NVA provides a unique school culture and environment. A rigorous, classical curriculum, strictly enforced dress code, nationally-recognized character development program, and emphasis on patriotism are just a few of the elements that make this possible. Students thrive in this environment, which is so conducive to successful learning.
Here is a schedule of class offerings:
The high school will have an academy structure with focus on Business and Information Technology and Career Arts and Humanities. Each area of focus will have a lead teacher who will support students throughout their high school experience. Students begin to develop what will be a four-year plan while in the eighth grade. Teachers will use this as a guide to help them make decisions about their future.
The student who is driven to succeed will have the opportunity to graduate with up to 24 college credits. The following are some of the professional technical certifications and/or licensures that will be available to students: Microsoft certification, A+ Hardware, and A+ Networking.
All students will take required academic and non-academic classes; the area of focus will direct participation in the elective classes. Classes will be small; no more than 24 students per grade. We have hand picked an exceptional staff and because of our small numbers students will be guaranteed personal time with each one of them. This individualization will help students be successful academically and in gaining certifications or licensure.
If students want to take classes NVA don’t offer, they will have opportunities to do so through a process called “dual credit.” If students partner with another high school, they will receive high school credits. When they work toward high school graduation requirements through advanced college courses (offered on our campuses), they will also get college credit for those courses. Dual enrollment opportunities are available at most educational institutions. NVA high school students; however, will have the unique experience of receiving constant individualized support in their studies while taking college courses for credit or pursuing professional technical certifications or licensure. They are mentored and receive guidance and support – they will not be working alone.
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*IMPORTANT: As a public school, North Valley Academy Charter Schools offer and participates in all state- and federally-mandated programs. Visit our Special Services page for additional information or contact the school office with any questions. NVA is a public school that does not discriminate against any student, teacher, or employee on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, gender, social or economic status or special needs.