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His Plan | Our Time 2

Exciting news!

North Cobb Christian School has officially launched the campaign to build the amazing second phase of the Upper School building. Learn more about His Plan | Our Time 2 and watch a fly-through preview of the finished facility! 

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2022–23 College Athletics Signings

An amazing group of dedicated student-athletes from the class of 2023 have signed to participate in college athletics. Join us in celebrating the athletic accomplishments of our NCCS Eagles so far this year. More students will be added to this post as they continue to sign this spring, too! 

Find all of our athletic signings through the years HERE


Aaron Brown, North Cobb Christian School football player signed to play college football.

Aaron Brown
SIGNED TO | The University of Pikeville


Cole Carden

Cole Carden
SIGNED TO | United States Coast Guard Academy


Jacob Cruz
SIGNED TO | Georgia Tech


Blake Dean
SIGNED TO | Kansas State University


Gabe Fortson

Gabe Fortson
SIGNED TO | Georgia Tech


NCCS student Matty Go playing baseball.

Matty Go
SIGNED TO | Marshall University


Brooke Moore

Brooke Moore
SIGNED TO | Liberty University

Armando Nunez, NCCS baseball player, holding a glove in the bullpen.

Armando Nunez
SIGNED TO | Tallahassee Community College


Skyler Parker, NCCS football player, catches a pass.

Skylar Parker
SIGNED TO | Anderson University


Elizabeth Shaylor

Elizabeth Shaylor
Cross Country and Track
SIGNED TO | Charleston Southern University


Nick Stinson

Nick Stinson
SIGNED TO | Young Harris College


Juan Vargas from North Cobb Christian School signed to play baseball with Tennessee Tech.

Juan Vargas
SIGNED TO | Tennessee Tech University

Cooper Williams, North Cobb Christian School, who signed to play college ball with Georgia Tech.

Cooper Williams
SIGNED TO | Georgia Tech University 


Evie Ziffer

Evie Ziffer
Beach Volleyball
SIGNED TO | University of South Carolina

Win a JEEP or FREE Tuition! | 2023 Raffles

At this year's NCCS Benefit Dinner and Auction on April 22, the raffles just got REAL. Two major raffle prizes are up for grabs, including a Jeep Wrangler and a year of FREE tuition! 

look under Instabuy

Win a Jeep!

White 2023 Jeep Wrangler Sport Tutton Jasper Jeep of Georgia

Enter to win a 2023 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4-door soft top from Tutton Jeep of Jasper

TICKET COST | $250 each


WINNER OPTIONS | Winners can either choose this Jeep (in any color!) - OR - any comparable vehicle at Tutton Jeep of Jasper - OR - take a cash option!! 

RULES + REQUIREMENTS | No attendance or ticket to the Benefit Dinner necessary to win. For all details, rules and requirements, please visit the 2023 NCCS auction website and look under "Instabuy." 

Win Free Tuition for a Year!

Enter to win a year of FREE TUITION for the 23/24 school year for one enrolled student! 



DETAILS | No attendance or ticket to the Benefit Dinner necessary to win. For all details, rules and requirements, visit the 2023 NCCS auction website and look under "Instabuy." 

Jeep Details | Raffle Ticket for a 2023 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4- Door Soft top.  Retail Value - $42,190.  Color of your choice. Must be 18 years or older to win. Purchase ticket by April 22nd @ 8PM. 400 total tickets available. Participants may purchase more than 1 ticket. Winner will be drawn on April 22nd at the NCCS Benefit Dinner & Auction and announced and alerted via text. Winner does not have to be present at the Auction to win. Prize is non-transferable. NCCS will not incur any future liability for the Jeep after the prize is claimed. All raffle proceeds will support NCCS. The purchase price of a raffle ticket does not qualify as a deductible charitable contribution.   The Fair Market Value of the Jeep equals $41,225. Winner may opt for a cash buyout less the tax withholding in place of the Jeep. Raffle winnings are taxable income and must be reported as such on income tax returns. The Federal Law requires 24% of the fair market value of the prize to be withheld or collected from the winner before claiming the prize. Winner= responsible for any and all federal, state, and local income or excise taxes, fees, assessments, and like charges associated with the Jeep and for paying any such amounts when receiving the Jeep from JasperJeep - Winner must claim prize at NCCS within a week, must complete IRS from 5754- liability release- before redeeming prize Failure to complete requirements deems winner ineligible.


