Welcome to Eagle Tech Academy

  • Founded as a member of the New Tech Network, students at ETA find success through small-group interactions and project  based learning that develop character, integrity and compassion for others. The focus at Eagle Tech Academy is on creating learning experiences for students—not just content knowledge, but skills that are critical for future success. Students at ETA experience real-world learning opportunities, facilitated by highly qualified teachers and influenced by regional businesses and community partners. A well-rounded program, students can take part in several general studies courses, as well as extracurricular and athletic activities offered at CCHS. At Eagle Tech, we are committed to a collaborative, meaningful education experiences.

ETA News

  • What is "Eagle Tech Academy?"

    Eagle Tech Academy, a program of Columbia City High School, is located in Columbia City, Indiana. A member of the New Tech Network of schools, ETA focuses on creating a school culture that fosters collaboration, develops critical skills (Communication, Agency, and Problem solving), and emphasizes the Core Values of Trust, Respect, and Responsibility. A rigorous learning environment that will prepare students for Any college or career path!

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  • Eagle Tech Academy Freshman Application

    If you are interested in submitting an application for the 2022-2023 school year, please follow the link below.

    ETA will be accepting applications until December 15th, 2021.

    2022-2023 Eagle Tech Academy Application

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  • Device Protection Plan

    Students will have the option to enroll in a Device Protection Plan for the 2021-2022 school year.  The optional Device Protection Plan costs $20.  Participation in the plan protects school-issued student Chromebooks and iPads against ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE, FIRE, FLOOD, NATURAL DISASTERS, POWER SURGE, VANDALISM, MECHANICAL FAILURE and MANUFACTURER DEFECTS. This plan will provide full replacement cost coverage (does not include chargers or cases) and will protect devices on and off school grounds.  The plan is limited to three claims.  Parents will be responsible for all costs related to incidents beyond the third claim.  The plan is also transferable to a replacement unit. All repairs regardless of participation in the Device Protection Plan must be handled by the WCCS Technology Department.

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