North Cobb Christian School Open House | 1.26.19

North Cobb Christian School will host a K3 - 12th-grade open house for prospective families on Saturday, January 26, 2019, from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Families looking for authentic Christian education -- from private preschool through high school -- can plan to drop in anytime on the morning of January 26, between 9:30 - 11:30, for a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what makes life at North Cobb Christian School so extraordinary for students. 

NCCS Parents: "This school feels like home."  

A common observation as parents enter our front doors during open houses is that NCCS just "feels like home." We literally hear this all the time -- and it's the best compliment we could get!

At NCCS, we take our partnership between home and church seriously as we help develop students into their full potential for Christ. From a biblically-integrated, academically-advanced curriculum, to robust visual and theatrical arts programs, to championship-level athletics, students from preschool K3 through grade 12 are provided with an array of opportunities to explore their God-given gifts and abilities under our roof. 

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Open House: Experience the difference.

At the NCCS Open House on January 26, parents and students will get a chance to preview these programs and more, as well as meet leadership, faculty and other North Cobb Christian School families. Prospective families will also be given a tour of their areas of interest, including our private Christian preschool, Lower School, Middle School, Upper School, theater and sports facilities, and more!

Parents can also schedule a private tour of our expansive 50-plus-acre campus at anytime, including touring sports facillities and the site of our future state-of-the-art Upper School building and STEM Center!  To schedule a private tour, simply email Beth Wright at, or call 770-975-0252 and ask for Beth or Joan. 

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There is no need to RSVP for the Open House. Rather, just drop in anytime on January 26, between 9:30-11:30. We can't wait to "welcome you home." 

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Can't make our open house, but still interested in learning more? Give Beth Wright and Joan Carver a call in our admissions office: 770-975-0252, or shoot them a quick e-mail HERE. They'd be happy to hear from you! 



Timothy Program | Student-to-Student Mentoring

October 3, 2018 | by Megan Strange, US Principal 

North Cobb Christian School TimothyProgram.jpgThis week, we celebrated one of the most special days of the school year at North Cobb Christian School: the kickoff of our Timothy Program, which serves K5 through 12th grade students. In alignment with our heartfelt commitment to developing the whole student -- mind, body and spirit -- NCCS launched the Timothy Program five years ago as a means to pair older student volunteers with younger students for mentoring, encouragment, tutoring, and all-around support. Just as "iron sharpens iron," our students have this opportunity to sharpen and grow from each other. 

Mentor / mentee pairs for the 2018-19 year were revealed this week -- but not before MUCH prayer, recruiting, training and communicating went into the process by our amazing team of school counselors.

Trust me when I say that a lot of prayer goes into the pairing of students. So, to see the pairs meet each other for the first time was so very special. 

If you're unfamiliar with NCCS's Timothy Program, here are some quick facts for you: 

Q: What grade levels can be Timothy Program mentors?
A: Grades 9 - 12 can serve as mentors. 

Q: What grade levels can be mentees?
A: Students in grades K5 - 8th are traditionally the mentees, although we have occasionally had a 9th grader.

Q: How often do the pairs meet?
A: Pairs meet once a week for an hour throughout the school year. The mentor plans the meeting time and day with the parent, so it fits both of their schedules. This scheduling typically occurs during the Reveal Breakfast.

Q: How many students are participating this year?
A: This year, our counselors were able to create 57 mentor/mentee pairings, involving 114 students. 

Q: Who is the point of contact for the program? 
A: For questions regarding the Timothy Program at North Cobb Christian School, contact Emily Siller, Upper School Counselor, or any of our NCCS counselors. 

NorthCobbChristianSchool_Preschool_High School_TimothyI wanted to share this amazing program with you simply because of something I'm always struck by on the reveal day. I'm always so moved to see a HUGE group of Upper School students who have signed up to spend 30-plus hours this year investing into our younger students. It's such an incredible commitment and opportunity for them, as well as for the younger students they will be serving.

