Middle School Student Government 2019-2020 Announced!

Being a member of the NCCS MS Student Government is a privilege and a big responsibility. Student Representatives are student leaders and are expected to act as such at all times. Members of the student council are held to a high standard, both academically and behaviorally.

During Fall Retreat, students were nominated by peers to become a candidate for Student Government. Candidates “campaigned” this week by displaying signs in the main Middle School hallway and handing out flyers and treats to their constituents. The students were very creative with slogans such as “ Don’t fret, vote for Brett," “Vote for Jack, he’s got your back," and “Pray Daily, vote for Bailey."

The MS Student Government “Campaign Week” culminated with all candidates delivering a one-minute speech during an assembly. The candidates elected to serve in the 2019/2020 MS
Student Government are:

5th grade Representatives:
Lauren Kate Looper
Jack Bitner

6th Grade Representatives:
Maddie Hodges
Andy Reed

7th Grade Representatives:
Joey Simmons
Amara Mawdesley

8th Grade Representatives:
Pierce Newson
Dai Mendoza

President: Jack O'Connor
VP: Brett Rau
Secretary: Emma Bartlett
Treasurer: Bailey Morrow
Chaplain: Tobias Rupp


Advisor Liaison : Riley Sargent

NCCS Students Honored as AP Scholars!

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Congratulations to these amazing NCCS students for being named AP Scholars for their top achievements on Advanced Placement exams.

The Advanced Placement (AP) Program through the College Board recognizes high school students who have demonstrated outstanding college-level achievement through their AP performance.

AP Scholar

Awarded to students scoring a 3 or more on at least three AP exams.
Grade 12 - Brian Arp, Nicholas Byrd, Robert Lang, Eddie Lee, Jeremiah Parker, Jerry Xu
2019 Graduates - Erica Garcia (Alabama), Kylie Tobey (UGA), Autumn Young (UGA)

AP Scholar with Honor

Awarded to students who averaged a minimum of 3.25 on the AP exams they take and score 3 or more on at least 4 of those exams.
Grade 12 - Aidan Durity
2019 Graduates - Jake Watson (GA Tech)

AP Scholar with Distinction

Awarded to students who average a minimum of 3.5 on all their AP exams and score 3 or more on at least five of those exams.
Grade 12 - June Baek, Hallie Meier

Student Life Announces MobileServe Partnership


NEW COMMUNITY SERVICE APP | US Students Please Download
We are excited to announce our new partnership with MobileServe, a mobile app that facilitates logging community service opportunities! This app will REPLACE all paper forms formerly used to log your hours. MobileServe makes tracking and verifying service hours easy, so no more paper check-ins, trying to remember dates and hours, or compiling group information!

Even better, once you create your profile, you can track your service hours for years to come -- even after graduation. 

Every Upper School student received an email invitation to set up an account. Look for emails from Student Life Director Jonathan Ray on how this app will revolutionize community service at NCCS! 

COMMUNITY SERVICE | New guidelines
We’ve made some changes to our guidelines this year. To find out what the NCCS community service program entails, please check out this portion of the NCCS student handbook. 

College Planning Events | Fall 2019

Alabama University Visit NCCS

Our college planning season has kicked off and is chugging full steam ahead! Our North Cobb Christian Upper School students have numerous opportunities to learn about college and university options, as well as to hone their test-taking prowess at ACT and SAT prep sessions. Bright futures ahead! 

These visits are for students in grades 11 and 12, who must register through their Naviance account. To reset your Naviance account, email Summer Pendley.

> The Ohio State University | Monday, August 19  9:00 a.m.
> Mississippi State University | Monday, 8.19  10:45 a.m. 
> Samford University | Monday, 8.19  12:30 p.m.
> The University of West Georgia | Tuesday, 8.20  9:00 a.m.
> The University of Alabama | Tuesday, 8.20  10:45 a.m. 
> Jacksonville State University | Tuesday, 8.20  12:30 p.m.

SAT CRASH COURSE FOR SENIORS | Tuesday, 8.20, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Review of test strategies in preparation for the SAT on 8.24.19. Click here to register; cost is $75. 

This meeting on Tuesday, 8.20 at 6:30 p.m. or Wednesday, 8.21 at 7:30 a.m. (during Take One) is for juniors and their parents to learn about the resources that help set the stage for this important year of college planning. Click here to register.

A Washington and Lee University representative will host an information session on Saturday, 8.24 at 2:00 p.m. | Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center, 246 Perimeter Center Parkway, NE, Atlanta, 30346 

PEACH STATE TOUR | Monday, 8.26.19 
Information sessions for Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, and The University of Georgia. Registration is limited, so register HERE ASAP, if interested.

ACT TEST PREP | 6-week course 
This course is held Saturdays 8.31, 9.7, 9.14, 10.5, 10.12 and 10.17 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. in preparation for the ACT on 10.26.19. Click here to register; cost is $475.


Lower School STEAM DAY Success!

North Cobb Christian Steam Day

Our Lower School students spent the day as scientists, programmers, engineers, artists, and mathematicians during our school-wide STEAM Day on August 15!!

Exploring the theme of the Three Little Pigs, students created structures strong enough to withstand “huffing and puffing,” wrote a computer program and animated a story to help the wolf find the pigs’ houses, created a catapult to catch the wolf, crafted masks as a disguise, and created graph-paper blueprints using angles so the wolf can have a newly designed floor plan. Needless to say, they all had a BLAST!!

Huge thanks to Technology and STEAM teacher Carol Coleman and Principal Wendy Titus for spearheading this endeavor, along with Patrick McDonald, our phenomenal teachers, and our many Parent STEAM Team volunteers.

What an amazing day of outside-the-box learning and critical thinking! 

#STEAMday #WeAreProblemSolvers #WeAreNCCS

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