High School


With the directive from Louisiana Department of Education that includes all public and non-public approved schools, and states, “All students graduating in May, 2012, in order to attend a four-year college in Louisiana, will have to complete a course of studies that is equivalent to the present one that makes a student T.O.P.S. certified and fulfills the LA Core 4 curriculum requirements.”  This means that we will address the majority of our students by having STANDARD SCHEDULES for each grade level.

STANDARD 9TH GRADE SCHEDULE:

  • Bible I
  • Algebra I
  • English I
  • Physical Science
  • Computer Technology/Literacy
  • World Geography
  • Health & P.E. I

STANDARD 10TH GRADE SCHEDULE:

  • Bible II
  • Spanish I
  • American History
  • English II
  • Biology
  • Algebra II
  • Health & P.E. II

STANDARD 11TH GRADE SCHEDULE:

  • Bible III
  • English III
  • Spanish II
  • Geometry
  • Civics
  • Chemistry
  • Publications I or H. & P.E. III

STANDARD 12TH GRADE SCHEDULE:

  • Bible IV
  • Physics or Earth Science
  • Advanced Math
  • Fine Arts Survey
  • English IV

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

When a student enter 9th grade he/she will begin earning credits towards graduation.  Students must earn 26 credits in specified classes to be able to graduate from N.C.S.

HIGH SCHOOL COURSES OFFERED 

4 UNITS ENGLISH

  • English I, II, III, & IV

4 UNITS MATH

  • Algebra I
  • Geometry
  • Algebra II
  • Financial Math
  • Advanced Math

4 UNITS SCIENCE

  • Physical Science
  • Earth Science
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry

4 UNITS SOCIAL STUDIES

  • World Geography
  • American History
  • Civics
  • World History

2 UNITS P.E./HEALTH & P.E.
8 UNITS ELECTIVES

  • Religion I, II, III, & IV
  • Spanish I
  • Spanish II
  • Publications I
  • Computer Technology/Literacy
  • Fine Arts Survey

GRADING SCALE    

A = 94-100 ; 4 quality points                  
B = 87-93 ; 3 quality points          
C = 77-86 ; 2 quality points
D = 70-76 ; 1 quality point
F = 0-69 ; 0 quality points

CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS IS AS FOLLOWS:

9th Grade – less than 6 Credits
10th Grade – 6 Credits – 12 Credits
11th Grade – 13 Credits – 19 Credits
12th Grade – 20 Credits and Above