As our mentors paraded into the room at this week's breakfast and began diving into meaningful conversations with their mentees, I was also struck by this: The reason they know how to do this great, important work is because of their amazing parents -- and also because of our TEACHERS. Our teachers spend each day, every day, modeling what it looks like to pour into others and demonstrating the value in authentic connection. And, you know what? Our students are paying attention - to the point that they can turn around and make the same impact on other students' lives. They are really getting it!

God is doing something really special across our school from K5 through 12th grade, and it's a beautiful cycle to see unfold. 

North Cobb Christian School Timothy Program Mentoring 


Lower School Launches NEW After School Activities

We are excited to announce an extreme makeover for our after school program for the 2018-2019 school year!

FlipSide LogoJoin us on the FLIPSIDE - our after school program for K3-4th grade students! Where the FUN does not stop when the school day ends!
Students will have FUN after the bell as we make every minute count!
Flipside engages your child, combining after school care with the FUN they crave!

FLIPSIDE offers an assortment of enrichment activities, called SIDEKICKS, designed for all ages and interests and available at an additional charge. Students may participate in Sidekicks activities separately or in addition to attending our Flipside after school program. Sidekicks enrichment activities expand learning so every student can thrive by providing opportunities to explore and discover students’ interests and passions in a safe, structured and engaging environment. Students in K3 - 4th grade will have meaningful after school time with opportunities in art, music, dance, sports, STEAM, academics and everyday skills.

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For more information, see our Flipside page.
For descriptions and dates of Sidekicks activities for the 2018-2019 school year, click [HERE].
To register for Sidekicks activities, click [HERE].

Questions? Contact Wendy Titus or Julie Nichols.

Back to School Dates 2018

Mark your calendars for the following Back to School dates for the 2018/2019 school year!

Thursday, July 26 - New Family Dinner - 6:30pm

Tuesday, July 31 - Parent Orientation Videos e-mailed for each division (replaces Parent Orientation meetings this year)

Thursday, August 2 - Meet the Teacher 
8:30am - 9:30am - K3 - 1st Grade
9:30am - 10:30am - 2nd - 4th Grade
10:30am - 11:00am - New Middle School Students
11:00am - 12:00pm - Returning Middle School Students
1:30pm - 2:00pm - New Upper School Students
2:00pm - 3:00pm - Returning Upper School Students
Eagles Nest School Store will be open

Friday, August 3 - 1st Day of School for K3 - 2nd grade students (Full day)
K5-2nd grade - 8:00am - 2:40pm
K3 & K4 - 8:15am - 2:40pm
Flipside - Lower School After School Program available (formerly Quest Club)

Friday, August 3 - Senior Rafting Trip

Monday, August 6 - 1st Day of School 3rd - 12th grade students (Full day)
3rd & 4th grade - 8:00am - 2:40pm
Flipside - Lower School After School Program available (formerly Quest Club)
5th-12th grade - 8:00am - 3:00pm

Thursday, August 9 - All School Picnic for all NCCS families - 6:00pm on football field


Celebrating Our Students

Congratulations to our MDJ Scholar Athletes!
We are proud to announce that nine seniors have been named as 2018 Marietta Daily Journal Scholar Athletes. In order to qualify for this honor, athletes must be graduating seniors, have a GPA of 3.5 or better as of the first semester of the 2017-2018 school year, and must have competed in two or more GHSA-sanctioned varsity sports during their senior year. These student-athletes will be featured in the Sunday, May 27th edition of the Marietta Daily Journal. Congratulations to the following NCCS seniors for achieving this honor:

K.P. Pierre - Football, Swimming, Track - 4.5217
Robert Mathis IV - Football, Swimming, Track - 4.2451
Will Marquess - Football and Golf - 4.1186
Austin Clark, Football and Baseball - 4.0439
Katie Ann Boyd - Softball and Basketball - 4.066
Eric Hiser - Basketball and Tennis - 3.9717
John Robert Nelson - Football and Track - 3.9464
Caroline Bohannan - Softball, Basketball, Soccer - 3.6909
Mallory Dennard - Softball and Golf - 3.537

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Pictured left to right:  K.P. Pierre, Robert Mathis, Austin Clark, Katie Boyd, Caroline Bohannan, John Robert Nelson, and Will Marquess.
Not pictured - Eric Hiser and Mallory Dennard

2018 MDJ Boys Scholar Athlete of the Year KPPierreWeb
Congratulations to senior K. P. Pierre for being selected as the 2o18 MDJ Boys’ Scholar Athlete of the Year! K. P. will be featured in the May 27th edition of the Marietta Daily Journal.

