NICS prepares students for life.
- Biblical studies are required for an NICS diploma. Students are challenged to form a biblical worldview through daily Bible classes and weekly chapel messages with corporate worship.
- Four years of comprehensive English, which includes World, American, and English literature; grammar, vocabulary, spelling, writing, and research.
- An opportunity for four years of sciences including: Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
- Social studies includes U.S. Government, U.S. History, World Cultures and Geography.
- Math includes options for Algebra I, Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry/Calculus, or business math.
- An offering of practical and elective courses such as: foreign language, economics, logic/debate, speech, business math, home-economics, physical education, family living, ministry/outreach, and others.
- Opportunities for service projects and outreach to others—both locally and globally.
NICS prepares students for college
- NICS requires 52 high school credits for graduation.
- NICS requires the course work that four year colleges expect.
- NICS employs qualified teachers to prepare students for a college academic experience.
- NICS endeavors to raise the level of critical thinking skills necessary for student success at the college level.
- NICS students’ scores are consistently above national averages on standardized tests.
- NICS addresses worldview issues to help graduating students discern philosophical errors encountered at the collegiate level.
- NICS addresses positive character issues to help students succeed as young adults in a college atmosphere.