As far as not treating minorities fairly we are more minority than not and comments made by disgruntled parents who are no longer associated with this school should not be considered revelant. Everyone and every child at this school is treated fairly and equally.
Northeast Christian Academy is a private high school in El Paso. 164 students go to Northeast Christian Academy and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Asian. The ratio of students to teachers at Northeast Christian Academy is 8:1. Parkland High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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If you are looking for a school that has a safe environment and a staff that will treat your kids like family NECA is for you!
I have two children in this school. One is a senior this year and he has been in this school since k-4. When I drop my children off at school I know they are safe. All the teachers are watching out for all the children all the time. Bullying is never tolerated. If a problem occurs it as soon as it has been brought to the attention of the staff it is handled and is never an issue again. My senior is taking dual credit classes at a much cheaper rate than if he were taking them in college. At the rate he is going he will be a jr in college by the time he graduates. I highly recommend this school to any and everyone who wants a high level of education but a safe environment for their children. I look forward to another seven years with the second child who has also been here since k-4 and is a fifth grader this year.
I love Northeast Christian Academy! I am in my 11th year here as a teacher as well as a parent. All three of our children call NECA "home". Our oldest daughter graduated from here and our other two will soon follow in her footsteps. I am so blessed to work in a Christian environment. I would only recommend this school to parents who are truly interested in a safe secure and competent environment. Northeast Christian Academy has been very good to our family and good for our family. The staff and teachers are amazing and caring.
A great choice for a private Christian education with a balance of academics Christian service and fellowship. A real plus as the school now has Special Education for special needs children of all backgrounds colors and ages. I saw no preferential treatment in a recent tour.
There's one thing among many that deeply disturb me about this school. First the strict discipline is uncalled for. It amazed me how the teachers could speak and treat these kids. Secondly how can a school have teachers there teaching your children that themselves have not been to school for a degree. That's right they( some) have never been to college nor teached before. Makes you wonder what kind of education your paying for
I have both of my children enrolled in this school. I am SO glad we found it. It was a true blessing. The staff is AMAZING!!! I STRONGLY recommend this school. As long as we are stationed here my children will go here!!!
I graduated in 1981 from NECA. If I lived in El Paso I would send my children here. I have stayed in touch w staff and old students and the school is still going in the direction in which god pre-ordained. The life concepts precepts character and Godly molding that was poured into me at my young age has helped mold me into the man i am today. im so thankful for NECA . Dan Nicholas
I'm not a parent...I'm an alumni! I would go to NECA all over again if I could. My parents sacrificed pretty much all they had to send my sister & I there. It turned out to be one of the most memorable moments of our lives. We had dedicated teachers a high quality education many extra curricular activities to keep us busy & involved a safe & disciplined environment and so much more. If & when I have children Northeast Christian Academy will be my first choice! I pray God will bless them and bring them much success.
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