We Are NCCS.
We Are Family.
We Are Scholars.
We Are Artists.
We Are Athletes.
We Are Servant Leaders.
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North Cobb Christian School just feels


We hear these words continually from parents and students alike. From our founding in 1983 by a few faithful families to today’s thriving student body of nearly 1,000 learners on our expansive 50-acre private Christian school campus in Kennesaw, Georgia, NCCS has stayed true to our calling of “family.”

The NCCS Vision


NCCS isn't just a school. It's family.

The top comment we receive from students and parents is that NCCS “feels like home.” This isn’t coincidental. We intentionally cultivate a culture of faith, support and love through small class sizes, programs where students discover their unique genius, and countless opportunities for students to bond and grow together -- from weekly chapel to retreats, and from peer mentoring to Spring Term trips. The bottomline: we are more than a school. We are a family.

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Our children aren’t just taught -- they’re loved. We couldn’t ask for our kids to be surrounded by better mentors. NCCS Parent

Cultivating Hearts

Firm foundations of faith & identity. 

At NCCS, Jesus is the center, and that makes all the difference. We exist to lead students towards grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Additionally, we believe that if students discover their unique gifts and interests, they develop a strong sense of who God made them to be. With this sense of identity comes a great advantage: Our students know who they are … they know Whose they are … and they are empowered to live with purpose. 

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I choose to teach at NCCS because, here, I have the gift of openly sharing my love for Jesus with my students.

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Challenging Minds

Individualized education equates to incredible success.

NCCS’s unique, individualized approach develops students’ unique genius at our private school in Cobb County. We offer STEM/STEAM for preschool - 12th grade, on-campus dual enrollment, five NCCS Academies (magnet programs), extensive AP + honors, and innovative college counseling. We have a 100% graduation and college acceptance rate, including Harvard, Brown, Johns Hopkins, and hundreds more. Graduating classes earn ~$10 million in scholarships; over 30% of grads earn a 4.0 or higher.

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Our daughter is absolutely thriving at college. Even better, she has a strong foundation of faith. NCCS Parent

Impacting Culture

At NCCS, we send our students out, and we invite the world in. 

Our students thrive through “global classroom” experiences that allow them to impact our world for Christ. Students in preschool through 12th grade participate in regular community service, from charities in our own backyard to global Spring Term missions trips. NCCS also houses a robust International Student Program, hosting students from around the globe who thrive amidst our beautifully diverse student body. 

Serving the community became a natural part of my life at NCCS. In serving, I gained much more than I gave. NCCS Alumni

News & Events

The Rainwater family poses at graduation with a quote about North Cobb Christian School.

At North Cobb Christian School, our greatest honor is partnering with parents to help "train children up in the way they should go, that when they are old they will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). We look forward to another great year loving our students well and establishing them firmly on God's Truth! 

Current families, check your email for a reenrollment announcement from Beth Wright...

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North Cobb Christian School and Cedarcrest Church will co-host a free public event featuring international speaker Marziyeh Amirizadeh on Monday, January 10, 2021, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at Cedarcrest Church. Amirizadeh, an Iranian-born Christian refugee and author of Captive in Iran: A Remarkable True Story of Hope and Triumph amid the Horror of Tehran's Brutal Evin Prison, will share the miraculous, jaw-dropping story of being arrested, persecuted and sentenced to death in Iran for her faith...

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Group photo of student government and the Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy facilitators

NCCS student government is participating in an intentional leadership development program through Chick-fil-A Leader Academy, and the first session was very impactful (and FUN)! Created specifically with high school students in mind, the program’s goal is to further servant leadership skills through opportunities for students to step up and advocate by creating solutions for real-world problems.

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Three varsity football players pose in front of new fieldhouse

The Dietrich Athletic Training Center received a major upgrade this year, and our student athletes, P.E. students and weight training classes are benefiting big time! Formerly the Dietrich Field House, the newly outfitted training facility features a multi-functional outdoor turf area....

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Circle of Prayer 2021

Beginning the year in prayer together during our annual Circle of Prayer is an opportunity and honor that we greatly cherish. On August 17, we had the privilege to gather in our gym for a time of worship, fellowship, and group prayer for the school year ahead!

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The NcCS Honor Guard presents our American flag.

We're excited to introduce our new NCCS Honor Guard! This group of stellar middle school students will be responsible for presenting the national colors at ceremonies and sporting events, while learning patriotism and service for others before self. We were recently blessed by the support of the Ron Asby North Cobb American Legion Post 304, who donated funds to help launch our program. We're so thankful for their partnership!

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Why We Love North Cobb Christian School (NCCS)




In addition to feeling like a family, what makes NCCS so special is how the teachers and coaches really encourage you to develop your talents and explore diverse interests. My schedule was set up so I had time for track, time for band, time for my classes, and time to be in the [spring] musical. Everyone here works with you to balance your schedule, so you can achieve everything you want to achieve. Synclair Savage, Alumni class of '20




My goal, as a teacher and mentor, is to instill a love for Jesus Christ into my students. I am continually blessed by the people I work with. All of the administration, faculty and staff here at NCCS have a deep love for the students and families they represent. Our united goal is to impact our students for Christ, so that they can, in turn, impact culture. I thank God every day that I have the opportunity to be part of a community and purpose that is focused solely on Him.
Marybeth lawler, Middle School bible + Art Teacher

The Cardens



We love NCCS for its emphasis on spiritual formation, as well as the development of the whole child. Our children have been challenged and well prepared for college. The teachers, who go the extra mile, just become part of your family -- they invest so much into the kids. We love our school for the community and the depth of learning our children have received and continue to receive.Zack + Tennyson Carden, NCCS Parents

The FungAWings



NCCS teachers are the cream of the crop. The lives of our children are radically different because of the impact their teachers have made on their hearts. They truly love Jesus with their whole hearts and love our children as if they were their very own. I don’t even have words to express how much this means to our family. Dean + Gabrielle Fung A Wing, NCCS ParentS




I love the beautiful diversity at NCCS. We have had opportunities to welcome students from so many parts of the globe as part of our International Program. I love coming into the cafeteria and seeing a Chinese student sitting with Korean, Brazilian, and American students and watching them laugh with each other.Emily Siller, Upper School Counselor