• Curriculum

  • Language, Literacy and Communication

    ECA uses Abeka Book,  Switched On Schoolhouse (SOS)Christian Light, and Ace Pace.  These four sources provide materials using the traditional approach that has proven successful over many years in education.

    For example, SOS is a computer-based curriculum that is integrated with the Common Core standards and international benchmarks. These standards serve as a consistent set of expectations for what students should learn. They ensure that every student is on task for college and career readiness.

    Professionally illustrated textbooks and teaching aids, hands-on activities, challenging assignments, purposeful repetition, and the reinforcement of concepts from subject to subject provide all the tools necessary to make learning interesting, engaging, and memorable.‚Äč
     
     
  • Information on Uniforms

  • ECA students are required to wear the school uniform Monday through Friday.
    During the school year, there are scheduled days where uniforms are not worn; these days will be announced to the faculty.
     
    On Fridays, students can dress down in regular, appropriate attire for $2, or they can wear red, white, forest green, or navy blue polo shirts with black or navy blue bottoms and all-black shoes.
     
    The uniform provides a variety so that students can mix and match components for different locks that comply with the ECA uniform code:
    • Socks for boys are navy blue. • Socks for girls are navy or white. • Shoes for regular use are black or brown, with no additional colors.
    • All shirts and sweaters should be imprinted with the school name.
     
    Uniforms can only be purchased through the following businesses:
     
     
    Every student MUST be in school uniform Monday through Thursday. Please contact the school for specific questions regarding the uniform.
  • Parental Involvement - Be a Hands-on Parent

  • The Emmanuel Coastal Academy Home & School Association is an independent, parent-driven organization committed to supporting Christian education and promoting the welfare of children and youth. The Home & School Association strives to give parents an understanding of what’s happening at the school and to help them be informed, constructive partners with educators. We strive to create an atmosphere where teachers and administrators can do their best work – and so can our children.

  • In addition to academics, we also work on life skills, such as balancing a checking account, job training and keeping a schedule. Students also learn off campus by taking field trips and creating hands-on projects. Emmanuel Coastal Academy offers more than just academics. At Emmanuel Coastal Academy we are known as the home of the Dolphins. ECA also offer clubs such as Drama, Music, and Bible.  See our programs for more information. 

    We serve breakfast and lunch daily. 


    Our school also is very proud of our zero tolerance policy on bullying. 

  • Unlocking Every Student's Potential