A free, public K-12 charter school with locations in rural communities of Utah!

Mission & Vision


Provide modern educational reform opportunities to rural communities, using a blend of modern technology, traditional structures, and family involvement.


Athenian eAcademy is dedicated to delivering a rigorous, standards-based education utilizing blended technology in a unique multi-satellite model across rural communities to create operation scale, yet remaining small enough in each rural community to provide school choice options that fit within smaller, rural communities. Currently choice options in these small, rural communities are limited to zoned, home or purely virtual school options. By cultivating a community of learning and academic excellence, Athenian eAcademy will bolster the number of at-risk students who are academically prepared for college work.

At Athenian eAcademy we honor and respect our flag and those who have fought to defend it. All scholars and staff are asked to stand and hold our right hand to our hearts when presenting the flag, reciting the pledge of Allegiance and the singing of our National Anthem.  Even though we have differences, we encourage civility towards all, especially during patriotic events.

Did you know these 10 fun fact about our national flag?
  • Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the American flag on June 14, 1777.
  • For a while, the U.S. added stripes and stars to the flag when welcoming new states. At one point, the flag has 15 stripes and 15 stars. As the country continued to add new states, they decided to go back to the 13 stripes for the original 13 colonies.
  • The colors of the flag have important meanings. Red symbolizes hardiness and valor, white symbolizes purity and innocence and blue represents vigilance, perseverance and justice.
  • The first Flag Day observance was on June 14,1885, when 19-year-old school teacher Bernard J. Cigrand placed a 38-inch star flag in a bottle on his desk. He assigned essays about the flag and its significance.
  • In 1894, the governor of New York directed that the flag be displayed on all public buildings on June 14.
  • On May 30, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation establishing Flag Day as the anniversary of the Flag Resolution.
  • On August 3, 1949, President Truman signed an Act of Congress that would designate June 14 of each year as National Flag Day.
  • When the flag can no longer be repaired or used, it must be destroyed in a dignified matter, such as burning.
  • If dirty or soiled, an American flag may be washed and dry cleaned.
  • If a flag touches the ground, it does not have to be destroyed. Instead, just wash it if it’s dirty.