National Presbyterian School is dedicated to educational excellence and to meeting the needs of individual children in a Christian atmosphere. In keeping with the rich educational heritage of the Presbyterian church, children are nurtured spiritually and ethically while being taught the importance of the religious freedom so deeply rooted in our national tradition. The School affirms a traditional emphasis on secondary school preparation and on the development of personal and intellectual discipline. The School encourages broad cultural awareness of past and present, knowledge of scientific and technical skills, and sensitivity to moral and religious questions. It fosters independent learning and growth, and focuses on the development of self-worth and confidence. The School encourages students to explore, understand, and value their differences and to learn to respect those who are unlike themselves. For families seeking a traditional education with a purposeful focus on the childhood years (Age 3 through 6th grade), NPS provides an exceptional academic program in a Christian, loving environment. The NPS experience balances a rich integrated curriculum with a connected community, meaningful traditions and age appropriate levels of responsibility to provide children with a solid foundation and sense of self that lasts a lifetime. Students see a variety to specialist teachers in reading, math, science, technology, PE, music, art and drama. Financial aid, extended day, and summer camp are available.
Founded in 1969 as an educational mission of The National Presbyterian Church, National Presbyterian School is a traditional, co-educational elementary school dedicated to educational excellence in an ecumenical Christian environment. A loving and inclusive community, NPS strives to help children develop intellectual, spiritual, and personal foundations that will serve them throughout their lives.
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