2016 Student Achievement

NHCA Math Students Shine in Regional Event :

The NHCA math students competed in an ACSI Math Olympiad competition on Friday Feb. 26.  Students were given standardized math tests at the district level.  Those that scored high enough on the preliminary district level test got to participate in the ACSI regional level math contest.  We had 11 students qualify at the district level and advanced on to the regional level.  At the regional level, the students competed against 14 different Christian schools (200 students) throughout Kansas and Missouri.

The students receive ribbons for the number of correct answers. 

3rd grade

                Lilly Breece - - - - - - - - - - Good

               J.T Millar    - - - - - - - - - - Superior -- 4th place

4th grade

               Billee Sidden - - - - - - - - - Superior -- 1st place -- Medal winner

               Cade Shafer  -  - - - - - - - -Superior -- 3rd place

6th grade

               Hayden Smith - - - - - - - - -Excellent

               Leaha Eyman-Simons - - -Excellent

               Baylee Sidden - - - - - - - - Superior -- 4th place

7th grade

               Rebecca Irminger - - - - - - Good

               Thomas Pope - - - - - - - - -Excellent

8th grade

               Michaiah Eyman-Simons - Good

               Noah Grass - - - - - - - - - - -Good   --  5th place

Out of our 11 students that qualified for the regional contest we had 5 which placed in the top 5 in their grade.   We are very proud of our math students.  The Lord has blessed them with amazing talent and they represented our school very well. 


Science Fair District Level


Our 6 qualifying students (grade 5-8) competed at the District Level and all 6 of our students  qualified for a ribbon.


Excellent Ribbon:

   Amelia Warman

    Hayden Smith

Superior Ribbon:   

    Baylee Siddon

    Thomas Pope

    Noah Grass

    Leaha Eyman Simons

In addition to earning a ribbon Thomas Pope got a bronze medal for his physical science project on fishing knots and Baylee Sidden received a gold medal for her life science project testing how different music effects a horses heart rate.     

We're so proud of all six of our award winning students.