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This STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) initiative is still in the initial stages of development on the Foundation Campus and will take time to flesh out. STEM will not necessarily touch every class or every teacher, especially in the initial stages. Developing the who, what, when, and how will come. NCHS is excited to begin with Dr. Nielsen's Physics class that is currently working in the field of robotics. Mrs. O'Hara will be implementing other aspects of STEM in Journalism and Yearbook in the near future.
Be praying for Mr. Larry Weber, Superintendent, as he works with the Foundation Campus schools in developing cutting edge opportunities in the hopes of broadening our outreach into the community, and ultimately, the world.
Click HERE to visit the STEMBizKids website for the Foundation Campus in Lacey (Pre-K through 12) for more information and learn how you can participate. Several businesses in the community are already partnering with Foundation Campus in the STEMBizKids initiative.
These are hope-filled days at NCHS and we are blessed to be a part of something of this magnitude.
The Concurrent Credit Program is a partnership between NNU and participating high schools, offering the opportunity for qualifying high school students to begin college while still enrolled in high school. Courses are offered in the high school classrooms during the regular school day, and are taught by high school teachers who have been approved by NNU departments to teach the courses for NNU credit as adjunct instructors.
The Concurrent Credit Program serves high schools in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
Courses offered through the Concurrent Credit Program are the same as those taught to freshmen and sophomores on the NNU campus. However, the partnership with the high school allows for a significant college tuition discount.
NCHS has six five who are approved by NNU as adjunct professors in offering the following courses:
Art 2 - Mrs. Walker
Biology - Mrs. Whittaker
Chemistry - Dr. Nielsen
Communication/Public Speaking - Mr. Burdick
Spanish 3 & 4
- Mrs. Wilson
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Click HERE to visit the NNU Concurrent Credit website for further information and contact the NCHS office for details.
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|Money Savvy Families
: The purpose of Money Savvy Families
is to help build strong families on The Foundation Campus through Biblical finances and best practice personal finance strategies. Our goal is to help families fund life's most important priorities. The blog is written by our Superintendent Larry Weber.
"Developing Christian Leaders" is more than a slogan at Northwest Christian High School, it's what we do. It is the mission of NCHS to assist the family by providing a Christ-centered, Bible-based education that inspires each student to pursue excellence in moral character, academics, and servant leadership.
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