Transformation Begins Here
Every student has their own educational journey. Create your path at NOVA Middle School.
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Worried your child will be lost in a sea of middle school kids? NOVA is an intentionally small community that recognizes students as individuals.
It isn’t just about challenging academics. NOVA also supports social, emotional, and leadership development during the critical middle school years.
Does your child seem like a mash-up of different intellectual, emotional, and social ages? We support kids (and their parents) during this transformative time.
Hands-on theme activities for kids entering 4th–6th grades. Two sessions featuring morning and afternoon programs.
Join us on May 11 as we raise funds for NOVA and raise the roof, too. Featuring the big band sounds of the Olympia Jazz Senators!
Aaron Field '12 was inspired by his NOVA experience to pursue his passion in cinematography
Inquiry Into Insight
The school day becomes more than isolated subjects - and more about the interwoven concepts and ideas. Take a closer look at our comprehensive highly capable program.
We devote our resources and expertise to the critical middle years. Find out how these years can shape your child's future.
Where Students Thrive
Our teachers invest in each students' curiosity, potential, and individuality to center learning around the unique development needs of the highly capable adolescent learner.
Hal Schrieve, a 2010 NOVA alum, will be interviewed by Mr. Gacek during our Monday morning assembly. Hal's debut novel, Out of Salem, was recently released to much...
Math placement testing for entering freshmen at Capital HS
Join us for a screening of this acclaimed film that follows the personal journeys of a unique group of high school students who have been identified as “twice except...
Faculty Inservice Day - No School
Please join us at Rosser Chiropractic (705 4th Ave E, Olympia, WA 98506) on Friday, April 26, for a show of NOVA students' Math/Art/Music collaboration projects. Art and Mat...