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Welcome to New Generation Academy

Thank you so much for your interest in New Generation Academy (NGA).

New Generation Academy is a non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors. 
We are a community of Christian teaching homes who work together to educate our children. 
Our families have resided in various Metro Atlanta counties; including Fayette, Clayton,
Cow
eta, Fulton, DeKalb, and Henry counties.  

 

We are always looking for like-minded families to join us so if you:

 

… want to be part of an accredited program that has classes for all your children PreK to high school

… want a program that offers subjects like math, science, grammar, literature, history, and foreign language

... want to provide an opportunity for your children to interact and learn with other students in a caring environment

… want to be part of a program where graduates go on to apply and be accepted to many institutions like Georgia Tech, Oglethorpe University, Georgia State, Florida State, and University of North Carolina (to name a few)

 

We offer an enriching two-day per week college preparatory program which emphasizes sound study skills and habits.
NGA is an accredited program with classes for students in PreK through high school.  For the 2023-2024 school year,
we will continue to meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Following a two day per week schedule allows more time for our instructors to cover material relating to math, science, social studies, language arts, and foreign language. 

 

Small classes and close association with supportive teachers help contribute to an academic environment in which a student can gain subject knowledge as well as academic confidence and self-esteem in a positive environment. Being part of a homeschool co-op allows time for our students to fellowship with their classmates during various parts of the day, including classtime and during lunch, which is one hour long and generally includes time in the gym or on the playground.

Family Participation

​​At NGA, families are divided into four tiers. 
Tier I families (or drop-off families) are families that do not teach in any of our classes. 
Tier II and Tier III families (or participating families) help teach.

Tier IV families are those whose students are enrolled in only our elective courses. 

Tier I (Drop-off) Family

Tier I families are not required to teach.  Students in these families can be dropped off and picked up, during normal school hours.  We do not offer early morning drop off or afterschool programs.  Our drop-off option is ONLY available for upper middle and high school students.  Parents of elementary and lower middle school students are asked to remain on campus while their children are on campus. 

Tier II and Tier III (Participating) Family

Tier II and Tier III families are our participating families.  A participating family is one where the mother and/or father takes on the responsibility of teaching in our classes.  Participating families are the backbone of our homeschool co-op as we join forces to fulfill the educational needs of our families.  Outside of experiencing the joy of shaping young minds, another benefit of being a participating family is that, on average, a Tier II or Tier III family will spend less per year to educate their children.  Tier II families are asked to teach one class.  Tier III families are asked to teach at least two classes.  In addition to teaching, families also hold support positions, such as lunch duty, hall monitor, and playground duty.  These assignments are in addition to teaching.

Tier IV (Electives) Family

Tier IV families are not required to teach.  Students in these families are enrolled in only our elective courses. Elective courses are typically taught online via Zoom on Friday mornings. 
Elective classes are offered for middle and high school students only.  

For information about getting started, click here

 

For more information on the roles of each family,
please visit our member responsibilities page.

For our photo gallery, click here
 

For more information on the cost of attendance please visit our
Tuition and Fees page.

 

Prospective Family Information Packet

Important Upcoming Dates:

 

     * Monday, March 20, 2023        Early registration begins

   

     * Monday, May 15, 2023            Last day for early registration

     * Tuesday, May 16, 2023           Regular registration begins

     * Monday, July 31, 2023            Regular Registration deadline

     * Tuesday, August 1, 2023        Late registration begins

 

​      * Tuesday, August 22, 2023       Parent/Student Orientation

     * Tuesday, August 29, 2023        Late registration deadline

     * Thursday, August 31, 2023     Administrative fee due

     * Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023            First full day of school

     * Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023             Tuition/applicable course fees due


Registration for the 2023 -2024 school year - CLOSED

Please stay tuned for information about the
upcoming 2024-2025 school year.

 

For more information in deciding if homeschooling and/or NGA is for you, please see our 

Is a Homeschool Co-op For Me? comparison page

"NGA is a place where children are grounded in consistent parental attention, nurtured with high academic expectations and thrive with God's love!"

~ E. J.

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