Our unique educational model is based on a “whole person” approach to education. We believe that a “culture of participation,” which presents our students with an opportunity to experience success in a wide array of both academic and extracurricular activities. This approach helps our students gain the most well-rounded education possible. Having the opportunity to explore these extra-curricular areas leads to higher self-expectations, and thus more success. For that reason, the after-school component of our curriculum is fundamental to the academic and personal growth of our students: Athletics reinforce our culture of participation in the broadest possible terms.
Note: The Neighborhood Academy has an athletic requirement for its students. All students must participate in one interscholastic sport per year. Additionally, all students must be passing all classes in order to compete athletically.
In our athletics programs, we compete in the Tri-Country Christian League & WPIAL. Some current offerings include:
- Boys and Girls Basketball
- Flag Football
- Football (co-op)
- Girls Volleyball
- Indoor track and field
- Track and Field
In our athletics programs, we compete in the Tri-Country Christian League & WPIAL. Students are required to participate in one athletic program per year. Current offerings include:
- Football (Co-Op With Shadyside Academy)
- Track And Field