Jr. High (Grades 7-8) Liberty Campus is Located Just .6 Mile from Warrior Campus
Liberty Campus opened for student occupancy on January 22, 2019. This educational space is designed to meet the needs of NCA's 5-8th grade students. This 10-acre campus offers a gymnasium, chapel/auditorium, cafeteria, office space, ample parking, and outdoor spaces.
The 5/6 Intermediate program is run separately from the Jr. High with a specific focus on the developmental needs of children aged 10 years to 12 years old. While housed in the same building as Jr. High students (with some alternatively scheduled shared spaces), classrooms for 5/6 grades are on a separate floor from Jr. High students.
Start and end times of school have been staggered to make it possible for families with multiple children enrolled at the Warrior Campus to manage drop-off and pick-up of students within reasonable time frames.
New Covenant Academy's Jr. High School is founded on the belief that young people have distinct developmental needs. The life of a Jr. High student is full of physical, emotional, academic, and spiritual changes. The Jr. High School program actively identifies students' potential and engages their energy and abilities. Equal attention is devoted to emerging interpersonal skills and lifelong learning skills and habits. The New Covenant Academy Jr. High is a place where students know they are cared for and are challenged to find success in a variety of areas. The Jr. High is a place of transition, where increasing emphasis is placed on taking personal responsibility for learning.
- Time: 7:55 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.
- Mornings 6:30 a.m. to 7:40 a.m.
- Afternoon 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Extended care is offered on all regularly scheduled school days. The program includes a supervised study hall. (Note: afternoon care is not offered on early dismissal days)
- Weekly chapel service targeting age-appropriate interests
- Opportunities for Christian service
- Science labs and experiments
- Individualized and cooperative group learning opportunities
- Biblical principles and concepts are integrated throughout the curriculum
- Critical thinking opportunities
- Technology integration in all areas
- Hands-on Science, Literature, and Social Studies projects
- Field trips and guest speakers to add enrichment to the curriculum
- Semester exploratory courses: Sports and Wellness and FACS (Family and Consumer Science)
- Christian leadership and worship opportunities
- Weekly clubs include: chess, board games, dodgeball, archery, technology and outdoors
Math IIA (Pre-Algebra)
Math IIB (Pre-Algebra)
American History /Ancient World History (alternates every other year)
Math ll (Pre-Algebra)