NCA VIRTUAL ACADEMY
NCA Virtual Academy
- Grades: 3rd-8th
- Admissions NEW Families
(apply for 100% Virtual OR Traditional)
- Facts: Fact Sheet (also listed below)
- Fees/Tuition: NCA Virtual Academy Fee Schedule 2021-22
- Parent Calendar: Virtual Academy Parent Calendar 2021-22
- Handbook: Virtual Family Handbook 2021-22
- Ignitia (Grades 3-8): northshore.ignitiaschools.com
- Alliance (High School Courses): sislogin.edgenuity.com
- NCA Virtual Academy Summer School
Virtual Academy Director
Virtual Academy Administrative Assistant
Virtual Academy 3rd-8th Grade Teacher
VA Summer School 6th-8th Teacher
NCA VIRTUAL ACADEMY
NCA Virtual Academy offers a unique 100% virtual program with on-campus elective options available for families who prefer to have their students learn core classes from home. NCA faculty facilitate high quality engaging virtual learning with parent support. This program provides increased learning flexibility while remaining a part of the NCA community. As with our traditional school, this enrollment option is guided by NCA faculty and contains our high academic excellence standards, solid biblical integration, and meaningful student discipleship.
Contact our Admissions Office with questions: email@example.com
VIRTUAL ACADEMY SUMMER SCHOOL
NCA Virtual Academy Summer School is offered for both NCA and non-NCA families for Advancement or Recovery courses. This program is 10 weeks long, 100% online, and is self-paced (no specific hours). Students can leap ahead in their learning or potentially recover a grade from the past year.
- When? June 21 through August 27, 2021 (self-paced online courses)
- Who? Open to NCA and non-NCA students entering 6th-8th & 9th-12th grades in 2021-2022 school year
- Where? Online through Ignitia & Alliance accredited courses
- How? Go here to learn more and Register: NCA VIRTUAL ACADEMY SUMMER SCHOOL
NCA Virtual Academy – FAQ’s
How can we transfer from NCA Virtual Academy to Traditional school, and vice versa?
Fill out a transfer application form and submit it to our Admissions/Enrollment Department. Billing will be seamless from the NCA Billing Department. Report cards and progress reports will be issued in the same way for both our Traditional and Virtual Academies.
What school supplies do we need?
3rd – 8th grade students will need a dedicated computer with audio and video capabilities for zoom participation.
Will my child have a specific teacher?
Students are assigned to a specific, certified NCA teacher, who has experience in their specific grade level area.
Will there be any interaction with other students?
Each grade will start out the day with a 30-minute Zoom call with their teacher. They will check in with each other, set the goals for the day, and begin the day with prayer.
Will I be able to come to NCA for events? Sports? Concerts?
Yes, they will be able to attend specific school events. These include weekly on-line chapels and additional involvement in NCA programs such as school pictures, yearbook, graduations, and they will receive report cards and 8th grade diplomas from NCA.
What kind of computer/devices do we need?
3rd – 8th grade students will need a dedicated computer that has internet access and zoom capabilities.
Will there be specific hours for NCA’s Virtual Academy?
Teachers will be available from 8:30am-3:30pm, Monday through Friday, for phone conferences as necessary. Morning meetings will be scheduled and set on a daily routine.
Will there be physical workbooks or materials provided?
All learning workbooks and online curriculum are provided by the school. Students will need basic school supplies to complete their assignments from home.
Request more information about our schools.
Apply for Traditional or 100% Virtual Academy.
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