Everman Academy High School would like to congratulate our inaugural class of 2012 graduates! Our graduates have reaped the rewards of their hard work and commitment to excellence. This hard work manifested improved grades, GPA and high performance on the state exit level exams. We watched in awe as our students grew more confident when they realized they had the power to achieve their dreams and reach for the stars with their own effort and determination. These graduates have a bright future ahead with many of them already enrolled on college campuses to begin the next stage of their lives. EAHS graduating class of December, 2012, We salute you!
Our Youth and Government team participated in the district meet on Saturday, December 1st, 2012. All of the students who participated had their bills pass to the state meet in Austin, Texas. Carling Lang’s bill passed while Brandon and Bryan Angton’s presentation received 5th place in State Affairs. Boaz Reid and Tiana Lewis received 4th place in the same program area. Terrell Foster received a Distinguished Delegate Award. Amazingly, there were 175 students competing in the Legislative program area and ONLY 6 of these awards were given to students. EAHS wants to congratulate the sponsors, Mr. Witt and Ms. Gray, and the Youth and Government team on these accomplishments in their first year of competition!
What Is It?
Everman Academy High School is a school designed for students who have fallen behind on credits and are in danger of not graduating. The school is also created as a viable option for motivated students who may have dropped out to earn a high school diploma and work towards their academic goals.
Our mission is to partner with students, parents and community stakeholders to provide learning opportunities, support systems and guidance for students to complete graduation requirements and work towards entrance into college or career preparatory institutions.
The new high school will be housed in the Shelby Learning Center Building. Renovations are currently in progress to transform the building into a new welcoming space for students.
Everman Academy High School is designed to provide a framework of academics to enable students to meet graduations requirements by utilizing accelerated online instruction and classroom instruction in a small, supportive nontraditional academic environment.
This high school’s classes are offered in two 4-hour sessions to enable students to earn credits toward a high school diploma and college-readiness. Sessions will be from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Students will earn credits working on computer modules. The computer program will be available online for students to work at home. Students will be required to work at home so that more time can be dedicated to small group/individualized instruction during the school hours. Individual learning plans and targeted learning goals will be developed for each student.
Daily attendance is extremely important and expected for student success. Students must attend the session that they are assigned to because classroom space is limited.
Students with poor attendance will receive consequences that may include being withdrawn.