Evening Campus and Quarterly Credit Recovery Information
Overview of NFA Evening High School:
Attending Evening Campus can lead to a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma that is readily accepted by the military, colleges, and employers. It is our mission to successfully prepare our students to transition to post secondary education and/or the workforce. As a nontraditional setting, we empower students to be self confident life long learners who serve as active citizens within their community.
Evening Campus courses are offered at NFA Main Campus. The office is located in Suite 100 on the first floor. Classes are held in CTE rooms as well as on the second floor of the West Wing. The Evening Campus is focused on providing students with the opportunity to learn, complete coursework, and recover credits required for high school graduation that is mindful of individual differences and learning styles. Classes are offered each semester while grades are completed by four quarters.
Overview of High School Equivalency Option:
Anyone of the age of 17-21 and not presently enrolled in high school may take courses that will be beneficial in passing the High School Equivalency test called the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) or formally known as the GED. EHS will provide literacy and English as a Second Language courses to enhance the opportunity to pass the TASC exam and therefore receive a High School Equivalency diploma.
Please reach out to EHS via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible. EHS follows the NECSD Re-Open Operation plan and welcomes all students for in-person learning.
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