At NGA we believe that it is important to nurture a young child’s natural love of learning by encouraging
exploration, creativity, emotional growth, and positive learning experiences. While embracing this love of
learning in a fun and engaging way, our PreK through 5th grade students receive instruction in the
fundamental areas of basic reading, writing, and math skills. Social studies & science also make up
the school day for our elementary school students.
Materials used in our lower levels include:
Sing, Spell, Read, and Write; Rod and Staff for grammar; Abeka and Saxon for math; Christian Kids Explore and
Apologia for science. Students also participate in a Bible enriched arts and crafts class.
Each year, we offer elementary classes such as math, language arts, history, general science, and arts & crafts.
For the upcoming school year, our students meet for classes twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Classes for our PreK-3rd grade students take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Classes for our 4th and 5th grade students take place between 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Students use Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to work on homework and projects assigned by their teachers.
For a detailed list of course offerings for the 2021-2022 school year, please visit our main academics page.
"For my husband and I homeschooling was always the option. But when it was time to begin, I was freaking out. Where do I start? Will I teach the right thing? Will I be able to keep her up to date? All of this was going in my head so, I was talking to one of my coworkers about it and she was telling me about a homeschooling coop called NGA. She was telling me that she put all 5 of her kids in the program and how her oldest was graduating college early! She gave me the information and I went to orientation. I just loved how excited Mrs. Barbra Johnson was on how they taught the kids and how they learned. It made me want to join! So, we did! Now it’s a month before school ends and my daughter who is 4 and my son who is 2 knows so much! My daughter knows not only her letters but also what sounds the make and is excellent in math! She will be reading by the end of the year and she’s so excited when she knows her sight words and my son knows all his letters, colors and shapes. We definitely will be here next year, and we have become family with the teachers and students. We’re so excited to be part of NGA."
~ M. B.