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High School Program

The high school program includes parent/teacher mentoring so that students have an opportunity to be well-prepared for life after graduation. This program provides accountability and oversight while anticipating future vocational or college goals. Parents set their own college preparatory requirement standards in correlation with the ESA High School Graduation requirements.

ESA will provide:

  • A high school diploma upon completion of all the graduation requirements. Graduation requirements are set by ESA and are in compliance with the California Education Code graduation requirements.
  • Official school transcripts issued to another high school, colleges and scholarship programs of student's choice.
  • Student photo ID cards.
  • School ID code for proficiency tests and college exams.
  • A High School Handbook
  • A private meeting with a mentor prior to the first day of school to review and discuss subjects, course descriptions, course standards, and the full high school plan.
  • Four Progress Report meetings with the mentor.
  • Assistance in obtaining work permits when offered a job.

Parent/Teacher Agrees:

  • To submit subject details with Course Descriptions and Standards on-line prior to meeting with the mentor. If the parent/teacher needs help, then he/she should indicate that in the comment box on-line.
  • To fulfill ESA on-line record keeping requirements. See calendar for quarterly and semester recording deadlines.
  • To attend four MANDATORY pre-arranged Progress Report meetings during the school year.
  • To provide a quarterly sample of each subject at the four MANDATORY pre-arranged Progress Report meetings.
  • To test each year. Here are the options:
Test Option

* College-bound students should consider one of these tests.

Transfer Students

We welcome transfer students from public or private high schools, and we will accept the credits on their transcript. We will accept the parent's transcripts from students that have been home schooled, if the parent can fully document courses, grades, course descriptions, and course standards. Students must be in good standing with their previous school. We will not accept students that have been expelled from their previous school for legal, disciplinary, or truancy problems.


El Shaddai Academy has established guidelines to assist you in the education of your high school student. El Shaddai Academy is not accredited. We have not sought to be accredited by any governmental or private agency that would dictate the kind of courses, books, and teacher's qualifications for El Shaddai Academy. Therefore, it is important to note that if your student transfers back into a public high school there could be a questioning of credits earned and/or a denial of all credits earned while home schooling.



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