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ACADEMIC PROGRAM OVERVIEW

For Twenty Two (22) years of existence and counting, Nissi Academy Inc. has operated in accordance with its School Mission, Vision and Goal for Excellence through the results of our graduates both locally and internationally.


Our academic program has expanded from Pre-school, Elementary and Junior High School which are all Deped Recognized since Two Thousand Six (2006) and Two Thousand Seven (2007). Our Senior High School program provides Academic Track for General Academic Strand (GAs), Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) and Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand as well as the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics which were granted permission to operate last Two Thousand Sixteen (2016).


Having been certified by the Funds for Assistance to the Private Education (FAPE) since Two Thousand Eight (2008) for Education Service Contracting (ESC) Program and Two Thousand Sixteen (2016) for the Senior High School Voucher Program (SHS-VP), grantees from the High School Department both in the Junior High and Senior High have been enjoying the government subsidy per year.


Being qualified by the Bureau of Immigration (BI) to accept Foreign Students in Two Thousand Nine (2009), the school have graduated several nationalities. Many of these students who enrolled were with very limited English or no English at all, yet with a simplified in-house program with materials and resources though the Foreign Student Lounge (FSL) Program, they were able to learn to communicate. Nissi Academy Inc. is a faithful member of Association of Christian School International (ASCI) since the school existed.


Academic Standards are being supervised mainly by the Department of Education. Recertification process through the Programs of Assistance to the Private School (PEAC) which is done every three (3) years to make sure that quality education and proper school management is delivered effectively and efficiently.

 

The school is dedicated to excellence; therefore, the program will continue to improve while there is still the need to provide quality education.

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