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Welcome to Eagle's Landing Christian Academy, where we have been empowering students to impact the world since 1970. 


The Student Handbook is intended to inform the ELCA community about policies and procedures concerning students. It consolidates information from many sources on a variety of topics. It seeks to assist in the orientation of new students and to provide all students with an up-to-date reference on significant matters relating to ELCA life.  

It is the responsibility of each student/parent to be knowledgeable of the contents of this handbook. For their own benefit, students are urged to familiarize themselves with all relevant portions of the Student Handbook and ask for clarification of any information by contacting the administration of their respective school.

We trust you will find your Student Handbook helpful throughout the year.

Eagle's Landing Christian Academy is a gospel-centered, Kingdom-focused, college preparatory school that exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the glory of God.

 

Students, it is our prayer that your experience at ELCA will not only challenge you to reach academic heights and provide an environment for character development, but most importantly, establish a foundation for growth in your relationship with Jesus Christ that you will build upon all your life.  Our administration, faculty and staff will pray for you daily as you discern God's will for your life.

STUDENT

GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

ACADEMIC GUIDANCE

College Counseling

Email: Heather Reagan or Misty Weber

ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE

Testing (MERIT) Accommodations

MERIT Classes:  Grades 6-12

Elementary Reading Programs: Grades K-2 and 3-5

Elementary Math Program: Grades 3-5

Speech

Senate Bill 10

THE SUPPORT NETWORK

ELCA offers a network of specific staff members to whom students can go if they wish to talk about a mental health issue.  This list is not exhaustive.  Students can go to any person within the school to discuss psychological/emotional/spiritual issues.  Notwithstanding, this network provides adults on campus who are available to assist as needed.  Predominantly, these individuals will connect the student with resources in which the focus is prevention, intervention, positive development, and regular communication between school and families. Most importantly, though, the goal of this network is to glorify God. He is the Wonderful Counselor (Isaiah 9:6), Great Healer (Psalm 103:3), Eternal Helper (John 14:16) Restorer of the Broken-hearted (Psalm 147:3) and Keeper of Perfect Peace (Isaiah 26:3).  Our staff is committed to assisting our students and their families by pointing them to the only ONE who can truly meet their needs. Through these resources, the focus is prevention, intervention, positive development, and regular communication between school and families.

 

Members of the Support Network represent a school-wide commitment to improve mental health recognition and to provide beneficial resources in supporting students who are experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, or eating disorders. We are excited to discover more ways to impact our students to ensure their positive well-being. 

ELCA does not tolerate bullying, harassment, or intimidation of any sort.  Principals and the school counselor will thoroughly assess and intervene any such suspicions.  Many preventative efforts are made through our Kingdom Educational foundation and Biblical Worldview approach to behavioral expectations.  Our chapel services, Unity Counsel, Student government accountability groups, and more each promote proper treatment of others.  Any deviation is quickly identified and addressed. 

In any instance whereby child abuse or neglect is suspected, the staff member will immediately notify a principal and/or the School Counselor.  The student will be evaluated and referred to the governmental authorities as determined appropriate by these individuals and as consistent with Mandatory Reporting laws.  Mandated Reporters are not required to notify guardians of an official report of child abuse or neglect.  ELCA will disclose this information as deemed safe and appropriate. Georgia Code for Child Abuse and Neglect

 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker: Mrs. Holly Capp

INITIATIVES IN CONNECTION WITH THE SUPPORT NETWORK

Indirect Counseling

  • Bible Class – financial planning, inductive studies, worldview formation, mentoring, sex education,abstinence, social justice, rebellion, risk-taking, mental health, etc.

  • Accountability groups

  • Chapels on living victoriously, peer relations, social media, vaping, honesty, integrity

  • Leadership seminars (such as SLI)

  • Wilds’ 4-day Spiritual Retreat

  • Professional Counselor's classroom presentations on body image, self-image, anxiety, healthy friendships, harassment/bullying, emotional regulation, healthy habits, pornography, technology, organization, and more.

