The Academic Program objectives of the New Life Preparatory Academy are clearly designed and delineated in the school’s academic manual, and it prepares the student for success in college life. The program is preparatory in the strict sense. It clearly defined goals and objectives for each class and textbooks are provided, as well as an appropriate scope and sequence of each discipline within the curriculum. Every student who graduates will have taken all the units necessary for admission to college. Each student takes at least six courses each year. Our academic environment offers college preparatory coursework in all core areas, including a track for honors and AP courses available.
The faculty and staff of the school, working together through the departments and grades and with school administrators, continue to provide a classroom experience where the academic goals, in close relationship to the stated objectives and the practical application of each goal, are delineated.
We partner with FLVS and ACE as our Curriculum providers which delivers an online experience like no other with a mandatory consecration of the Old and New Testament Survey.
What are FLVS courses?
FLVS courses are created to national standards, and include a wide range of diverse activities, providing an engaging and rigorous learning experience for different learning styles. With interactive games and quizzes, engaging video and audio clips, and practical written lessons and assessments, FLVS courses are thoughtfully designed to help students understand new concepts and master new skills.
Setting the Standard
The courses undergo more than 450 hours of rigorous review and testing, both during development and after completion, ensuring accuracy and adherence to state and national standards. FLVS schools are fully accredited by Cognia and SACS CASI, allowing us to also offer NCAA-approved core courses.
What are ACE courses?
The A.C.E. program is designed around a new format: that of building skill upon skill. The scope and sequence ignore the concept of grade level and move with continuous progress beginning with the first skill to be mastered. Depending on their ability and motivation levels, students may move ahead rapidly or take as long as necessary, but each student masters the material.
As the student moves upward, level after level, and moves into new concepts, he is far better prepared to learn because he has mastered the skill on the previous level. He does not advance until he has mastered each concept. He is not in lockstep with his classmates but is learning individually and completely before advancing. A.C.E. implements a unique and effective system.