Individual Learning Projects (topic: student’s choice) were more informal and held over Zoom this spring with around 40 people in attendance.
Three seniors graduated in our first ever “drive-in” ceremony with 30 vehicles filled with cheering fans joining us in the parking lot to honor our graduates.
A message from our executive director about schooling during a pandemic and what NCA has done to serve God during these unprecedented times.
Last week, we showcased the students’ hard work this semester with Individual Learning Project (ILP) presentations on the topic of conspiracy theories.
At the end the school year, each of our students presented their Individual Learning Projects (ILP), a research project about a country of interest to him or her.
We had a great time celebrating our 2019 graduate, Kenneth, on June 3rd! We are excited to see where God will take him as he works toward his future goals.
Last week, our students presented Individual Learning Projects all about diseases to friends, family, and supporters of the school. As always, we learned so much and had a wonderful afternoon.
At the end of the school year, our students presented their second semester Individual Learning Projects (ILPs) and showed off their new knowledge of historical events of the past 100 years.
Today, we’re sharing the testimony of one of our dear students, Kenneth. He says, “This is not only my story — God deserves the credit — it’s His story.”
We had a great time celebrating our 2018 graduates on June 5th! We graduated four outstanding seniors this spring and one last semester, and we are so excited to see where the Lord will take them in the future.
The students are taking drama classes 3 times a week for a month to prepare them for public speaking during their Individual Learning Projects in December.
This year, NCA celebrates 5 years of success. It seems only fitting that 5 successful graduates finished strong, our largest graduating class ever!