Support NCCS

The Investment of a Lifetime

Thank you for considering an investment into the students at North Cobb Christian School. Since its founding in 1983, NCCS has been built through the generosity of loyal supporters who share our vision of cultivating the hearts and challenging the minds of future leaders to equip them to impact the world for Christ. The gift you give today will strengthen the academic, arts, athletics, and student life programs at NCCS, through which we are able to fulfill our mission.

A watercolor rendering of NCCS's new upper school building

The Vision of Development at NCCS

The vision of NCCS development efforts is to cultivate a culture of biblical partnership in order to further the mission of North Cobb Christian School.

Five preschool students hold blankets they have made for charity.


You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.

2 Corinthians 9:11

Current Capital Campaign | HPOT2

Exciting news! North Cobb Christian School has officially launched the campaign to build the gorgeous 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! 

A Culture of Generosity at NCCS

Giving Opportunities

Some NCCS employees enjoying the annual benefit dinner.

Ways to Give

21-22 Annual Report

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Development Contacts

Tara Dorsey
Development Director

Andrea Ferguson
Database + GOAL Coordinator

Kendall Johnson
Annual Fund & Alumni Coordinator

Kim Pool 
Events Coordinator

“NCCS has meant the world to my grandchildren. It’s such a precious school, and we are honored to give to their missions.” – NCCS Grandparent

Eagle Impact


Graduates earn a 4.0 or higher


State Championships in Arts + Athletics


Student-to -Teacher Ratio


million in scholarships earned by recent graduating classes


acre campus between Acworth and Kennesaw


technology initiative in 1st-8th grades


international students in recent graduating classes


AP, Honors and dual enrollment classes