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Let's Stock CHOA's Feed the Heart Pantry!


As you may know, January is Kindness Month here at NCCS. We always make an extra effort to observe Kindness Month through programs and challenges to help our students grow in kindness in their own lives. Galatians 5:22-23 reminds us that kindness is a fruit of the Spirit, which means that kindness is evidence that we are walking with Christ!

We have the opportunity to show kindness through a special food drive benefiting the Feed the Heart program at the Sibley Heart Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Feed the Heart provides meals, snacks and drinks for heart patients and their families during hospital stays, so that families don't have to worry about food and can focus on caring for their children. Click here to find out more! 

Next week (January 24-28), we will unite as a school community to collect food and drink items to send to CHOA to help stock their Feed the Heart program. They request a specific list of items, so below you’ll find the items that your division is responsible for bringing. Please only bring these items. 

Lower School

Drop off outside Mr. McDonald’s office OR outside the MFP room across from Mrs. Nelson’s 1st grade classroom.

  • Individual boxes of cereal

  • Snack-size candy bars

  • Breakfast bars and granola bars

  • Individual packages of peanut butter or cheese crackers

  • Single-serving packets of instant oatmeal or grits

Middle School

Drop off outside Mr. Williams’s office

  • Single-serving cups of microwavable macaroni and cheese, soup, pasta, ramen noodles or stew

  • Single-serving bags of chips, pretzels, cookies or crackers

  • Fruit or applesauce cups

  • Individually packaged breakfast pastries, muffins, doughnuts or Pop-Tarts

Upper School

Drop off outside Mr. Smith’s office in the US Building

  • Bottled water, Keurig K-Cups (coffee, tea, cocoa)

  • Canned soft drinks

  • Individual plastic bottles of iced tea, lemonade and sparkling water

  • Individual plastic bottles of juice (no juice boxes)

Let’s rally together as a school community and overwhelm CHOA’s Feed the Heart program with donations for their pantry! If we can have an impressive turnout of food items, there may even be a fun school-wide reward in our future!

Celebrating MLK Day Together!


WEATHER UPDATE: Unity Walk and Ceremony are still on for tomorrow! Service Project has been canceled by the City of Acworth. US Principal Mrs. Strange will be attending the walk and ceremony and hopes to see you all there! Everything should conclude ~ 11-11:15. 


On Monday, January 17, we have the great opportunity to recognize and celebrate the incredibly valuable contributions of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On this school holiday, we would like to invite our NCCS family to participate in the city of Acworth’s special MLK Day of Service Celebration. This special event will include a ceremony, a Unity Walk, and a service project! 


8:30-9:00 a.m. | Park at the Acworth Community Center (4361 Cherokee St., Acworth)

and take the city shuttle to the Roberts School.

8:30-9:15 a.m. | Light welcome breakfast at the Roberts School (4681 School St., Acworth).

9:15 a.m. | Unity Walk (From the Roberts School to the Acworth Community Center)

10:00 a.m. | Ceremony at the Acworth Community Center

11:00 a.m. | Travel to service project site - CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER. 

11:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. | Service project at Cauble Park (4425 Beach St., Acworth) - CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER. 



There are a number of different service projects that will be taking place on this day, but the NCCS community will be serving together at Cauble Park at Lake Acworth. We will be working to clean up trash and debris along the lake and trail system. Be sure to wear your NCCS spirit wear! 


If you or your family plan to attend, please complete this form by Friday, January 14. Any Lower or Middle School student who participates must have at least one parent with them. Lower and Middle School students may not be dropped off. Upper School students, however, can be dropped off and picked up when the event concludes. (Mrs. Strange will be at the Roberts School by 9 a.m. to greet Upper School students.)



We encourage everyone to join us for both the ceremony and Unity Walk before we spend the afternoon serving together. 

  • Parents and student drivers can park at Acworth Community Center and then ride a City of Acworth shuttle over to the Roberts School. 

  • The Unity Walk will travel from the Roberts School to the Acworth Community Center, so your vehicle will be ready for you to drive to the service project at Cauble Park following the ceremony.  

  • If you need to drop off your Upper School student, please drop them off at the Roberts School before 9:15 a.m. 

  • After the ceremony, students who don’t drive will go on the school shuttle with Mr. Smith from the Acworth Community Center to Cauble Park and should be picked up at Cauble Park by around 2 p.m. 


Please join us as we unite together to honor the incredible life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and serve our community as a school family!

Reenrollment is OPEN for Current Families for 2022-2023!


At North Cobb Christian School, our greatest honor is partnering with parents to help "train children up in the way they should go, that when they are old they will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6). We look forward to another great year loving our students well and establishing them firmly on God's Truth! 

Swift Action Strongly Encouraged

We have several grades that are full this year, meaning that spots are already limited for the 2022-2023 school year. Due to the overwhelming interest in our wonderful school, we strongly encourage current families to reenroll EARLY to secure your child’s spot for next year. 

Easy Steps

1. Current families, check your email for a reenrollment announcement from Beth Wright.

2. In that email, click your individualized reenrollment link. 

3. You will then be prompted to select which child(ren) to enroll, view payment options, and sign the enrollment agreement. 

Easy as pie!

New Families

If you are a prospective parent who is interested in North Cobb Christian School, please feel free to reach out directly to our Admissions department to find out more, set up a personalized tour, attend our upcoming Preview Day, and more!


If you have any questions during the reenrollment process, please don’t hesitate to call the Admissions Office at 770-975-0252 or email  


Cedarcrest Church and NCCS to Host Iranian Christian Refugee

North Cobb Christian School and Cedarcrest Church will co-host a free public event featuring international speaker Marziyeh Amirizadeh on Monday, January 10, 2022, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. at Cedarcrest Church. Amirizadeh, an Iranian-born Christian refugee and author of Captive in Iran: A Remarkable True Story of Hope and Triumph amid the Horror of Tehran's Brutal Evin Prison, will share the miraculous, jaw-dropping story of being arrested, persecuted and sentenced to death in Iran for her faith. Her story, entitled “Faith, Persecution and Triumph,” is best suited to those 12 years old and older.   

Immediately following her inspiring program, Amirizadeh will be available for autographs and photographs, and signed copies of Captive in Iran will be available for purchase. Don't miss this amazing opportunity to meet Marzi and glean from her life-changing perspective!

A photo of Marzi, author of Captive in Iran

Event Details

WHERE | Cedarcrest Church | 4600 Cobb Pkwy. NW | Acworth, GA 30101

HOSTED BY | Mrs. McCain's 9th grade Bible students

FEATURING | Marziyeh Amirizadeh

WHEN | Monday, January 10, 2022, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

COST | Free. No RSVPs necessary. Public welcome; spread the word! 

North Cobb Christian School is a coeducational private Christian school in Kennesaw, Georgia, serving 1,000 students in preschool K3 through 12th grade. Website: 

Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy

NCCS student government is participating in an intentional leadership development program through Chick-fil-A Leader Academy, and the first session was very impactful (and FUN)! Created specifically with high school students in mind, the program’s goal is to further servant leadership skills through opportunities for students to step up and advocate by creating solutions for real-world problems.

A past project included NCCS students constructing a mobile library that was then shipped to Haiti! Thankful for these students and their serious hearts for true servant leadership!