National Christian Academy’s curriculum is taught in a God-center worldview. It is designed to prepare students for a successful college career, a life long Christian character, and a spiritual walk from beginning to end. Every student is taught Bible, foreign language, and physical education in addition to core curricular classes and a variety of electives. Chapel, field trips, and assemblies are added to make students that exceptional to man and God.
Stories from God’s Word provide an opportunity for our students to study and understand Bible verses, develop biblical thinking, and formulate Biblical philosophies. It also teaches students how to read maps, utilize logic, and make paper crafts to extend understanding of God’s Word. Memory verses are taught to instill Christian morals and values in students from an early age. Students learn about God’s people from Creation to Revelation.
Our elementary program provides a solid foundation to technology and computer skills. Students learn about computer hardware/software, terminology, and basic computer tasks on a Windows desktop. They are taught the importance of troubleshooting and proper shutdown procedures. Our middle and high school program begins advanced technology skills in Microsoft Office, Web Design, Typing, Presentations, and Multimedia.
Our math programs and courses use manipulatives to build on the mathematical foundations of addition, subtractions, multiplication, division, place value and many others; and to develop the student’s understanding of these concepts. Students are able to read and interpret a variety of charts, graphs, and word problems. They have a greater understanding of geometry, algebra, fractions, decimals, trigonometry, calculus, and measurements.
Our science program provides age appropriate scientific information through test, diagrams, and charts, as well as captioned photographs, illustrations, and projects. Each year we host a science fair for all students to demonstrate their understanding of the scientific process and experimentation.
History & Geography
Our history and geography program is a colorful, age appropriate presentation of our government, culture, economics, and geography from a Christian worldview. Students are visually compelled to learn history through stunning art, maps, timelines, graphs, and photos. Some lessons have an extended activity and biographies to enhance learning.
Language Arts & Reading
Our language arts & reading programs places emphasis on traditional grammar as well as practice with vital reference skills and the Writing Process for writing assignments, such as narratives, essays, and more. Our reading textbooks contain appropriate selections from a variety of genres with a progression of difficulty; highlighting literary skills and vocabulary.
Physical Education & Health
Our health and physical education classes help students develop a desire to live a healthy life. Instruction focuses on building their manipulative and motor skills while teaching rules, strategies, and game play of a variety of sports. Students will gain an understanding of the importance of staying healthy.
Music & Performing Arts
We desire for our students to appreciate & develop the ability to express their talents. Beginning in preschool music is added to the curriculum through songs and movement. Our students learn to identify music symbols and their meanings, the families of the orchestra, and note values.
Spanish is one of the foreign languages taught to our preschool through high school students. The students are taught an expansive amount of vocabulary and communication skills. In addition to spanish, students learn songs, poems, and vocabulary in sign language.