EATC functions as a private school, with the right to issue credits, transcipts and diplomas in Virginia. Your daughter can continue her academic training at the Middle and High School levels using Alpha Omega's Ignitia online learning platform. She will work with our staff one-on-one for tutoring in the major content areas of English, Mathematics, Science, Physical Health Education, and History and Geography.
In addition to her academics, your daughter will be highly engaged in daily biblical studies. With over 700+ hours of discipleship classes, she will work on independent biblical contracts as well group studies taught by staff, which will all afford your daughter elective credit on her final transcript.
She will be taught basic Biblical principles like salvation and forgiveness, as well as more intense topics such as conflict resolution, managing emotions and temptation, overcoming peer pressure, creating healthy boundaries, and so much more!
Our students participate daily in life skills training. Each girl is assigned an area of the house to clean and maintain daily. They also learn to keep their personal belongings neat and tidy. Students participate in campus beatification, which includes yard work, indoor painting, and outdoor cleaning. Students assist in cutting wood for our outdoor furnace. These experiences teach skills for success as your daughter prepares to enter adulthood: To be responsible at home as well as in the workplace.
Your daughter will take part in community service projects to teach her how to care for others. We serve in places like our local food bank and nursing home. We sing and share testimonies at various churches with our Girls' Choir.
We believe that regular physical activity is important for emotional and physical wellbeing. In the summer months, students are active through door-to-door fundraising, where staff and students walk in local neighborhoods. In the fall, spring, and winter, students participate in group exercise three times per week.
We place a significant emphasis on Fine Arts. Girls who have become self-destructive can learn to be creative again. During their tenure, students engage regularly in therapeutic art journaling and participate in a week-long Art Retreat with a biblical emphasis.
Students help their families lower tuition costs through local door-to-door fundraising during the summer months. Your daughter will learn important skills like communication, leadership, road safety, handling money, and following directions.