Northern Chautauqua Catholic School announces that open enrollment for all grades entering the 2018-19 school year is currently underway, including new STREAM programming.
The school has announced it will begin providing “STREAM Academy” (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) programming for Kindergarten through eighth grades beginning in September. This is designed to develop “the next generation of designers, scientists, leaders and believers,” to name a few. Teachers are receiving training for this newly updated curriculum.
A New York State certified STEM Master Teacher and former Science Teacher, Principal Jenny Tilaro worked with the Diocese of Buffalo to secure this new offering for the local school.
A Middle States accredited school, NCCS offers a Christ-centered community which promotes academic excellence emphasizing family values and respect for others in an atmosphere of kindness, love and understanding. The school serves students in grades Pre-K3 through eighth Grade. It is a Regional Catholic School serving the communities and churches of Chautauqua County, New York.
Private tours are available and provide an excellent opportunity to meet teachers and administrators, learn about diverse educational programs, tour the school’s technology friendly classrooms, obtain facts about tuition and uniforms, and interact with the school’s strong NCCS community.
Busing is available through many local school districts. For more information about Northern Chautauqua Catholic School and enrollment for the 2018-19 school year, contact NCCS at ncc–firstname.lastname@example.org or call 366-0630.
Original article found at http://www.observertoday.com/news/local-region/2018/06/nccs-announces-stream-and-fall-enrollment/
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