We are different ... all of us. We were made that way on purpose by a mighty God who revels in creativity and diversity! A God who became human, a God who chose a fugitive to emancipate his people in Egypt, a God who would care for a Samaritan, dine with a tax collector, and dare to speak to the woman at the well. Our God is a God whose sole interest is in the hearts of people. We seek, with each new day, to serve, respect and love our neighbors as ourselves. We believe that who we are here, in this lifetime, is but a dim reflection of who we will be there, in eternity: brothers and sisters in the family of God standing together ... embracing others, reflecting him.
Statement of Diversity
North Cobb Christian School is an interdenominational Christian, college-preparatory day school for grades K3-12. We operate as an independent, self-governing non-profit organization. We believe that the very essence of a student’s Christian education is not only academic, but should include the integration of scripture and the application of biblical truth in every aspect of life. North Cobb Christian School admits students regardless of race, color, ethnic, or national origin who possess the motivation, ability, and character that would enable them to succeed in our school community to the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. NCCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic, or national origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. North Cobb Christian School recognizes that our community is much stronger as we embrace the richness found in the diversity of traditions, heritage, experience and background of each individual. Our desire is to be intentional in celebrating the differences that our Creator carefully knit together to form the family we call NCCS.
Our purpose at North Cobb Christian School is to love our neighbors and to reflect the love of Christ in our diverse community. With Scripture as our guide, we aim to embrace creativity, celebrate diversity, and deepen our respect for others while assessing curricular and co-curricular programs to reflect the love of God, resulting in a growing community that impacts the world for Christ.
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