We've made a profound discovery at North Cobb Christian School.When children are fully supported, challenged, loved, and known, amazing things happen. Namely, they become who they were created by God to be – reaching towards their full potential spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically.
When you think about it, supporting children this way sounds like a family, doesn’t it? So it’s no surprise that the number one comment we receive from parents and students alike is that NCCS feels like family – that it “feels like home.”
NCCS is more than a private Christian school. We're a family. And that makes all the difference.
Our children aren’t just taught — they’re loved. The teachers at NCCS pour themselves into the students. It’s also amazing how the students love each other, with older students supporting the younger ones. It’s a true family.
Reach out and let us know about your family.
Set up a personal tour designed around your family's needs!
Your student can experience a "day in the life" of a NCCS student.
We offer an easy, online application process.
At North Cobb Christian School, our students are loved. They are inspired to learn. And they are challenged to become leaders who impact their world for Christ.
We’d consider it an honor to welcome you home.
"We have full confidence that our
children are loved, safe, and
receiving a great education. Plus,
what we're teaching at home is
being reinforced at school. We
are more than just a number at
NCCS -- we are family."
The Cain Family
"Our love for NCCS began from
the first moment we stepped
inside. The warm greetings,
smiling faces, and good energy
flooded my spirit, and
immediately I knew
this was a special school."
The Chever Family
"We toured NCCS in 2009 and fell
in love with this sweet school.
We have been amazed
at the love the girls’ teachers
have shown them and how they
apply the principles
from God’s Word."
The Carter Family
Graduates earn a 4.0 or higher
State Championships in Arts + Athletics
million in scholarships earned by recent graduating classes
acre campus between Acworth and Kennesaw
international students in recent graduating classes
AP, Honors and dual enrollment classes