About Us

Nichols Intermediate Academy [NIA] is comprised of grades four through six and prepares scholars to enter their secondary education equipped with a solid foundation in the core content areas, languages, and the arts. Scholars transition between a two-teacher team, Humanities (ELA/SS) and Math/Science, during the 4th – 6th loop.

OUR courageous
TWO-PART MISSION

We prepare our scholars through Emotional Intelligence and Personalized Learning to be self-confident, intellectually inquisitive, emotionally intelligent, and academically accomplished beings. Our Scholars will become leaders and problem-solvers who will improve conditions wherever they choose to work and live.

Opportunity gaps will be closed as all scholars achieve academically at high levels. Our mission is meant to inspire and uplift everyone involved in the work of developing young people. It is a conscious effort to prepare young people to serve and care about their communities, to give them the skills necessary to be successful in high school and college, and prepare them to be change agents, movement leaders, and problem solvers within those communities.

Families and communities are essential forms of support that ensure schools not only help students to achieve academically, but also ensure that the quality of life for children living in poverty is improved. Our collective strength will reach more students to transfer learning and leadership as we all pursue achievement.

We prepare our scholars through Emotional Intelligence and Personalized Learning to be self-confident, intellectually inquisitive, emotionally intelligent, and academically accomplished beings. Our Scholars will become leaders and problem-solvers who will improve conditions wherever they choose to work and live.

Opportunity gaps will be closed as all scholars achieve academically at high levels. Our mission is meant to inspire and uplift everyone involved in the work of developing young people. It is a conscious effort to prepare young people to serve and care about their communities, to give them the skills necessary to be successful in high school and college, and prepare them to be change agents, movement leaders, and problem solvers within those communities.

Families and communities are essential forms of support that ensure schools not only help students to achieve academically, but also ensure that the quality of life for children living in poverty is improved. Our collective strength will reach more students to transfer learning and leadership as we all pursue achievement.

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