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Summer Events at NCCS!

From Popsicles in the Park to Senior Rafting, don't miss these NCCS summer events!

PTF Uniform + Spirit Wear Consignment Sale | 7.9.24

On Tuesday, July 9, from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., PTF will put on their annual Consignment Sale at North Cobb Christian School's Fine Arts Building (FAB). 

Uniform-approved polos, sweatshirts, hoodies and other items will be sold during the event. Find uniform and appearance standards HERE for LS, MS, and US students. 

We hope to see you there!

Popsicles in the Park | 7.16.24

NCCS LOWER SCHOOL SUMMER TRADITION: It’s a Lower School Eagle summertime reunion! Come play at the park and enjoy popsicles from NCCS PTF. Bring a picnic and blanket to enjoy dinner at the park!

All NCCS Lower School students and their families are invited!

It will be on July 16, 2024 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Logan Farm Park in Acworth, Georgia (4405 Cherokee Street Acworth, GA 30101).

We would love to see you and your family there!

Class of 2025 Senior Rafting Trip | 7.26.24

North Cobb Christian School is excited for the year to come, and with every passing year, a new class of seniors rise to the occasion. This year, our class of 2025 will get to experience the yearly senior rafting trip. It will occur on July 26 from 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. More details to come through your students' NCCS emails! Looking forward to a fun-filled day celebrating our rising seniors!

Meet the Teacher | 8.1.24

Want a chance to meet your teacher and get to know other students in your class before the first day of school? Meet the Teacher is the perfect event for students to take a look around the school and prepare for the big day!

Students will have the opportunity to meet their teachers, meet other students in their classes, and walk their schedules. They will also be able to find their lockers and walk the route to each of their classes. Each new Middle and Upper School student has the option to have a buddy (a current NCCS student) to help them through their first day of school. 

More details about times and specifics for Meet the Teacher will be shared during the summer!


Anne Wilson's Thank-You to our Chorus Program

Our 5th and 6th grade chorus, under Director Amy Wallace, performed Anne Wilson's "My Jesus" at this year's spring chorus concert. In a really cool full-circle alumni story, Avery Wright - class of 2013 and son of Director of Admissions Beth Wright - is the drummer for Anne Wilson's band. He showed Anne the videos of our chorus singing her song, and because she's an ANGEL, she sent back this personal video, thanking our students for reminding her that God is using her music. 

The videos of Anne's thank-you, followed by the NCCS 5th/6th chorus rehearsing (note the AMAZING Mrs. Wallace getting them out of their shells!) and then performing the song, are linked down below! This is what happens when Jesus connects the coolest of people.

Anne Wilson and Avery Wright (NCCS class of 2013)



Avery played with Anne -- the K-Love Radio Female Artist of the Year — at CMA Fest June 7th-9th in downtown Nashville.

SO proud of Avery and in awe of the doors God continues to open for our students to shine in their gifts — both on campus and far beyond!


Upper School Phase 2 Update!

Phase Two of our Upper School Building is coming together beautifully, with the goal of our students moving into this wonderful space during fall semester 2024! 

Our 75,000-square-foot Upper School facility was built in two phases. The first phase, which opened in January 2021, includes 24 classrooms, a STEM Center with a SOAR Lab and Makeshop, counseling offices, and administrative spaces. The second phase, which is currently being built adjoining phase one, will bring all daily Upper School activities -- from lunch to chapel to classes -- into one location. 

The front rendering of the new modern Upper School Building at North Cobb Christian School.

Phase Two Includes: 

  • The Commons dining hall, complete with a stage for chapel and assemblies.
  • An industrial kitchen and multi-concept serving area.
  • State-of-the-art expansive biology and chemistry labs.
  • A dedicated Upper School Moving Forward Program wing.
  • Higher Grounds student-run coffee shop.
  • Covered outdoor patio with seating for 120 people.

Phase Two Benefits: 

  • All daily activities will be centralized for Upper School.
  • Lunch for 3rd through 12th grades will take place in The Commons cafeteria. 
  • Middle and Upper School chapel will take place in The Commons. 
  • NCCS will now have a fully integrated Upper School Moving Forward Program space. 
  • Students, parents and faculty will gain additional cooperative and meeting spaces, both indoors and outside. 
  • Our student entrepreneurs will hone their business skills in the beautiful new Higher Grounds Coffeeshop. 
HPOT2 Phase 2 rendering of the new cafetorium for North Cobb Christian School.


Other exciting advancements around campus include newly installed baseball field lights, as well as a new softball / middle school baseball field that is currently under construction. The new field will relocate the existing field, making way for the future Fine Arts Complex. In addition to a lighted turfed field, this new athletics space will include a concession stand and an indoor facility with batting cages, a locker room, and restrooms. 

We are blessed for our students to benefit from these new improvements as we seek to provide every opportunity to develop students' God-given gifts for His glory!


Spring Term 2024-2025

Get ready for Spring Term 2025!

We are so excited for all that the Lord has in store for Spring Term 2025 here at NCCS!

