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!SoftballAllRegion

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 Round of the State Tournament this year. Congratulations to each of these players for earning this honor!

GEEC Program: A Big Win for You & NCCS!

NCCS TaxDecide2017 graphicThe 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 state tax dollars to GEEC and receive a TAX CREDIT on their Georgia income tax return.

As long as the $58 million cap has not been met, a married couple can re-direct $2,500 and individuals can redirect $1,000 for a dollar-for-dollar tax credit. Each owner/partner of LLCs, Partnerships, and S-Corps can redirect up to $10,000 to GEEC for a tax credit. C-Corporations can receive a tax credit up to 75% of their Georgia tax liability for contributions made to GEEC.

NCCS is accepting tax credit applications NOW for 2018! With the growing popularity of the program and the addition of pass-through entities being able to contribute, the $58 million dollar cap will be reached and even EXCEEDED on January 2, 2018. NOW is the time to get your forms completed and turned in. You won’t have to pay anything until the first quarter of 2018.

All new participants will need to complete an application. You can either complete this application (found HERE) and give it to the Development Office or, if you filed last year, simply contact Andrea Ferguson in the Development Office to renew your application.

Lower School Serves Others Well

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325 Furry Friends
215 K5 - 4th Students
51 K3 & K4 Students
37 NCCS Teachers
17 Volunteers
That's how we serve in NCCS Lower School! Our K3-4th grade wrote 1200 encouraging notes with Bible verses that they wrapped around 1200 pieces silverware to give to MUST Ministries and to help a church that is assisting with hurricane relief in the Houston area. Lower School students also gave 325 of their own furry friends to give to police and firemen for them to share with children during times of distress and with children who lost everything in Hurricane Harvey. Our K3 and K4 students colored hearts that were tied to the furry friends and prayed over them before sending them off. This year’s service chapel was definitely a success as our students learned to share the compassion and love of Jesus by giving of their time, treasure, and talents!

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2017 Middle & Upper School Retreats

Retreat2WebNorth Cobb Christian School kicked off the 2017-2018 school year with the annual Middle and Upper Retreat2WebSchool Retreats. The retreats are designed to allow the students to interact with classmates and teachers through activities, group time, special speakers, and worship. Both groups competed in Color Wars (Upper School) and Tribe Wars (6th-8th grade), participated in worship, enjoyed outdoor recreation time, and heard from key speakers. With the Middle School (6th-8th grade) at Woodlands in Cleveland, GA, fifth graders at Cherokee YMCA, and Upper School at Shocco Springs in Talladega, AL, the retreats were a unique experience away from the walls of NCCS.

Nathan Wright, NCCS Student Life Director, described the time on retreats as ”always a special time eachRetreat1Web year, and this year was no different. When you take a second and zoom out, you realize that these moments turn to memories that will stick with our students throughout their whole lives. It'd be hard to pack in any more fun on these retreats. It's an undertaking, but it's so worth it. In addition to the connections and relationships students built upon with other students and teachers, students were able to take time to draw closer to the Lord. We had around ten students that came to life in Jesus for the first time, as they trusted Him as their Savior. You can't put words around that.” Each group returned to NCCS expressing the desire to continue to have open hearts for God’s path and to continue to keep the feeling of community that was cultivated at retreat alive when they returned to school.


NCCS Senior Selected for MIT Science, Technology and Engineering Program

This summer NCCS senior K.P. KPPierrePierre was selected to participate in a six-month MIT Online Science, Technology, and Engineering Community program for select rising high school seniors from across the country who have a strong academic record and interest in science and engineering. During the Academic Phase of the program, K.P. completed online courses in Technical Writing and Combinatorics. During the last of July, K.P. traveled to MIT where he also completed short courses in Molecular Biology and Astrophysics. While at MIT, K.P. presented his final project in Combinatorics to the MIT academic faculty. For the next six months, K.P. will continue the Enrichment Phase and continue studies in science and engineering; interact with faculty, researchers, and professionals; and receive online mentorship from undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and industry professionals. Congratulations to K.P. for his selection and accomplishment!


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