The New Wednesday

As everyone at school knows, Wednesdays went under a radical change this semester. In previous years, the time was blocked out for students to participate in activities, and historically the school was involved in social justice on Wednesdays. A long, long time ago the day where social justice was worked on was Fridays, but students […]

Book Review: The Haruhi Suzumiya Series

Imagine a world where everything was normal, with no Santa Claus, or anime heroes, or aliens, time-travellers, espers or sliders. Indeed, what a monotonous yet safe world it would be… oh, wait. That’s our world. And while the world of Haruhi Suzumiya, a Japanese light novel/manga/anime (but the light novel and manga have been translated) […]

Fairy Type Mythos

On October 12th, 2013, Pokemon X and Y was released to the world. These games launched the 6th Generation of the franchise. Let that sink in for a bit. These games brought us the Kalos region, full 3D graphics, 69 new Pokemon, Global Interaction through the PSS, Super Training, Pokemon Amie, Trainer Customization, and of […]

New Student Orientation Dates!

Are you interested in being a part of Nova’s dynamic and creative program? Nova students and staff host ongoing tours so prospective students and folks in the community can learn more about our school. To sign-up to attend an Orientation or tour at Nova, contact: ehcampbell@seattleschools.org or call (206) 252-3500 for more info. What is […]

Mothership notes from last meeting

mothership january 7th, 2015- the agenda items were: middle school open house/representative committees   OPEN HOUSE- january 22 from 6 to 8 pm! open house needs people to help set up/ take down stuff! Please talk to Liza if you are interested.   MIDDLE SCHOOL- the advance learning program in middle schools is dying. Lots […]