Bub's Run | 5.6.23

Join us for the 3rd Annual Bub's Run in honor of Kelson Loveland to be held at North Cobb Christian School on Saturday, May 6 at 7:30 a.m. We’re thankful for the support of so many of our NCCS staff, students and families as we honor and celebrate Kelson's life and support the Loveland family (big sister Emma Sue, class of 2026). We would love for you to sign up this year to run, walk or trot! 

The Loveland family has been part of NCCS since 2013, when Emma Sue came as a kindergartener. Her brother Kelson earned his wings on May 5, 2020, at the age of 8, following a lifetime of medical complications and challenges. This year’s run will benefit Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, where Kelson was cared for so lovingly throughout the last two years of his life. 

Bub's Run includes a 5K, 1-mile Fun Run/Walk, and Tot Trot (4 and under)! This event is open to athletes of all abilities, offering “Bub’s Buddies” to those who need a bit of extra help on the course. Buddies may push a stroller or wheelchair, guide someone with a visual impairment, offer support to a friend with a cognitive disability, and more. STUDENTS: You can sign up to volunteer as a buddy!

The beautiful race course winds through campus, up Old 41, around the campus of NorthStar Church, and finishes back on Jacob Dennis Field. Registration will remain open through race morning, but shirts can only be guaranteed to those who register by Friday, 4/14! Loveland family, WE LOVE YOU and can’t wait for May 6! 


Bub's Run logo in honor of Kelson Loveland


DATE | May 6, 2023; 7:30 a.m. start

LOCATION | North Cobb Christian School on Jacob Dennis Field

Follow Bub’s Run on Facebook and Instagram for more details. 

Welcoming the Season of Lent

Lent, an integral season of the church calendar, is a period that lasts from Ash Wednesday until Easter. The rhythms of the church calendar (also known as the Liturgical Year), are broken into four major periods: Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter. The Advent season focuses on waiting for Jesus, Christmas on the birth of Jesus, Lent on the cross of Jesus, and Easter on the resurrection of Jesus. 

Who Practices Lent? 

Since NCCS is an interdenominational school, we have many students and families who practice Lent and others who may not. Families who are Roman Catholic, Methodist, Anglican, Presbyterian, or Episcopal are more likely to practice Lent as part of their denominational traditions, but there is a wider movement within many denominations to be more intentional about celebrating the rhythms of the Liturgical Year. 

Regardless of your denominational background, this season can be a great opportunity for you to intentionally grow and deepen your faith. 

A “Spring Season” 

To put it simply, Lent, meaning “spring season” in Latin, is traditionally a time of intentional fasting (giving something up) to focus on our need for God and the cross of Jesus, so we can more greatly experience the celebration of the Resurrection (Easter). 

Below, you’ll find some resources (an article, book, devotional, and playlist) to equip you in the practice and understanding of Lent. We hope these resources are helpful on the journey towards an even deeper faith. 


AN ARTICLE | Why Bother With Lent? (An article on five reasons Bible-believing gospel-centered Christians can benefit from the practice of Lent)  READ HERE 

A BOOK | The Good of Giving Up: Discovering the Freedom of Lent - Aaron Damiani (A book written about practicing Lent intentionally from a gospel-centered perspective.) ORDER HERE

A DEVOTIONAL | Journey to the Cross: A 40-Day Lenten Devotional - Paul David Tripp (A Lent devotional meant to point you towards the meaning of the Lent season, which is meditation towards the cross.) ORDER HERE 

A PLAYLIST | Trinity Music - Lent Spotify Playlist (A playlist focused on worship music that focuses on our need for God and the cross) LISTEN HERE 

We hope you have a blessed Lenten season!