High School

HIGH SCHOOL

 

Important note: Credit requirements for your child(ren) should be continually monitored with your umbrella school.

NSCA is not responsible for ensuring your child(ren) take the courses required to obtain their High School Diploma.

9th – 12th Grade Electives
(All electives offered subject to adequate enrollment)

 

Full year classes (1 credit):

  • Art 1

  • Art 2 (Art 1 or equivalent is pre-requisite; may not be joined mid-year without instructor approval)

  • Math:

    • Algebra 1

    • Geometry

    • Algebra 2

    • Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus

  • Spanish 1

  • Spanish 2 (Spanish 1 or equivalent is pre-requisite; may not be joined mid-year without instructor approval)

  • Spanish 3 (Spanish 2 or equivalent is pre-requisite; may not be joined mid-year without instructor approval)

  • Speech 1

Half year (1 semester/0.5 credit) classes:

(If both of these are not taken, student will be enrolled in Study Hall for the other semester.)

  • Critical Thinking/ACT Prep

  • Personal Finance
     

Electives available 2021-22:

  • Art 3 (Art 2 or equivalent is pre-requisite; may not be joined mid-year without instructor approval)

  • Calculus

  • Marine Biology

  • Physics

  • Speech 2

Note: Students are required to complete the previous course before enrolling in the next.

 

* Study Hall is available to those students wishing to have time on-site to work on homework or get a little extra help from
the supervising tutor.

We expanded to High School in 2018-19 with 9th Grade, and we are adding a grade each school year. In 2020-21, we will be offering high school classes through 11th Grade. Our High School program is offered on Wednesday/Friday, and students are in classes from 8:15 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. or 3:45 p.m., depending on chosen electives. Students are required to take the Core Subjects plus one elective (all electives offered are based on enrollment and interest). While students are with us, they will gain confidence through lab work, group activities, and lecture/note-taking that will build skills to prepare them for college and beyond! As a general rule, students should plan on spending about one-and-a-half hours per subject on their home days to complete NSCA work. 

 

In addition to regular classes, we ask students to volunteer at local ministries at least twice per semester. We also offer monthly social gatherings for our high school students, including pajama game night, mystery dinner theater, rock climbing, and lots more!

 

Our desire is to foster an environment where students become life-long learners with a holistic Christian worldview that will prepare them well for adulthood. We are committed to partnering with parents as they impart to their children strong Christian values, a heart to serve locally and globally and a desire to walk rightly in godly friendships.

For more information contact Danielle Caveny at (615) 377.8037 x226 or DCaveny@newsongnashville.com.

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