Welcome to Eagles Nest!
Eagle's Nest Christian Home Educators' Association is a support group for home educators in Coweta County and surrounding counties in Georgia.
Eagle's Nest has a membership of approximately 330 home school families. Members participate in a wide variety of activities. Eagle's Nest parents have also coordinated their talents to form weekly co-ops, which offers an even greater variety of activities for their children. Members of Eagle's Nest have access to a members only yahoo group and participate in several events throughout the year, including Eagle's Nest Family Fun Days and the Annual Membership Round Up.
We operate in Coweta County therefore our programs are closed if the Coweta County school system is closed due to weather. These programs include, Archery, Voyagers, Explorers, Bridge and Eluminatus
The purpose of Eagles' Nest Christian Home Educators Association (ENCHEA) is to provide support to Christian home educators in Coweta County and surrounding areas.
The Eagle's Nest Board of Directors is made up of up to five member families dedicated to leading and serving the Eagle's Nest family.
- Chris & Rhonda Abercrombie
- Rod & Darla Garrison
- Hank & Alicia Strickland
- Jamie & Lori Walker
- Kevin & Kelli Yarbrough
MAILING ADDRESS FOR THE EAGLE'S NEST TREASURER: P.O.BOX 158, SHARPSBURG, GA 30277
New to Homeschooling?
In order to participate in Field Trips, Voyagers, Explorers, Bridge, Eluminatus, Prom, Graduation, Women's Retreat, and Presidential Service Award, you must be a member of Eagle's Nest. Click on the tabs above for information on our programs!! Registration begins at round-up.
- ENCHEA Bylaws
- 2016-17 Payment Slip
- 2016-2017 Yearbook Order Form (for more info see the Yearbook Info page)
- 2016-17 Eagle's Nest Registration Form
- ENCHEA Field Trip Guidelines
- National Honor Society Application and Rho Omicron Guidelines
- Eagles Nest Transcription Service, Information, Enrollment, Fees
- Eluminatus and Bridge click on the programs tab
Eagle's Nest Christian Homeschoolers Association is a privately-operated organization and receives no federal, state or government assistance. We accept families regardless of race or national origin. The submission of registration application does not insure admittance. Admittance depends upon the approval of the administration upon review of the registration application. Initial admittance and ongoing matriculation in ENCHEA is tentative and may be withdrawn if, in the judgement of the administration, the student and/or guardians are not in compliance with the policies of ENCHEA as indicated in the ByLaws.
Code of Conduct and Dress Code
General Dress Code: We encourage a modest Christian appearance at all times at EN events and programs including parents.
Children participating in EN Programs may wear the EN dress code T-shirt and/or hoodie.
Check with the individual Program for requirements.
Pants: Jeans, dress casual or cargo type pants are acceptable -no holes or patches above the knee, no underwear and no midriff or backside showing...wear extra layers or a belt if necessary, no sweat pants.
Boys, Shorts: Walking/Bermuda length shorts, no shorter that two inches above the top of the knee.
Girls, Skirts/shorts: No shorter than 2 inches above the knee.
Hats must be removed while in class.
Leggings are not to be worn as pants.
Swimwear: No bikinis will be allowed at any Eagles Nest function. Only one piece or tankini swimwear that completely covers the midriff may be worn.
ORDER YOUR EAGLES NEST DRESS CODE T-SHIRT OR HOODIE BY AUGUST 3RD 2016!! https://enchea.itemorder.com/
Official Dress Code for Eagle's Nest Events designated Formal or Semi-Formal. Refer to the Prom Protocol for specific direction for Eagles Nest Prom.
Young Men – Formal - Tuxedo or suit, Semi-formal – long pants, collared shirts, (coats and ties are optional) no t- shirts or jeans.
Young Ladies – dresses - the shortest part of the hem should be 2" above the knee. Please have dresses altered to avoid immodesty. No strapless or cut-outs along the body of the dress, this is not appropriate for an Eagles Nest event. Please make alterations as necessary. (add straps or add matching opaque fabric as needed)
Conduct: Please be on your best behavior for the night. We want to leave a good impression as Christians and as homeschoolers. Improprieties such as drinking any alcoholic beverages (before or during), smoking, cursing, BEING DISRESPECTFUL, open and blatant public displays of affection and any type of substance abuse are not appropriate for Eagles Nest events and will not be tolerated, parents may be called and asked to pick up anyone that violates the rules.
The on-duty adults (chaperones, parent-squad, hall monitors, tutors) have the right to determine any other issues. There will be consequences for any violations and the opportunity to continue to go to Eagles Nest events, functions, and dances depends on the behavior displayed.
Please remember we are the light of Christ in the world and we need to act accordingly, think before you do something, when in doubt, don't!