Horizons at EA faculty and embraced the challenge of a worldwide pandemic to provide a meaningful learning environment for young Horizons students through remote instruction.
EA transitioned to remote learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, and continued fully online through the first few weeks of the 2020-21 school year. Through our remote learning program, students are delivered an engaging educational experience in the safety of their homes.
EA's dedicated faculty have crafted meaningful instruction through the use of online tools - as well as their own creativity. While the pace and spaces of learning have changed since moving off campus, our school's commitment remains to partner with students to move our academic programs forward.
Eighteen Middle School students participated in a week-long course where each day they had the opportunity to meet a scientist studying in a different field through a program called "Skype a Scientist."
The 4th grade's Virtual Freedom Museum, "What Does It Mean To Be Free?" opened its doors to 4th grade families on Tuesday, May, 26.
Students in Mark Luff, Hon. and Heather Dupont, Hon.'s 8th grade English classes were virtually transported to a dark and dangerous island. The only way off: Solving puzzles related to Lord of the Flies.