Students will be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis. Students may only enroll within the first two weeks of each school semester. Disqualifying factors for refusal of admission may include, but are not limited to: previous criminal activity, extreme behavioral issues, expulsion or suspension from previous schools and failing grades in most recently attended classes. A pre-admission conference should be scheduled with the Administrator to determine eligibility. New students may not enroll outside the established grace period following the beginning of each semester unless extenuating circumstances apply (i.e. residence relocation, severe illness). A student at NCCA is defined as one who is enrolled in 4 or more classes. All other students taking classes or participating in athletics are considered part time and not eligible for NCCA class activities without prior consent or invitation. Our schedule is built so that students attend classes two days a week at the elementary and middle school level. In high school, students' schedules are based on a typical college schedule with classes meeting once or twice a week for 1.5 to 2 hours per class meeting time.