When it came time for my son to start kindergarten, I checked out all of the schools in the area. We chose NBA for several reasons: individual ability-based education, student-teacher ratio, technology available to all students, and the sense of community/family values that students share throughout all the grades.
Now Enrolling in our Young 5’s Program!
NBA’s free, all-day Young 5’s program is different from other area programs, in that students participate in a kindergarten curriculum but at a pace for their level.
Contact us today if you are interested in enrolling your student in this unique program.
Come see what makes us different!
Give us a call and set up a time to discover how amazing school can be! +1 734-854-5437
$14 for 4 lunches, or $28 for 8 lunches.
Lunch Prices: Students: $3.50 Adults: $4.00 Individual Milks: $0.50
2018-2019 Lunch Menus
- Health Appraisal for Kindergarten
- Emergency & Medical Form
- Enrollment Application Packet
- Internet Agreement
- Medication Administration Permission Form
- Parent Profile
- Permission to Transport
- Pesticide Application Advisory
- Questionnaire for Special Ed.
- Student Pledge for iPad Use
- Kindergarten Enrollment Packet
- Sports Packet
- Student Enrollment Application Form
- Student Handbook
- Supply List
- Handbook Agreement Form
School Child Care
A Before and After School Adventure
The academy offers before- and after-school child care for children ages 5-12.
Child Care is free on Fridays from 12:00 until 3:15 for parents who work and need the service. There is no lunch served on Fridays. Parents must provide lunch if their student is attending Child Care on Fridays.
|New Bedford Academy’s Child Care hours:
Monday – Friday: 6:00 AM – 7:30 AM
Monday – Thursday: 3:10 PM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 Noon – 6:00 PM
For more information, contact the main office or Robin Mobley.
Summer Child Care will begin June 13, 2018. Last day will be September 3, 2018. Hours available 6 AM to 6 PM. For staffing purposes, service MUST be prescheduled and prepaid.
Join the PTT and help make a difference! Volunteer hours are counted as anything that you do for the school, whether in the building or outside of the building. This can be done in a variety of ways including helping out at a function or event, getting library books for teachers, making phone calls, and assisting in classrooms.
There is a family atmosphere at NBA where academics are important but also students are taught to be community minded and care about others. I am so happy we chose New Bedford Academy!
Great school! Wonderful with children with disabilities! Sports, clubs, field trips, patient teachers, good discipline structure, and wonderful communication between teachers and parents!