Step 1: Assign a student to each
If this is your first time with Abeka
Academy, you’ll create a profile for the children you’re enrolling, each with their
own login. Then assign the appropriate enrollment to each student.
Step 2: Choose format and program.
First, choose your media format:
streaming video or DVD. If you’re concerned about your broadband speed, our
bandwidth tester will let you know whether or not your Internet speed is sufficient.
Next, you’ll choose between our accredited program and unaccredited. If you
can’t decide, call one of our advisors and they can help you choose. Keep in mind
that if you choose accredited, you’ll have to confirm that you are indeed the parent
or legal guardian of the enrollee. Finally, if you’re enrolling a high schooler in
the accredited program, you’ll have the option of choosing digital assessments or
Step 3: A couple of bonus steps for
parents of middle school or high school students.
Pick the courses they’ll take. Also,
if you purchased books with your enrollment, choose whether you want printed
textbooks or digital textbooks.
NOTE: Abeka has a recommended track
of study for each grade but we offer you flexibility in the classes you choose for
Step 4: Pick your start date.
You can start any day of the week and
choose a different start date for each child you enroll. We’ll set up a schedule
designed to finish 10 months from your start date. But you’ll have a full 12 months
to complete it if you need to.
NOTE: Don’t be surprised if the first
few weeks are grayed out. We need some time to deliver your books.
Step 5: The enrollment agreement.
After you read over the agreement,
click “Yes, I agree” and leave your digital signature. NOTE: If you selected
unaccredited, that’s it. You’re done. If you picked accredited, keep reading.
Step 6: Proof of completion.
We’ll provide a detailed list of the
information we need to ensure that your child has successfully completed the
subjects necessary to begin this grade enrollment. You can download and form and
mail it in, or enter the information into the computer. Once you’ve completed this
step, you’re done!