Today’s Students are Tomorrow’s Leaders

NGA partnered with a leading educational publishing company that offers a wide range of curriculum materials and educational resources for students, teachers, and institutions across various academic levels. Their curriculum encompasses diverse subjects and educational levels, catering to both K-12 education and higher education.

The Curriculum Includes:

  1. Textbooks: They produce textbooks covering subjects such as mathematics, science, language arts, social studies, world languages, and more. These textbooks align with state or national educational standards.
  2. Digital Learning Resources: the curriculum provides digital platforms and tools that complement their textbooks, offering interactive content, assessments, adaptive learning technologies, and multimedia resources to enhance the learning experience.
  3. Assessment Tools: They offer assessment solutions and tools to evaluate student progress, understanding, and proficiency in various subjects. These assessments may include practice tests, quizzes, and standardized test preparation materials.
  4. Professional Development: Our partner’s education offers professional development resources and training for educators to enhance their teaching methods and effectiveness in the classroom.
  5. Higher Education Materials: For colleges and universities, they provide textbooks, e-books, online learning platforms, lab manuals, and other resources tailored to higher education courses across different disciplines.
  6. Adaptive Learning Platforms: They incorporate adaptive learning technologies that personalize the learning experience for individual students, adjusting content and pacing based on each student’s strengths and weaknesses.

Their curriculum materials often aim to combine traditional educational content with modern technology, aiming to support both educators and students in achieving academic success. Their resources frequently undergo rigorous development processes involving experts in education, subject matter experts, and educational researchers to ensure high-quality and effective learning materials.

What makes it Unique:

They offer a variety of textbooks, digital learning tools, assessments, and other educational resources across different subjects and grade levels. Here are some reasons why their curriculum materials might be considered special:

  1. Quality Content: they are known for its high-quality educational content developed by experts in various fields. Their materials often undergo rigorous review processes to ensure accuracy and relevance.
  2. Adaptability: They provide adaptable resources catering to different learning styles, making education accessible and engaging for various students.
  3. Innovation: they continue to evolve its resources to align with educational trends and technological advancements. They often integrate digital tools and interactive platforms to enhance learning experiences.
  4. Comprehensive Resources: Their curriculum materials cover a wide array of subjects, from core academic subjects like math, science, and language arts to specialized topics in higher education.
  5. Alignment with Standards: their resources often align with educational standards, ensuring that their materials meet the criteria set by educational boards or organizations.
  6. Accessibility: They offer a range of formats (print, digital, online platforms) to accommodate different teaching and learning preferences.

It’s important to note that while the curriculum’s materials are well-regarded, the choice of educational resources often depends on various factors, including the specific needs of students, the preferences of educators, and the standards set by educational institutions or regions. Different educational publishers also offer diverse approaches and materials tailored to different educational philosophies and methodologies.


  • Language Arts

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Social Studies

  • Literacy

Language Arts

In our language arts program, we employ fundamental skills commonly known as the Five Pillars of Early Literacy:

  • Phonemic awareness
  • Phonics
  • Fluency
  • Vocabulary
  • Comprehension

The level of depth and intricacy in teaching these skills varies based on the student’s age and proficiency. The curriculum we utilize introduces new material gradually, providing support as students practice. We stimulate learning by asking numerous questions and building upon students’ responses, enabling them to connect newly introduced concepts with their previous knowledge. Additionally, we offer models such as step-by-step demonstrations or verbal reasoning to help students solve problems. This approach ensures that students encounter relevant content at the opportune moments in their learning journey, fostering robust educational achievements for all.

Our students gain confidence through a range of activities, including:

  • Exploring storytelling and analyzing poetry
  • Engaging in debates and interactive spelling exercises
  • Participating in collaborative book clubs to manage their reading experiences.
  • Crafting various written forms such as literary essays, argumentative pieces, poems, allegories, critiques, historical fiction, and personal narratives
  • Encouraging daily reading sessions of at least 15 minutes
  • Writing across multiple formats inspired by our field experiences chronicled in outdoor journals.


