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Curriculum Guide


Curriculum
The academic curriculum at NDA is a comprehensive program of study in grades 9-12 that allows for intellectual growth within an atmosphere of freedom and responsibility. In addition to our course work, students have the option of honors, college credit, and IB courses.

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Class rank is calculated at the completion of the first semester of a student’s junior year. It is made available upon request by the student or the student's parent/guardian.

Course Levels

International Baccalaureate Programme

International Baccalaureate Programme

As one of the two IB schools in the region. As a non-profit educational foundation, IB’s mission is to create a better world through education by offering international education. The program focuses on intellectual, personal, emotional, and social skills needed to live, learn, and work in a rapidly globalizing world. Learn more about IB.

To learn more about NDA’s IB program, visit our International Baccalaureate page.

College Credit Program

College Credit Program

College credit classes are offered through St. Norbert College and include Calculus I, Calculus II, and English. Admission to these classes is dependent on placement exam results and previous high school grades. Final admission decisions are made by St. Norbert College.

College Credit Facts:
90: Students enrolled in College Credit English
58: Students enrolled in College Credit Calculus I
25: Students enrolled in College Credit Calculus II

Honors Program

Honors Program

Honors classes are offered in English, Math, Science, and World Languages. Admission to honors classes is determined by placement exams, teacher recommendations, past performance, and/or discussion with students and parents.

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