This year's Spring term looks slightly different for the Upper School as we are moving the trips up and towards the end of Christmas break. With that being said, sign-ups will also be pushed up and they are now going to be on June 10, with different sign up time slots depending on your grade level. 

You can choose to travel internationally to Belize, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Kenya, or Peru, or domestically to Charleston, the Golden Isles, Southwest Adventure, Nashville, or New Orleans. If you want to stay local, there are also many places to choose from, including Proverbs 31:30, Local Missions Acworth, Cartersville, and Kennesaw, Makers, Establish Your Heart, and more!

For middle school, Spring Term will still occur the week before Spring Break. The options here.

We cannot wait to see all that the Lord will do through Spring Term 2025! 

NCCS Class of 2024 Graduation

Congratulations to the North Cobb Christian School, Class of 2024! On Saturday, May 18, we celebrated our incredible graduates and their families as they walked across the stage at graduation. 

Graduation opened with a time of worship and quite a few fascinating statistics from our graduating class. The NCCS class of 2024 has thirteen lifers, 41 younger siblings still at NCCS, and 33 alumni siblings that have graduated from NCCS. Three international students are apart of this class of 2024. The class as a whole completed 314 total Dual Enrollment courses during their time at NCCS, which equates to 981 hours of college credit. 

The college counseling department processed 374 college applications. The Class of 2024 was accepted to 93 different colleges and universities. This class will be attending 36 different colleges and universities, 22 of them being out of state. 16 students will continue their education at a Christian college or university and one student is enlisting into the Air Force. 

85% of our seniors have qualified for the HOPE scholarship, having a HOPE GPA of 3.0 or higher. 27% of the Class of 2024 has achieved the Zell Miller Scholarship as the higher tier of the HOPE scholarship program. This class has earned $2.66 million in HOPE scholarships, and 42 seniors were awarded non-HOPE scholarships. This class has earned $8,029,249.77 in total scholarships. Congratulations to the Class of 2024 and their commitment to excellence!

Along with these many impressive factoids, graduates were also awarded the STAR student award, community service awards and the Kathleen Sutz award, the AJC Cup award, and the Principal's award.

The Star Student award is given to the student with the highest SAT score for their graduating class. Student Ryan Bayes was awarded the STAR Student award and plans to study Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech. Congratulations Ryan!

Service is a core value at North Cobb Christian School and we believe it has a huge impact on our community when we serve well. There are students that have gone above and beyond in the area of community service that were honored on stage during graduation. The Second Mile Award is awarded to students that have completed 150 hours of service or more. The students that were awarded the Second Mile Award are, Addie English (153 hours), Anna Kate Barfield (171 hours), Elizabeth Turnbough (176 hours), and Julia Haralson (200 hours). 

The I'm Third Award is given to students that have completed 300 hours of community service or more. The recipients of the I'm Third Award are, Marlee Morning (343 hours), Sydney James (367 hours), Owen Siller (430 hours), and Erin Shaylor (440 hours). Great job graduates!

In the class of 2018, Kathleen Sutz completed 1,000 hours of community service over her high school career. Kathleen passed away in the spring before her graduation, but our heart is to continue to honor her commitment to modeling what it looks like to follow Christ in loving others well. The Kathleen Sutz Service Award is given to the student in their graduating class that has completed the most hours of community service over their high school career. Emma Bartlett was honored with this award as she has served a total of 484 hours over her high school career. Congratulations Emma!

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup Award is given to the best all-around senior for their basis of scholarship, leadership, and participation in school and community activities. The AJC Cup was awarded to Elizabeth Turnbough! Congratulations Elizabeth!

The Principal's Award is given to a graduate that has demonstrated a strong, growing relationship with Christ, leadership abilities, and service to North Cobb Christian School. The Principal's Award was given to graduate Emma Bartlett! Congratulations Emma!

A tradition at NCCS is to honor those who have demonstrated academic achievement during their time at North Cobb Christian School. The Valedictorian, Emma Bartlett, graduated with a grade point average of 4.527 and has completed 30 hours of college credit. Emma plans to attend Belmont University to study nursing in the Fall. Congratulations Emma!

The Class of 2024 Salutatorian, Hailey Gibson, graduated with a grade point average of 4.514 and has completed 28 hours of college credit. Hailey was recognized by the College Board as part of their National African American Recognition Program and also received the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Award of Excellence. Hailey also completed an 80 hour internship with Trilogy Global Healthcare. Hailey plans to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham working towards a pre-med track. Congratulations Hailey!

After the awards and acknowledgements, the senior class of 2024 lined up and walked the stage to receive their diplomas. They returned to their seats, moved their tassels, and officially became alumni of North Cobb Christian School. We couldn't be more proud!

To our graduates, we love you and we hope you take what you have learned here, and excel into whatever season the Lord has next for you. We look forward to hearing from you and what the Lord is doing in and through you!

It has been an honor and a joy to walk with you over the years. Remember, North Cobb Christian is always home.