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  • NCCS Announces NEW Junior Kindergarten Class

    NCCS is excited to announce a new Junior Kindergarten class starting in the 2018-2019 school year.  This new class will provide a bridge between preschool and kindergarten for children who may need a little more time to develop a strong beginning foundation. Our Junior Kindergarten program is designed to ensure
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  • Varsity Softball Players Receive Honors

    Congratulations to two of our varsity softball players for their recent softball honors -Sophomore Lollie Smith (pictured left) received Second Team All State honors for Infield in the GHSA Single A private school division.Senior Katie Boyd (pictured right) received Second Team All County honors for Outfield for all of Cobb
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  • NCCS Football Players Receive All-Region Honors

    Congratulations to the following NCCS football players for receiving All-Region Honors! 1st Team:John Robert Nelson (LB)Timothy Walker (Safety) 2nd Team:CJ Ayers ( CB)Nate Ellis (OL)Will Marquess (LB)KP Pierre (RB)Ryan Pruitt (ATH) Honorable Mention:Tobi Abiodun (OL), Bailey Armstrong (SS), Chandler Tolar (DL) & Jake Watson (QB)
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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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Tuesday, January 23, 2018 8am - 9:30am
 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 8:30am - 9:15am
 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 4:30pm - 8:30pm
 
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 6pm - 7:30pm
 
Saturday, January 27, 2018 8am - 4pm
 
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 8:10am - 8:45am
 
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Thursday, February 08, 2018 7pm - 9pm
 
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Saturday, February 10, 2018 7pm - 9pm
 
Thursday, March 15, 2018 7pm - 10pm
 
Friday, March 16, 2018 7pm - 10pm
 
Saturday, March 17, 2018 2pm - 5pm
 
Saturday, March 17, 2018 7pm - 10pm
 
Friday, March 23, 2018 5pm - 6pm
 
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Monday, April 23, 2018 12pm - 3pm

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915

Students

170

Faculty & Staff

1939

Top 25% SAT

1628

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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

What NCCS Means to Me

The NCCS Upper School Journalism Class shares one special word that sums up what NCCS means to each of them:

"FAMILY"
Isabella Moore, 11th GradeBella

The Oxford Dictionary defines family as “a group of people related by blood or marriage.” My time at NCCS has taught me that that definition is incorrect. A family is a group of people who care about you unconditionally. Before I came to NCCS, I would say my family consisted of my literal immediate family, but since I moved here, it has grown significantly. Moving to a new place and enrolling in a new school half way through the year as a 7th grader was bound to be hard. I was afraid that I wouldn't make any friends and that no one would like me, but right away I was welcomed. On the first day of school, I found that I fit perfectly into what is now my current friend group. It wasn't just the students, but the teachers too. I found that the teachers really cared about me and what grade I got in their classes. They went above and beyond to make sure I understood the curriculum, and they invested in my life as a person. I slowly began to realize that this wasn’t just a school--it was a family, and I was glad to be a part of it.

"BELONGING"
Kate Cunningham, 11th Grade

KateI have always had a sense of belonging at NCCS. Even before my first day, I was already accepted into the NCCS family and had friends. My relationships with my friends, teachers, and God began to grow on that first day and still continues to grow today. I feel that I belong at NCCS and that no other place would be a better fit for me. The teachers and students provide me support, comfort and encouragement even on my hardest days. While this is a place of belonging, it is also a place that holds me accountable for my actions and faith. This school is my home away from home. It has taught me many things and provided me with many relationships. The NCCS family was so quick to make me feel accepted and like I belonged, and I am so thankful for that because I know that because of the NCCS family, I have grown in every aspect of my life.

 

 

 

"CHALLENGE"Sara
Sara Parker, 11th Grade

Coming to North Cobb Christian School my sophomore year was honestly one of the most challenging decisions I made and faced in my life. Education is the one thing I have always valued in my life and wanted to succeed in and I wasn't doing that prior to NCCS. Once I moved to NCCS, I quickly realized how big of a change I had just made. Students and teachers really cared about what they were learning or teaching. It was a new challenge to put so much effort into my work and then it felt rewarding to see teachers put in the equal amount of effort. I was surprised by the learning curve I faced, because my previous efforts at my old school were not going to be enough to meet the standards at NCCS. Yet, I am all the more satisfied with being at NCCS, because I know my education is growing further than it would have previously and I am being challenged to succeed in all areas.

"OPPORTUNITIES"
Lily King, 10th Grade

LilyNCCS is a school that gives its students many opportunities. I moved here from Scotland when I was only 6 years old, so I was very nervous about my new home and school. Coming to NCCS made me feel very welcomed and at peace. Coming here has allowed me to be a part of so many things that I might not have been able to take part in elsewhere. I have enjoyed being a part of three sports, and I was even able to find the sport that I succeed best in. I have also been given many opportunities to participate in many musicals at NCCS. I have been in the annual musical since fourth grade, and I have been able to play many different roles. One of my favorite shows was The Sound of Music, where I was able to play the part of Marta Von Trapp. NCCS also has given me many academic options by providing great clubs, classes, and education. I have been able to take my learning to a new level. North Cobb Christian gives students opportunities like no other!

 

 

"ORIGIN"Abby
Abby Knapp, 12th Grade

The dictionary defines “origin” as “the point or place where something begins, arises, or is derived.” After 13 years at NCCS, it is truly my origin. I have had friends arise, my faith begin, and my education derived from Christian principles. This school is the origin of who I am and who I will continue to be. It was here that I became the person, student and child of God that I am. It was also here that I met teachers who encouraged me to grow year by year. I know God placed this school in my life to prune me for His work. As I prepare to branch out and leave, my origin will always be firmly rooted in NCCS.


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