Middle School Clubs
Lego Robotics League
The Lego Robotics League at North Cobb Christian is a place for students who are interested in engineering and strategy. Meeting dates varies weekly. Email Jeff Jackson to find out more information about the Lego Robotics Club.
C315 is a club just for middle school students (5th-8th grade) that meets every Wednesday at 3:15-4:30pm in Ms. Baxley's room. It's based on Colossians 3:15: "And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful." It focuses on spending time together and building relationships with each other, devotionals, service projects and simply having fun together. Email Joy Baxley to find out more information about C315.
Upper School Clubs
As part of our Math, Science and Technology initiative, North Cobb Christian has the privilege of participating in the BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Robotics competition being held at Southern Polytechnic University in Marietta. BEST Robotics is a national competition designed to promote interest in science and engineering fields. Competitions are held at local hubs around the country, which then funnel into the regional and national level. Email Ben Carr to find out more information about the Robotics Team.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets on Friday mornings from 7:00-7:45am monthly in the Student Life Center, with the dates posted and on the school events calendar. We have music, food, and great teaching to encourage students (athletes and non-atheletes) and faculty/staff in their walk with Christ. This is another great opportunity for you to build relationships with other students and to grow in your faith. Listen to the announcements to find out who will be speaking and make plans to come join us. Bring a friend! Email Nathan Wright to find out more information about FCA.
The International Club is a student-run organization open to all foreign and domestic students who are interested in the cultures, languages, and traditions of other nations. Through events, cultural or educational movies, discussions, presentations, games, and parties, the International Club is committed to promote education, respect, tolerance and unity among all the different-backgrounded students at North Cobb Christian School. Email Trent McMurtrey to find out more information about the International Club. Meeting dates coming soon.
The Chapel Club plans and organizes chapel gatherings at NCCS, including making videos and hosting and brainstorming creative elements of chapels. This club meets every Thursday from 3:15pm-4:15pm in the Student Life Center. E-mail Nathan Wright to find out more about this club.
The Service Club is a club for students who have a calling to service, need to fulfill service hours for school or just want to be a part of a group that serves others. This club meets every Wednesday during Upper School lunch. For information about this club, please e-mail Morgan Cochran.
Creative Writing Club
The NCCS Creative Writing Club will meet on Wednesdays twice a month after school and will give students a chance to participate in a writing workshop with peers and to work on individual writing skills. Club members will also read and evaluate creative works by contemporary authors (both poetry and fiction), in order to examine the authors' style and to use as models for student writing. E-mail Kristin Coats to get involved or to find out more about this club.
The Talon Student Newspaper
The Talon is a student-produced newspaper published quarterly that enables NCCS students to be informed regarding issues ranging from Eagle student life, athletic news, and themed devotions to entertainment and national news. Our mission as student journalists is clear: "The Talon seeks to glorify God by informing the student body about their school, community and world through truthful reporting, while keeping the reader interested and entertained." In addition to the staff articles, the editors of the The Talon would love to celebrate the talented writers in our student body at NCCS. Any Upper School student interested in having an article spotlighted in a future issue can submit the article to Amber Timms, faculty editor. Email Amber Timms to find out more information about the Talon Student Newspaper.
The staff of the NCCS Yearbook is made up of students who are interested in photography and journalism. They become the "eyes" of our school as they collect and record memories that will last long beyond our school days. Students can take Yearbook as a class, but if you are interested in taking pictures and go to a lot of school events, contact the yearbook editor. Email Nate Rupp to find out more information about the Yearbook.