EBLA H.S. Academy
E.B.L.A. Academy was started in 1999. The original purpose of the Academy was to allow gifted students the opportunity to work at a faster than normal pace.
They could attend school year round with the possibility of graduating earlier.
Admission was based on interview only in which each student had to showcase some hidden or obvious talent.
In 2001, we opened our doors to begin taking on students from traditional school systems.
We no longer work with only gifted students, but students from all walks of life.
We have come to realize that when everyone is given a sincere and enriching opportunity, they can accomplish anything.
This is why our initials stand for Education Brings Leadership and Achievement.
Our mascot is a globe because we have a universal approach to learning and have worked with students from all over the world.
Summer School Offered
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 29%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Select science and math courses
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Summer Program Cost
Summer Program Cost Notes
The cost is per half unit.
National avg.: 85%
- The purpose of E.B.L.A. is to provide a challenging and versatile education that will enable students to be successful and productive citizens who will have a positive impact on the world. This is why our symbol is the globe. The philosophy of E.B.L.A. is that all students are capable of learning and accomplishing any goal with a little hard work. We choose not offer AP courses because most of our students enroll in the dual enrollment program (taking college courses while still in high school). This gives the students an opportunity to earn high school and college credit. It can also help reduce their time spent in college post secondary school.
I love this school it has helped my son so much. He is getting high grade now the teachers really encouraged him and he really has a lot of respect for them so he wants to do good.
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