Schools that combine academic rigor with test-taking, hours of homework, and rote learning have been preparing students for success over the past century. The rigor at NAPS is very broad as we provide our students with opportunities to explore real-world concepts and issues, challenge assumptions, think critically, and acquire skills that they will need on their academic and future professional journeys. will need to be implemented.
NAPS didn't invent inquiry-based learning, but we're sure it does well. From the early years, our students are encouraged to post questions on their class's wonder board. The genius part of this process is that the questions spark their curiosity and then their curiosity leads to more questions.
As they progress through the grades in their learning journey, their questions become the basis for their inquiry and research into the world around them.
We are happy to share the ingredients of our secret way, to make your child a lifelong learner, but only on one condition. You must promise that whatever school you choose for your child, you will share this way with people.