Nova Classical Academy Upper School

Nova Classical Academy is a K–12 charter school in St. Paul, Minnesota, that follows the classical model for education. Its executive director is Dr. Brett Wedlund, and it has a student enrollment of 990.

Nova follows the classical trivium of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. The school is subdivided into two schools: the Lower School contains grades K–5 and the Upper School grades 6–12. The Upper School is further subdivided into the School of Logic, grades 6–8, and the School of Rhetoric, grades 9–12.

Nova Classical Academy is a K–12, public charter (tuition-free) school. Nova offers a rigorous academic and virtue education program in the classical tradition. Our curriculum is strongly language-centered, with students receiving daily instruction in history, grammar, math, science, and language. Student schedules also include regular instruction in art, music, physical education, Latin (grades K-12), Logic (grade 8), and Rhetoric (grades 9-12).

Nova teaches four character virtues and three intellectual virtues. The character virtues are justice, temperance, prudence, and fortitude; the intellectual virtues are wisdom, science, and understanding/ good sense.

The Nova Classical Academy Upper School is a Public university located in Saint Paul.
The current president of Nova Classical Academy Upper School is Dr. Brett Wedlund.

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