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We Are Family.
Together ... we humbly seek to know, worship, and reflect the love of our God. 
We Are Believers.
Student at Graduation with Head of School Todd Clingman.
We Are Scholars.
Together ... we learn to step into the spotlight, finding joy in the gifts God has given. 
We Are Artists.
Together ... we are united in the pursuit of giving our all, for the glory of God. 
We Are Athletes.
Together ... cultivating hearts, challenging minds, and impacting culture. 
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Summer Camps NOW OPEN!


Summer Camp Registration is OPEN for 2021!

Give your child a summer of WONDER at North Cobb Christian School Summer Camps! Pick a customized camp program where your child can dive deep into areas of interest, or they can have a blast at NCCS's weekly high-energy Camp Eagle -- within a nurturing Christian school environment. 

AGES OF CAMPERS | Age 3 through rising high-school seniors (Driver's Ed and College Bootcamp are high school favorites!)

SUMMER 2021 SCHEDULE | Camps run June 1 - July 30, 2021.




Logo with words "north Cobb Christian School Summer Camps" and a girl flying a kite.
Lower School STEAM

It may sound like something out of a sci-fi film, but today our Junior Kindergarten and Preschool classes got to “see inside” the human body to explore the heart and digestive systems using 360-degree augmented reality!

Students were blown away to see an actual pumping heart, examine blood flow, and see where their food goes after they eat it! These amazing lessons happened during Mrs. Coleman’s STEAM class, using Virtuali-Tee tech by Curiscope

Virtuali-Tee takes science to a new dimension by enabling students to learn about the human body ... on a human body! With augmented reality and amazing 3D learning experiences, our students can explore the circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems with fully immersive 360 video.

They were in awe!! (And we were too, truth be told!)

A junior kindergarten class at NCCS enjoys studying the human heart in STEAM class.


Lower School STEAM Program at NCCS uses the Virtuali-Tee to show inside the human body.
Lent 2021

by Ty Faulk, NCCS Upper School Bible Teacher

As an interdenominational school, North Cobb Christian School represents a wonderfully diverse mix of Christian traditions and denominations. For many of our students, Wednesday, 2/17/21, marked the beginning of a very special season of reflection and preparation called Lent, which commences on Ash Wednesday and lasts until Easter. This period of time is integral to the rhythms of the traditional church calendar (AKA, the Liturgical Year, which has four major periods: Lent, Easter, Advent, and Christmas). 

In writing this, we simply want to help spread awareness of and appreciation for the beautiful diversity of faiths within our school family. We also want to invite you to participate with us in this intentional time of growth and spiritual reflection. To support you in this invitation, we have included some resources below, so you can participate with your family.

What is the meaning of Lent?

To put it simply, Lent, meaning “spring season” in Latin, is 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). 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 celebrates Lent?

At NCCS, some of our families practice Lent and others may not. Families that are Roman Catholic, Methodist, Anglican, Presbyterian, or Episcopal are more likely to practice Lent, but there is also a movement within many other denominations to be more intentional about the church calendar. 

How do you celebrate Lent?

Below, we want to equip you with some resources (an article, a book, a devotional, and a playlist) to assist you in understanding the practice, help you lead your family in this time, and maybe even practice yourself! I hope these resources are beneficial as you and your family grow in Christ. 


Why Bother With Lent?
An article on five reasons Bible-believing gospel-centered Christians can benefit from the practice of Lent.

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

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

Trinity Music - Lent Spotify Playlist
A playlist focused on worship music that focuses on our need for God and the cross. 

Varsity Wrestling STATE Champion!

💥 STATE CHAMP!!! 💥 Congrats to Nate Watson, the GHSA State Champion for Wrestling at 138 lbs!!!! Nate is a stellar student, a respected leader at NCCS, and the first wrestler in the history of our program to go undefeated with a 20-0 season!

Nate Watson of NORTH COBB CHRISTIAN wins State Champion title for Wrestling and poses with coaches.


Proud is an understatement. Just keep doing what you’re doing, Nate! And congrats to our coaches, as well, for pouring into this team with everything they’ve got. Way to go!

Upper School 21-22 Course Registration

Upper School course registration for 21-22 is now OPEN!

Please check your email for more details! Exciting new courses and programs have been added, including several that utilize our new cutting-edge Makeshop and SOAR Lab: Foundations of Engineering and Technology, Introduction to Making, and Making for Good, as well as AP French and AP Spanish.

Orientation Video

For full details, check out this GREAT video of our recent Upper School parent orientation.

Meet your amazing Upper School team and get geared up for the excellent programs and opportunities that make the NCCS Upper School experience truly stellar.

Screenshot of Orientation Video for Upper School Registration 21-22


The Distinctive NCCS Upper School 

Our distinctive Upper School philosophy can best be encapsulated by this statement from US Principal Megan Strange:

"We believe God intentionally created your children with unique gifts and apptitudes, and it is our joy to support them as they lean into those areas."

Praying for each of our students as they seek God's purpose for their lives!