A full set of required textbooks for each middle school or high school student may be purchased directly from ClassBook.com.
Bible study is recognized at NVBS as a fundamental importance. It augments the study of English, history, geography, and science. Without knowledge of Biblical truth, a student cannot be considered educated. The Bible gives direction for this life and is the only hope for the life to come. No other book can so enrich the minds and hearts of men as “the Book of books.”
Knowledge of the Bible is one of the greatest educational assets any man can have in addition to the moral and spiritual values resulting from the study of the Bible. Character development is the most important work of a school. No other subject offered in the school affords the great opportunities for laying the foundation for Christian character.
The only version of the Bible used at NVBS is the King James Version.
To receive academic honors and to qualify for valedictorian and salutatorian ten additional units in math and science are required.
1Exceptions may be made for transfer students.
2Including algebra and intermediate algebra. Four years required for the Honors Program.
3Including one year of US history and geography, one year of world history and geography, and one year of American government and economics.
4Including one year of biological and one year of physical science with lab.
From ARTICLE VI of the Honor Society bylaws:
Section 1. To be eligible for membership the candidate must be a member of those classes (junior, senior) designated as eligible in the Honor Society bylaws. (Freshmen [ninth graders] and Sophomores [tenth graders] are not eligible.) Candidates must have attended NVBS the equivalent of one semester.
Section 2. The national minimum standard for scholarship shall be a cumulative scholastic average of at least 92% (A-). Candidates shall then be evaluated on the basis of service, leadership, and Christian character.
Section 3. The selection of each member to the Honor Society shall be by a majority vote of the Faculty Council.