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Lower + Middle Grandparents Day 2021

Grandparents! We are waiting with smiling faces to welcome you onto campus this coming week! We are very excited about Grandparents / Grandfriends Day for Middle School on 10.7 and Lower School on 10.8! Breakfast and coffee courtesy of The Holbrook will be served, followed by a heartwarming morning that will give you a glimpse into the engaging academic, athletic, arts, and Christian discipleship programs that our students experience daily!

Register to attend through the form link in Flight Plan, or tune in via livestream. We can’t wait to see you soon!

 

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!

Upper School Spring Term 2022 Options

Spring Term 2022 trip options were revealed today during Upper School chapel! From Brazil to Germany and Route 66 to Costa Rica, our students will be serving others around the globe as they impact the world for Christ this spring.

Visit the Student Life page for details.

Registration opens next week! See email from Principal Megan Strange this morning for full information. Already praying BIG for ST22!

Dietrich Fieldhouse Upgrade

The Dietrich Athletic Training Center received a major upgrade this year, and our student athletes, P.E. students and weight training classes are benefiting big time! Formerly the Dietrich Field House, the newly outfitted training facility features a multi-functional outdoor turf area, weight room-certified flooring, 10 brand-new Hammer Strength weight racks, 10 new powerlifting weight bars, and a reconfigured layout to allow for COVID-compliant functional training.

An interior shot of the new fieldhouse equipment with an NCCS shield on the floor.

Did you know that this year, NCCS is offering eight Upper School strength training classes throughout the week for our students? The class counts towards students' physical education credits and is taught by a certified weight-training instructor. As another perk, our Eagles Booster Club has partnered with Pedestal Foods to provide a protein drink for each student who wants one after every weight-training class this year, free of charge!

Just another way NCCS is committed to supporting our students as they develop their talents and gifts.

Circle of Prayer 2021

Beginning the year in prayer together during our annual Circle of Prayer is an opportunity and honor that we greatly cherish. On August 17, we had the privilege to gather in our gym for a time of worship, fellowship, and group prayer for the school year ahead. 



Upper School and community guests met in the gym for a worship-in-the-round experience that was broadcast via livestream to Middle and Lower School classrooms. Parents were also invited to join via livestream. Our student-run worship team led us in song, alongside students from Lower, Middle, and Upper School who prayed over our year. 




The Upper School prayer was lead by Junior Elizabeth Shaylor. Middle School was lead by 7th grader Thalia Fung-A-Wing and 8th grader Ryan Worosilo. Lower School's prayer was lead by Caleb Montgomery, a 4th grader.

What a beautiful morning seeking God's hand on our school, community and world together!