• Breaking the Stigma: Mental Disorders

    It is normal to take medication to ease physical pain, or to seek a specialist when we become sick. A positive response is received when we become injured and have to endure special procedures in order to […]

  • StuCo Elections: A Popularity Contest?

    Student Councils extend throughout the world in schools all over the globe. Whether by the name Student Senate or Student Government, or any other title, their responsibility is to become the medium through which the student body […]

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    Meet the Class of Seniors of 2020

    Alison Gonzalez          This senior has been in NCAI since the seventh grade. She has shown her potential intellectually by participating in HACIA Democracy and athletically by being on the volleyball team. Although many people assume she is […]

The Investigation by Kaleb Doutt

May 8, 2019 0

The Investigation Witness #1: Well, it all began back in ‘09 when they first met in prison.   Witness #2: Once we left that day, which I can still remember clearly – it was a rather special […]

Dr. Sjoberg by Will McGrew

May 8, 2019 0

  Dr. Sjoberg Dr. Sjoberg, known to many as Doctor or simply Doc, has been a Chemistry, Physics, and Geometry teacher at NCAI for four years and at the end of this school year he will move […]

Autobiography: Julia Holsinger

April 9, 2019 0

Hey! I’m Julia Holsinger. I am sixteen years old and a sophomore, almost junior, in high school. I’m originally from Ohio, but have lived in Nicaragua for almost seven years. I have three brothers, two of whom […]

Striving towards Championship by Ange Martinez

March 26, 2019 0

Striving towards Championship On January 29, 2019, the Upper Elementary students of Nicaragua Christian Academy International embarked on their first Olympics Retreat. Accompanied by teachers and junior counselors, they started their retreat with an opening ceremony. To […]