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Academic Development

Teaching the Whole Person


Academic Development is just one part of a student's journey at NCBA. We partner with Liberty University Online Academy to provide our students with an accredited and competitive Christian education. 
Accreditation

LUOA is internationally accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI) division of Cognia.

Qualified Teachers

LUOA teachers are professionals who are licensed in their state, licensed by ACSI, or hold an advanced degree in their subject area. The teacher assesses student work and is responsible for the curriculum and academic well-being of each student.

Graduation

Depending on the credits that a student transfers to LUOA and their personal determination, some students are able to complete high school and graduate with their diploma while at NCBA. 

Affordability

LUOA offers a full set of middle school and high school courses at affordable prices. You can't beat the value of a Christian education at LUOA!
Live Teacher Support

Teachers and tutors are available to talk directly with students via phone or online meetings to offer individual support. 

Elective Credits

Students are able to earn elective credits for their high school transcript through our in-house classes, PE and Bible. 

Christian Worldview

The curriculum and course materials provided by LUOA are intended to support instruction that affirms Christian truth.

Extra Curricular Classes

We offer several extra classes outside of the online classroom environment for our students. These include Communications, Art, and History, among others. 

Internet Safety

Student computers are programmed to restrict all internet access with the exception of academic related websites. Students do not have access to email or social networking while attending NCBA.