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, Algebra II, Trigonometry/Calculus, or Consumer- Practical 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 54 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.
North Idaho Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions, or its hiring policies. The school reserves the right for purposes of admission to assess the academic, emotional and physical aptitude of each student applicant, basing its findings on previous academic records, character references, a personal interview, and the result of an administered standardized test of general ability.