NAF Newsletter


Apply to be a NAF Ambassador!

Interested in representing NAF for middle school recruitment, advisory board meetings, and special events? Sophomores and up can apply by applying at and completing the teacher recommendation (instructions will be emailed upon completion of form).

Volunteer with NAF

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Past Internship Credit *****IMPORTANT*****

To ALL current NAF students- you may be able to get your internship credit through the temporarily lowered requirements for internship credit! 9th-12th graders who have met the following criteria (NOT through a NAF provided internship) qualify:

  • Complete 80 hours of work
  • Paid OR unpaid
  • Reported to supervisor or manager who is willing/able to provide a performance review

Students who respond to this survey and their employers fill out a survey will be granted a NAF internship credit. Students who complete this and still wish to get a paid internship after their Junior year are encouraged to do so. APPLY FOR CREDIT HERE. This is limited time exception, so if you are interested please fill out the form today!

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Be sure to follow your Bryan Adams NAF Academies on Instagram at @ba.naf!
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Intern Spotlight- Oscar Miranda

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Senior, Academy of Engineering & Academy of Health Sciences

"My internship was for Capital One. My team and I were given the task to create a company that will help our city(Dallas) to become a smart city. We choose to do this by creating a company that would help stop the spread of COVID-19 in a more innovative way. An example is that we came up with the idea of delivering COVID tests through robots and drones, another idea we came up with was that we could take testing buses to the elderly people and homeless so the also have the opportunity to be tested.

From this experience I learned to collaborate more with people I barely knew, and that as young as we think we are we can still have great ideas and plans that in the future can help us and other people"

Virtual Learning has begun!

NAF students approach virtual learning with tenacity! Here are some NAF advisors greeting students in the morning and preparing them for a day of virtual learning.

Students of the Month- October

These students have been nominated by their NAF Academy teachers because they display the positive attitude and work ethic of an exemplary NAF Student. Congrats, and keep up the great work!

Academy of Engineering

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Digital Electronics

Students create drawings of circuits and add them to their virtual engineering notebook for analysis

Academy of Information Technology

Academy of Health Sciences

Students in the Academy of Health Sciences introduce themselves to their classmates and serve as their own anatomical models in Human Body Systems
Mr. Bayson's Principles of Biomedical Science students analyze crime scenes both virtually and in the classroom