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Northstar Academy

A fully accredited private online
Christian school for grades 4-12

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Academic Advising Office


Our Academic Advising Office recognizes that each student at NorthStar Academy has been given gifts and abilities to be used to glorify the Lord.

It is our goal to provide individualized support and direction to students as they gain a clearer understanding of their personal, academic, and spiritual goals. In partnership with parents, students, and NSA teachers, the Academic Advising Office will walk with students through their coursework, providing proactive academic counseling to prepare students with the skills needed to successfully navigate their post-secondary studies and/or the workforce. Click the buttons below to view helpful resources from our Advising Office.

To schedule a meeting with one of our Academic Advisors, please complete the following steps first:

  1. Engage in our Virtual Tour if new to NorthStar Academy.
  2. Create your account and complete your student’s application in our system so that we have a place to hold your student’s records. There is no obligation to NorthStar when you create an account.
  3. Have your student’s previous school send their official transcript to [email protected] at least 24 hours before the scheduled meeting.
  4. If your student is a 4th – 8th grader, please refer to the “4th-12th Grade Sample Course Plans” above. If you have additional questions, please email our advising team at [email protected]
  5. If your student is a 9th – 12th grader, please click the “Book Now” link below to schedule a meeting.


Megan Carpenter

Sr. Academic Advisor

Meet with Mrs. Carpenter for assistance with 9th and 10th grade course selection, dual credit, and transferring credits from a non-US school.

Tasha Calvin

Sr. Academic Advisor

Meet with Mrs. Calvin for assistance with 11th and 12th grade course selection and questions about the college application process or use of Scoir, our college guidance management system.

To reach our academic advisors:

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