Academics

All students at New Life Christian Academy receive the opportunity to obtain one of the finest educations in the tri-county area. Whether your student is starting in our K3 program or entering into high school, you can be sure he/she will receive an outstanding education that will prepare them for their next level of education.

In grades K3 through 7th NLCA exclusively uses A Beka Book curriculum. A Beka Book provides a comprehensive, quality curriculum and materials written from a Christian perspective. Click here for more detailed information about each subject.

In order to provide our high school students with the finest education, the highest achievable ACT scores, and the surest path to college; our course work is handpicked from some of the top curricula in the nation. Our English, physics, history, consumer math, and basic Algebra 1 courses use the A Beka Book curriculum. Our pre-calculus and chemistry courses are Bob Jones curriculum. We also use the Glencoe curriculum for some of our algebra courses. The excellent Apologia curriculum is used for physical science, biology and conceptual physics. Other courses offered are Spanish I & II, art, computer and health.

We offer a standard diploma as well as an honors diploma so that all students, along with their parents, can choose the path that is right for them. All of our high school teachers have degrees and have taught together for many years.

Because we are a Christian school and not just another private school, all students have daily Bible classes. In elementary we use the A Beka Book Bible curriculum while in the upper grades we have a combination of A Beka and Positive Action curricula. Every other Wednesday students have the opportunity to attend a chapel service where they will be taught the Word of God by children’s pastors (elementary chapel services) and youth pastors (Jr. high and high school chapel services) from New Life Christian Center and other area churches.

All of our teachers care deeply about their students. While they take their responsibilities to educate their students seriously, they also care about their spiritual and emotional well-being. Our teachers take time to pray for their students, give them encouraging words, and listen to them.