With the exception of all required electives, NGA offers the rigor and classes needed for a high school student to
obtain an official high school diploma. Starting in ninth grade, students receive counseling as they begin planning for
college. High school students are required to take a wide variety of courses in English, mathematics, science, and
social studies. The main English classes in high school are grammar, literature, and writing. For math, students study
courses such as Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Science classes include biology, physical science, chemistry, and
anatomy. Students also study history and government as part of a required set of courses for graduation. These
classes include economics and government. NGA also offers a platform for foreign language courses.
Languages offered on the platform include Spanish and French.
Currently, in order to graduate in the state of Georgia, a high school student must earn a total of at least
23 credits in the areas of language arts, math, science, social studies, CTAE/World Language/Fine Arts,
health/physical education, and electives. Additionally, grades earned in ALL core courses will be
calculated for awarding of HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarships.
The current graduation requirements are:
English/Language Arts - 4 credits
Math - 4 credits
Science - 4 credits
Social Studies - 3 credits
CTAE / Language / Fine arts - 3 credits
Health and Physical education - 1 credit
Electives - 4 credits
TOTAL UNITS - 23 credits
Families with high school students will meet with our director to develop a graduation plan. The goal of creating a plan is to ensure that students will have taken all the necessary classes needed to graduate. Students should focus and work hard to avoid possibly having to repeat courses due to low grades. Repeating classes may interfere with projected graduation dates, as well as lead to a lower grade point average, possibly affecting the chances of receiving state scholarships.
At NGA, many of our students graduate with not only the necessary credit hours, but excess hours. Additionally, many of our high school students have had the option of taking classes at local colleges under the Dual Enrollment Program. Many of these classes can be used to not only satisfy high school requirements, but also obtain college credit.
For the upcoming school year, students will meet for classes twice a week - on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Classes for our high school students take place between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Electives courses meet on Fridays. These courses include language and computer classes.
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 2023-2024 school year for all grade levels,
please visit our main academics page.
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Students who have graduated from New Generation Academy have applied and been accepted to many in-state colleges and universities, including Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Oglethorpe University, Spelman College, University of Georgia, Clayton State University, Valdosta State University, Kennesaw State University, and Clark Atlanta University. Students have also been accepted to schools in such states as North Carolina, Kentucky, Texas, and Florida, to name a few.
Additionally, many of our students have received the Hope or Zell Miller Scholarships upon graduating from NGA. Georgia's HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarships are available to Georgia residents who have demonstrated strong academic achievement. Though at different amounts, both scholarships provide money to assist students with the educational costs of attending a eligible institution located in Georgia. For more information on these scholarships, please visit the Georgia Student Finance Commission website at https://www.gafutures.org/
NGA is an accredited center that is recognized by the Georgia Accrediting Commission. High school students who graduate through our programs may enter Georgia colleges (and most national colleges) without the usual homeschool mandates. Students may be eligible to participate in the dual enrollment program and eligible for the Zell Miller and Hope grants and scholarships upon graduation. Additionally, students with an accredited transcript can typically enter/re-enter the public or private school sector more easily.
For information about our transcript services, please contact us via email
at email@example.com for an initial consultation.
“As a recent graduate, I am grateful for the time I spent at NGA. I appreciated my teachers for the wisdom they shared, their willingness to help students achieve their best, and their strengths. Our director, Mrs. Barb, brings a lot of positivity to the co-op. The smaller close-knit community creates a sense of family and I appreciated having a circle of friends to socialize with. The co-op taught us to be responsible, provided a strong education, and helped prepare us for college and beyond.”
~ K. B.