During these transformative years, we work to continue to nurture the love of learning while also building
self-esteem and laying the ground for future success. This stage establishes time management, critical
thinking, and problem solving skills needed to lay a strong foundation for reaching personal goal and achievements. In middle school, students build upon the skills learned in elementary school.
During middle school, students begin to tackle more challenging subjects and work to understand what will be expected of them in high school. In order to be prepared for and successful in upper level classes, middle school students are given the opportunity to take academically challenging classes. Doing well in these classes allows students to acquire the knowledge needed to be successful in high school.
For the 2022-2023 school year, we offer core classes such as math, language arts, science, history, and literature. For electives, we will also offer American Sign Language I and Web Development.
Middle school students also participate in devotions.
For the upcoming school year, we will utilize hybrid learning. Students will meet for classes twice a week -
on campus on Tuesdays and virtually via Zoom on Thursdays.
Middle school classes take place between 9 a.m. and 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 2022-2023 school year for all grade levels,
please visit our main academics page.
Registration for the 2022 -2023 school year - NOW OPEN !!!
Please visit our Registration page for more info.
"We found out about how great NGA was a few years ago from a family friend. It did not appear to be an option due to the distance and demands of work. After praying we decided it was worth the investment. It was by far the best decision we've ever made for our son's education. It is the perfect balance of challenging curriculum, social interaction and actively involved instructors. The commitment from all the families to ensure a protective, productive and caring environment for our kids. I was a bit worried about the transition into 8th grade but it was seamless. His experience here has been completely positive. He's made what we hope to be lifelong friends. We love the staff, the curriculum, and that he gets to be part of a Christ-centered environment. Thank you, NGA, for making this such a special school."
~ E. B.