Dooley Award RecipientsDooleyAwardsWeb
Congratulations to Katie Boyd and John Robert Nelson who are the recipients of this year’s Vincent J. Dooley Award for North Cobb Christian School. These awards, presented each year by Athletes for a Better World and the Georgia High School Association, recognize one male and one female senior athlete at each high school. Recipients are chosen for their distinguished individual character, outstanding teamwork, and citizenship. We are proud of you, Katie and John Robert!

Senior Matthew Brown Receives Paul Chastain Citizenship Award

MatthewBrownWebThe Paul Chastain Citizenship Award is presented annually by the Kennesaw Business Association to a student that demonstrates good citizenship. Congratulations to this year's Paul Chastain Citizenship Award and scholarship winner - Matthew Brown! We are proud of you, Matthew!

Senior Mallory Dennard Receives Acworth Business
Association Scholarship


Congratulations to NCCS senior Mallory Dennard for being recognized by the Acworth Business Association as a difference maker in our community. Mallory has been particularly inspired by the opportunity she has had through the Spring Term program at NCCS to invest in the people of Haiti. Mallory is going to attend The University of Tennessee with plans to major in supply chain management. Congratulations Mallory, we are proud of you!

Senior Ellery Payne Selected as UGA “Georgette”ElleryPayneWeb
Congratulations to NCCS Ellery Payne who was selected to be part of next year’s “Georgettes” - the dance team at the University of Georgia.. This team performs on the field during the football games and travels with the team. Way to go, Ellery!

NCCS Junior Selected for Georgia Tech STEM Internship


Congratulations to NCCS junior Erika Johnson who has been granted a summer internship with STEM at Georgia Institute of Technology. She will have the opportunity to experience what's it's like to be an engineer or scientist working on innovative and real world projects, such as developing a prototype situational awareness platform for public safety and emergency response, while also participating in cutting edge robotics design and research. Erika has enjoyed being a member of the STEM Academy at NCCS since her freshman year and she plans to study engineering in college. We are proud of you, Erika!

NCCS Student AthletesSigningsWeb Commit to College Programs
Huge congratulations to our student athletes ten athletes who are continuing their athletic journeys at the college level!
Bailey Armstrong - Football - Berry College
Carly Fletcher - Cheerleading - Mercer University
Robert Howard - Golf - Kennesaw State University
Briley Lawson - Softball - Truett-McConnell University
Thomas Lupien - Golf - Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Gabi Merced - Softball - Bryan College
Hunter Norman - Basketball - Georgia College & State
Ellery Payne - Georgettes Dance Team - University of Georgia
Ronny Piepmeier - Baseball - Chattanooga State University
Chas Savage - Basketball - Millsaps College

Baseball All Region Honors
Congratulations to Carter Guarino, Ryan Suppa, Bryce Lawrence, and Ronny Piepmeier for receiving All-Region honors! Great job, guys!










Lower School Students Compete in National Mathfest Competition
Congratulations to our Lower School students for representing NCCS so well at the National Mathfest Competition held in Birmingham on Saturday, May 19. There were only 80 students from 11 different states who made it to the national competition at each grade level.
NCCS 2nd graders:
Mack and Mason Meadows
Benjamin Brink - 4th place
NCCS 3rd graders:
Nicholas Prince
Emma Strange - 7th place
NCCS 4th grader:
Samuel Brink - top 23
We are so proud of each of our students!

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