Mission Statement

As educators, we have a moral obligation to prevent the exploitation of high school students, but instead to prepare them for success in a changing world. Our mission, therefore, is to provide a quality alternative High School Programme and a unique College Preparation Programme aimed at catering to the intellectual, physical, social, emotional and moral growth and development of our student clientele in partnership with our NPA families. These vital facets of lifelong learning will be articulated via individualized instruction and the inculcation of wholesome study habits, ethical personal, social and civic responsibility, because when the game ends and the glory fades, only educated students will be the ultimate winners. Thus we seek not only to provide our students with rigorous preparation for college, but also to inspire them to strive for the highest quality of citizenship.

We provide a Noble and unique college-prep high school, that commits itself to the intellectual, social, and moral growth of our students in partnership with our families, we are committed to each student’s total development-academic, athletically, social, physical, spiritual, and emotional-by emphasizing serious study and personal and social responsibility.Remarkable for the range of their talents, abilities, interests, and backgrounds, our students distinguish themselves through their excitement, curiosity, and character.Ultimately, we seek not only to provide our students with vigorous preparation for college, but also to inspire them to strive for the highest quality of citizenship.

We will also provide young adult men between the ages 16-21 with enlightening alternatives. Our  personal goal is to prevent or discourage young men from going into society without the basic educational needs that are required in both their professional and personal lives.

We truly believe that everyone deserves a second chance. And through our alternative education programme, NPA will give young men the attention and the support they need to succeed, and that they often do not receive in the traditional school system. Before our nation’s young men could make progress on their academic goals, they need someone to understand their life situations, be willing to prod them on, and have faith in them.

This programme would encourage our youths and give them the ability to academically achieve, or to get on a pathway to achieve, the academic credentials they need to transition to post-secondary education or employment.