This is family! The Timothy Program is one of our Student Life pillars at NCCS, pairing Upper School students with Middle and Lower School students for mentoring and encouragement. In alignment with our heartfelt commitment to develop the whole student -- mind, body and spirit -- the Timothy Program allows students to invest into each other through meaningful ongoing relationships.
NCCS launched the Timothy Program in 2013 as a means of pairing older students with younger students for mentoring, encouragement, tutoring, and all-around support. Just as “iron sharpens iron,” our students have this opportunity to sharpen and grow from each other. Every year, God does something really special across our school through this program; it’s beautiful to witness!
“My Timothy mentor has been with me for three years. It’s like having an extra older sibling at school looking out for you.” NCCS Student
Timothy Program FAQs
- What grade levels can be Timothy Program mentors?
- What grade levels can be mentees ?
- How often do the pairs meet?
- How many students participate each year?
- How do I get involved?
- Whom should I contact with questions?
What grade levels can be Timothy Program mentors?
What grade levels can be mentees ?
How often do the pairs meet?
How many students participate each year?
How do I get involved?
Whom should I contact with questions?
My daughter was mentored by two Upper School students when she was younger, and now it's amazing to watch her serve as a mentor to another young lady. The Timothy Program has made a lasting impact in her life, giving her a chance to receive support and then, in turn, to serve others. NCCS parent
Timothy Program Reveal
Much thought and prayer goes into matching up students, who are paired based on interests, common arts or athletic pursuits, personality, and more.
Mentors and mentees meet each other during a very special Timothy Program Reveal Breakfast in the fall. Pairs then meet together regularly throughout the school year, for 30-plus hours, with the goal of supporting and nurturing each other.