight weeks. Once the quarter is complete, your student has several options. If Enlightium ends up being a good long-term fit for your student, you may elect to withdraw from your current school and transfer to Enlightium for the coming school year as a full-time or part-time student. For temporary enrollment, you can transfer the credits earned at Enlightium Academy back to your school of choice once they are completed. It’s a simple way to get peace of mind knowing that you’ve done everything you can to protect your child and prevent them from falling behind academically.


Frequently Asked Questions


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What is the best source of information about the coronavirus for families?

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is the best source of information. Visit the CDC website to read their guidance on what you can do to protect your family.

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