High School at Nea

Nea offers a complete high school experience--the curricular advantages of a large school with the personalized attention and close-knit community of a small school. Incoming ninth graders choose Nea for:

A Learner-Centered School culture

that combines strong academics with individualized scheduling and support and an openness to learner voice and learner initiatives.

A Focus on Community

Learner's in Nea's Leadership Class lead school-wide activities, evaluate student proposals, and organize cultural events. All seniors are required to complete a Senior Project that benefits the community.

Early College Classes

Nea high schoolers are required to complete at least one college class in order to graduate. Many take numerous college courses, gaining transferable college credit and real college experience before they leave high school. Nearby College of Alameda, Berkeley City College, Laney College, and Merritt College offer a range of courses wide enough to suit any goal or interest.