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  • Softball Players Selected for All-Region Team

    Congratulations to the following softball players who were selected for the 2017 Region 6-A(Sub B) All Region Teams! Katie Boyd (1st team - Outfield)Briley Lawson (1st team - Catcher)Gabi Merced (2nd team - Infield)Lollie Smith (1st team - Infield) These ladies' performances played a major role in the Lady Eagles' advancement to the 2nd
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  • GEEC Program: A Big Win for You & NCCS!

    The Georgia Education Expense Credit (GEEC) is an incredible and proven opportunity that allows NCCS TaxDecide2017 graphicGeorgia taxpayers to redirect a portion of their state income tax to provide scholarships for eligible students to attend North Cobb Christian School. Each calendar year Georgia taxpayers can redirect a portion of their
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  • Lower School Serves Others Well

    1200 Wrapped Silverware325 Furry Friends215 K5 - 4th Students51 K3 & K4 Students37 NCCS Teachers17 VolunteersThat's how we serve in NCCS Lower School! Our K3-4th grade wrote 1200 encouraging notes with Bible verses that they wrapped around 1200 pieces silverware to give to MUST Ministries and to help a church that
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  • 2017 Middle & Upper School Retreats

    North Cobb Christian School kicked off the 2017-2018 school year with the annual Middle and Upper Retreat2WebSchool Retreats. The retreats are designed to allow the students to interact with classmates and teachers through activities, group time, special speakers, and worship. Both groups competed in Color Wars (Upper School) and Tribe
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  • NCCS Senior Selected for MIT Science, Technology and Engineering Program

    This summer NCCS senior K.P. Pierre was selected to participate in a six-month MIT Online Science, Technology, and Engineering Community program for select rising high school seniors from across the country who have a strong academic record and interest in science and engineering. During the Academic Phase of the program, K.P.
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Monday, December 18, 2017 8am - 11:15am
 
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 8am - 11:15am
 
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Thursday, February 08, 2018 7pm - 9pm
 
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Saturday, February 10, 2018 7pm - 9pm
 
Monday, April 23, 2018 12pm - 3pm

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170

Faculty & Staff

1939

Top 25% SAT

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  • Our NCCS journey began in 2006 when Christopher was going into the fourth grade. One short year later my husband became very ill and almost lost his life. NCCS’s staff, teachers, and coaches rallied around us and became like family. Fortunately, my husband recovered and we had a few more years; however, he became ill again and passed away in 2012. Through a difficult time, NCCS provided my family with love that is not common from a school. NCCS never let us feel alone in that difficult time. That same year Christopher was entering high school and was trying to Read More
    Our NCCS journey began in 2006 when Christopher was going into the fourth grade. One short year later my husband became very ill and almost lost his life. NCCS’s staff, teachers, and coaches rallied around us and became like family. Fortunately, my husband recovered and we had a few more years; however, he became ill again and passed away in 2012. Through a difficult time, NCCS provided my family with love that is not common from a school. NCCS never let us feel alone in that difficult time. That same year Christopher was entering high school and was trying to figure out what his path would be.  The great thing about NCCS is that there are so many opportunities available. Christopher was able to experience so many different areas. He played football, participated in mock trial and Student Government and became a member of the Academy of the Arts Theatre. The Theatre is where he found not only his passion but according to Christopher, it helped him get through the loss of his father. NCCS helped him find his God given gifts and talents. He found theatre and fell in love with it. Christopher will now be pursuing a degree in Acting from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.  The thing is, NCCS did a lot more for my family than just provide an excellent education for Christopher. NCCS partnered with me to help Christopher find who he was as a person, while helping him realize what it’s all about: Jesus Christ. NCCS was not just a school. It was a second home to my son. It was a place where he was loved, encouraged, and pushed to be the best version of himself. That’s our NCCS story.
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NCCS Blog

Habitudes Launch: Teaching Students to Lead Themselves Well

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Each year at North Cobb Christian School we have a theme verse that guides our discussions and thoughts at a deeper level. This year's verse is Proverbs 4:23: “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” The verse is timely as we launch Habitudes, a Growing Leaders program focused on helping students navigate life’s unique obstacles and possibilities.

Tim Elmore, the founder and president of Growing Leaders, defines a leader as someone who has influence. As teachers and staff members at NCCS one of the best opportunities we have is to help students develop leadership habits and attitudes that will flow from a guarded heart and impact the world. Life’s opportunities and obstacles will be difficult chapters in our stories that we will need to manage and overcome, but how we respond to these situations will reflect our true character.

This year’s curriculum is Book One of Habitudes which teaches students how to lead themselves well. We will focus on ten different Habitudes with one launched in chapel each month and then reinforced in our community groups throughout the month. The common language developed through this journey will allow a core vocabulary to infiltrate every aspect of our school. Each Habitude unit begins with a dilemma leading to an image which opens up a conversation and an experience that we pray will change the lives of our students. A couple weeks ago at the middle and upper school retreats, we launched the first Habitude called the Iceberg, representing the importance of our character. The ten percent above the water is your skill and the ninety percent below the water is your character. It's what is below the surface that sinks ships.

As new Habitudes are introduced, parents will receive an email with material to help you engage in conversations about the various Habitudes with your children. I hope you will join in the discussion and partner with us as we endeavor to help students in the following ways:
- break free from negative peer pressure and influence others in a positive way
- experience greater empathy and minimize students giving each other a difficult time
- embrace a growth mindset that values hard work, resilience, and grit
- develop critical thinking skills that produce better life choices such as: choosing healthy friendships, improving study habits, and setting goals
- capitalize on personal strengths, gifts, aptitudes, and abilities to understand the call that God has on their life

We look forward to what God will do in the lives of our staff and students as we continue this journey together.

Todd Clingman
Head of School 

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