NBS is a K-12 Evangelical school. It is a Recognized-but not public school.
NBS is affiliated with the following organizations.
1. Ministry of Education to the State of Israel. As a recognized school in Israel, NBS is supervised by the Ministry of Education and receives partial/student funding from the Ministry. NBS is in the category of "recognized but not public" schools. Christian schools in Israel and a large number of Jewish schools formed by different non-profit organizations are in the same category.http://www.education.gov.IL/moe/english/ind.htm
2. Baptist Convention in Israel (BCI). This is the organization for the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention in Israel. It established the school. The ties between the school and BCI remain strong although the BCI transferred the school to a local Evangelical board in 1991. http://www.bcisrael.com/
3. Association of Baptist Churches in Israel. The Association of Baptist Churches in Israel (ABC) was established in the early nineteen sixties when three area churches: Nazareth Baptist, Jerusalem Baptist and Baptist Village joined forces to promote each individual church's effort through mutual cooperation and fellowship. Today, the ABC has approximately 800 baptized members and an overall community of 3000 believers in 20 churches in Galilee and Central Israel. Of these churches, 16 are native Arabic speaking churches and the remaining 4 worship in English and Spanish. The ABC is headquartered in Nazareth at the Nazareth Baptist House. ABC is a member of the European Baptist Federation and the Baptist World Alliance, which is a fellowship of Baptists with a world-wide community of 100 million people to date. The vision of the ABC is to reach the world with the message of Christ and to proclaim this message by showing love to all people. It seeks to be light and salt in the land where God became flesh and dwelt among us. ABC and NBS cooperate together as partners in the Baptist community and through relationships with Nazareth Evangelical College (NEC). http://www.baptist.org.il/en_index.php
4. The Convention of the Evangelical churches in Israel. The Convention, formed in 2005, is an umbrella organization for Arab Evangelicals in Israel. It includes Baptists, Assemblies of God, Brethren and Church of the Nazarene as well as para-churches (NBS included). http://www.comeandsee.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&Sid=637 http://www.ctlibrary.com/ct/2005/June/9.24.html
5. The Local Baptist Church –Nazareth. This church is the leading Evangelical church among Arab Evangelicals in Israel. It meets at NBS. It was established in 1996. Four out of the seven NBS board members are members of LBC. The church holds strong ties with NBS and is partnering with NBS in the relocation project. www.lbc-nazareth.org
6. Israel Educational forum (IEF). IEF is an organization that brings Evangelical and Messianic educational institutions under its umbrella (including higher education institutions, schools and discipleship organizations). http://blog.christianitytoday.com/ctliveblog/archives/2009/03/messianic_evang_2.html
7. NEMA-FON. Friends of Nazareth (FON). FON is a 501 (c) (3) Corporation incorporated in Illinois. It exists to serve the Nazareth Baptist School and to provide a sound way for donors in US to give tax deductible gifts that help advance evangelism and Christian beliefs at the school. All donations are tax deductible for USA tax payers. www.friendsofnazareth.org