 

Self Esteem Building

  • Awards ceremonies

  • Whitewater rafting for seniors

  • Peer accountability groups

  • Wilds’ ropes courses/hikes

  • Life Time Sports class

 

Life Preparedness/Career Readiness

  • Guidance Counseling - Mrs. Weber

  • Personality inventory for life skill strengths

  • Disney Senior trip (learning to navigate independence)

  • Transition lectures for middle and high school students

  • Orientation for rising seniors and their parents discussing college/career requirements upon graduation

  • World Impact Mission trips

  • Safe Driving lectures/classes

  • Lower school parent articles

 

Staff Development

  • Book study

  • Continuing Education on mental health, physical health, spiritual health, cultural diversity

 

Cultural Diversity

  • Diversity Council

  • Historic Excursions

  • Curriculum Integration

  • Grace Week

  • Taste of ELCA

  • Classroom Discussions

  • Chapel Integration

 

School Cohesiveness

  • Grade Level Overnight Trips (Rock Eagle, St. Augustine, The Wilds, Walt Disney World, Creation Museum, Washington DC)

  • Mission Trips

  • Academic/Cultural Multi-night Excursions

  • Senior Rafting trip

  • Pep Rallies

  • Student council

 

Crisis Intervention

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Holly Capp

  • Ethnic Unity Liaison, Gilbert Fields

  • School Resource Officer, Jacob Hearn

  • Licensed Nurse, Linda Payne

  • Concealed-carry staff members

  • Onsite active shooter training for faculty and staff

  • Regular drills with students for emergency preparedness (tornado, fire, active shooter, etc.)

  • Eagles Landing Counseling Center (licensed professional counselors)

OTHER RESOURCES

COUNSELING

ACADEMIC AWARDS

The Leadership Scholarship sponsored by the Student Council is available to all seniors. The recipient of this scholarship will demonstrate the attributes specific to Student Council’s mission: leadership, service, academic integrity, and exemplary representation of Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy’s spirit.

To apply for this scholarship, a student must meet the following criteria: 1) be eligible to receive the Hope scholarship, 2) submit a letter of reference from a faculty member which attests to the student’s eligibility for consideration, 3) submit evidence of admissions to a post-secondary institution for the upcoming fall, and 4) submit a completed application by the due date. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

STUDENT COUNCIL LEADERSHIP COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

2023-2024

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD

President – Kristen Capp and Lauren Lee

Vice President – Elizabeth Lewis

Chaplains - Luke Gross, Audrey An Meletio and Nyla Osmani

Public Relations - Sydney Craddock and Kennedy Lilly

Unity Board President - Nico Mathew

Unity Board Vice President - Madison Norwood

Webmaster - Matthew Johnson

Finance - Alex Cook

 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS

President – Bryson Fields

Vice-President – Amber Hensel

Unity Board Representative - Joshua Banks

Reporter - Mariah Monroig

 

JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS

President – Allison Hinton

Vice-President – Jack Shuler

Unity Board Representative - Grace Lee and Kaila Leslie

Reporter - Eli Phillips

 

SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS

President – Reagan Harris

Vice-President – Emily Moghaddam

Unity Board Representative - Christopher Craddock

Reporter - Ana Corales

TECHNOLOGY

RESOURCES

COMMON CORE ALIGNED MATH APPS FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

 

​Widget - A Widget is a stand-alone application that can be embedded into third-party sites by any user on a page where they have rights of authorship, e.g. a webpage, blog, or profile on a social media site.  The following 3 widgets were curated by Chris Beyerle and embedded on this page offering applications that are aligned to the Common Core.

 MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES

  •  Symbaloo - A Symbaloo is a visual bookmarking tool that makes it simple and fun to organize your favorite websites at your fingertips.

Eagle's Landing Christian Academy believes that to be competitive in a global economy we need a technology–rich environment to prepare students for life in the 21st century. In a very competitive, digital economy, educational technology is one of the critical components for providing the tools our students need in order to reach their full potential. It is our goal to provide technology integrated standards based curriculum that will allow our students to acquire the skills needed to be successful in the 21st century’s global community and workforce.  

 

If you have any questions regarding ELCA's technology integration program and plans, please contact Denise Martin.

K-12 INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY

EDUCATIONAL APPS FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

LUMINESCENCE

Student Literary Magazine

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