High School Program

EHA HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM

Emerald Heights Academy High School serves 9th through 11th grade students, offering classical liberal arts instruction three days each week during the school year. Courses offered include::

History – Ancient Greece/Rome, Medieval/Renaissance, American, and Modern History in rotation
English – In conjunction with History. Includes Composition
Catholic Studies – Using the Didache Series
Latin – Wheelock I and II
Science – Chemistry/Physics and Biology in rotation
Math – Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II

EHA HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY

Julianne Flynn has taught History classes for middle and high school homeschooled students since 2004, and Literature and Biology at the high school level for the past two years. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of San Francisco, and also graduated from the Saint Ignatius Institute, a Catholic Liberal Arts program also at USF.

April Bauer has taught Latin for 14 years at various academic levels including high school and college. She was the full-time Latin teacher and International Language Chair at O’Dea High School in Seattle from 2006 to 2014. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Latin and Classics from University of Washington, April also completed a year of post-graduate studies in Latin and Italian at Duke University and earned a Master’s degree in Classics at San Francisco State University.

TUITION AND FEES

Tuition* – 2019-2020 Academic Year
    1st Child      $5,900
    2nd Child    $4,700
Fees
    Application Fee      $95 per student
    Enrollment Fee      $210 per student


*Books, uniforms, and personal school supplies are not included in tuition. 

HOW TO APPLY

To apply, please download and complete the following three forms:

Now Enrolling!

Call 425-643-1671 or email us to schedule a tour or for more information.

EHA High School Featured on Sound Insight w/ Tom Curran

Liberal education is conservative in this way: it defends order against disorder. In its practical effects, liberal education works for order in the soul, and order in the republic. Liberal learning enables those who benefit from its discipline to achieve some degree of harmony within themselves.”

Russell Kirk