June 07, 2016 | Featured
A process required of all network schools
June 27, 2013 | Featured
Natalie Bullock, teacher at ICS-Caracas, explores classroom frustrations and disappointments of NICS teachers around the world. But through these difficulties, she finds God Himself working and teaching, extending His faithfulness and grace in some of the most challenging situations.
May 01, 2014 | Featured
What are the most important skills and subjects our students are learning? And which methods of teaching are most effective? Explore the answers to these questions and more with an examination of the 21st century classroom.
January 15, 2013 | Featured
Two men share their stories about how God answered their prayers and placed a specific call on their lives--with NICS/Oasis.
December 04, 2011 | Featured
With just a little bit of effort, one can find all kinds of meaningful definitions for the term, “school.” It might be a large group of fish or sea mammals, or a place of learning and source of knowledge. It may be an institution where people hold similar opinions or behavior. Most likely the term will refer to the process of teaching, the students who learn, and the teachers who teach.But there is another significant term or definition that should accurately reflect the scope and processes associated with schooling and that is the term: FAMILY.
December 14, 2010 | Featured
Ashlyn Burch is a high school junior enrolled in NICS’ NorthStar Academy and serves as the Student Council President. She was born in America, her parents are American, and she is currently living in Moscow, Russia. Ashlyn has lived in Russia since she was 3 years old and recalls the following story from her childhood: