Is ECA Accredited?
ECA offers both an accredited and non-accredited program. Accreditation means that a large fee is paid for an independent agency of the school's choice to verify that it is meeting its own goals and standards. This in turn means a higher tuition. Being in a non-accredited program does NOT mean that a student will not be accepted into a public school. Also, it is NOT required for students to attend an accredited school to receive credits and attend college. In fact, some public schools are not accredited.
Will my child be taught by a certified teacher?
All of our classes are taught by certified Master Teachers, veteran teachers who are the best in their field. Our teachers are hired with prayerful consideration based on Christian Character, experience working with children in a classroom and their commitment to Christian Education.
Does the Virtual Class Program mean my child will watch TV all day?
The Virtual program is designed to work in concert with the on-site teacher. Average Virtual instruction time per day is 3 hours in 15-35 minute segments. During this time, your child is learning from the Master Teachers. The Virtual Lessons are interspersed with classroom interaction and frees our on-site teachers from the preparation and presentation of traditional classroom instruction, allowing them to concentrate on the needs of the students and spend the quality one-on-one time with them that would otherwise not be available in a traditional class setting.