Give your child a chance at real growth and development

The issue with public schools is that there is too much pressure on students and educators alike. There’s very little room for real growth as kids succumb to peer pressure, academic pressure and join in a rat race that does more harm than good.

If you notice that your child is unhappy, struggling with workload, and their self-esteem has taken a hit, give them the gift of private education. We’re here to facilitate independent learning for anyone who needs it, and we guarantee that your child will have improved self-esteem in no time.

Our Non-Discriminatory Policy

We have a stringent non-discriminatory policy that helps us ensure that your child receives equal opportunities and faces no discrimination on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, or other factors. This applies to all of our admission policies, the school-administered programs, loan and scholarship options, and more.

Our policy emphasizes that students are admitted based on their willingness and ability to pursue a high school diploma. We take a college preparatory approach to our mode of education, focusing on quality and holistic development.


“I knew where I wanted to head to for college since my freshman year because I’m an athlete, but public school was cutting into my practice time due to the rigid structure and schedule. Through the CEA, I managed to graduate in time, meet all my college requirements, and start school a semester early on a football scholarship. ”
Mark Huff
“My daughter is an incredibly gifted child, but public school didn’t allow her the space to thrive and blossom. Pulling her out and allowing her to pursue her educational interests and personal development side by side was the best decision my wife and I made. ”
Mark Huff
“When I decided to apply for college, I was informed I was a few credits short of qualifying for my major. I took up CEA’s credit recovery program, sat through summer school, and got myself a first-class ticket to my dream university.”
Mark Huff