Our math curriculum not only instructs students within the classroom but also equips them with skills applicable in real-life scenarios. We aim to empower students by encouraging ownership of their learning process, featuring fresh content, and utilizing instructional designs that foster curiosity and exploration.

Key features of the Two-Volume Student Editions include:

  • Chapter Performance Tasks
  • Real-world problem-solving opportunities
  • Utilization of foldables and vocabulary cards
  • Tailored, student-driven learning experiences
  • Hands-on manipulatives as learning resources
  • Access to digital resources
  • Assessment tools for testing

Aligned with the Standards for Mathematical Practices, our curriculum engages students by emphasizing the focus, coherence, and rigor required by state standards. The program is structured with an intuitive lesson format and digital tools to create personalized content. It harmonizes the three components of rigor—conceptual understanding, procedural skill and fluency, and application—enabling our students to steadily progress and enhance their confidence in mathematical abilities.


Constructed based on the principles of the Next Generation Science Standards, every student’s progression through our curriculum is directed by the 5Es, aiming to stimulate critical thinking and nurture the growth of inventive problem-solving abilities.

Engage: In the Engage phase, students are introduced to real-world scientific phenomena. As they initially observe and question, they uncover the preconceptions influencing their learning.

Explore: The Explore phase propels students into a sequence of inquiry-driven activities, enabling them to make assertions and substantiate their reasoning using the Claim, Evidence, Reasoning (CER) framework. This method fosters equitable access to fundamental science content through shared, phenomena-centered experiences and investigations.

Explain: Throughout the Explain phase, students expand on their prior explorations by assimilating various informational texts, supportive materials, and interactive tasks. Engaging with this content helps them refine close reading skills, conduct research, and deepen their comprehension of fundamental science concepts.

Elaborate: In the Elaborate phase, learning adopts an application-oriented approach, allowing students to link their knowledge to novel situations and cultivate a more profound grasp of the lesson’s concepts. This phase also introduces real-world STEM career prospects, encouraging students to contemplate potential career pathways.

Evaluate: In the Evaluate phase, students revisit the given phenomenon and showcase their understanding by addressing pivotal, phenomenon-based questions and completing a concluding performance task. Teachers can assess student progress towards meeting lesson objectives, offering remedial guidance if needed.

Our students engage in two to three inquiry activities per lesson, many of which involve kinesthetic, hands-on learning experiences known for their high engagement levels.

Social Studies

The key objective of our Social Studies program is to equip young learners to engage as proactive citizens, both within their local communities and on a global scale, within a continuously evolving world. Within this elementary social studies curriculum, students encounter chances to understand and implement principles of responsible citizenship. The educational materials and activities prioritize the cultivation of civic virtues and democratic ideals, nurturing students’ comprehension of their responsibilities within the community, the country, and the global sphere.

Fostering an environment that cultivates students’ capacity to comprehend the world around them is crucial. With our Social Studies program designed for grades K–8, students acquire foundational skills for critical thinking, develop a robust basis in reading and writing, and grasp the significance of responsible, active citizenship.


Studying individuals and historical occurrences that shape our world remains pertinent. Proficiency in literacy forms the groundwork for exploration. Students employ literacy skills—employing methods for in-depth reading, writing, and effective communication—to grasp, appraise, and amalgamate social studies material.

Our students have access to the following resources.

The Research Companion serves as a platform for students to enrich their comprehension of chapter content, guided by Essential Questions. This resource facilitates students in mastering research techniques and critically analyzing subjects spanning history, geography, economics, and citizenship.

The Inquiry Journal initiates students’ inquiry journey by presenting Essential Questions. Here, students analyze visuals, utilize close reading techniques to evaluate sources, and articulate opinions supported by evidence derived from their investigations.

The Explorer Magazine is tailored to assist students in delving deeper into chapter content. Each chapter of the magazine encompasses articles in diverse formats exploring themes linked to the Essential Question. These articles furnish a distinctive perspective for students to utilize in their research and explorations.

enroll now For The 2024-25 Academic Year

The early admission deadline is April 15th, with admissions continuing on a rolling basis until classes reach capacity.