NCCS Partnering with Houston Area School After Hurricane Harvey

 

North Cobb Christian School is partnering with Covenant Academy in Cypress, Texas for Hurricane Harvey relief. Pat Class, mother of Wendy Titus, Lower School Principal, was a long time staff member at Covenant Academy until she retired last December and has helped in providing information about the needs of this school and its families. The school has had to remove all of the flooring and all the drywall due to the flooding in the area. Many school supplies and curricular items were also damaged. The Marquez family, who has two girls attending Covenant Academy, has also lost everything. It is our desire as a school to support Covenant Academy and the Marquez family during this difficult time.

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Our NCCS student government will be selling Texas STRONG t-shirts for $20.00 each. All proceeds will go to Covenant Academy and the Marquez family. (We also plan to provide a list of specific items that the Marquez family needs as soon as possible in the event that you are able to provide those items as well.)

Please click HERE to order your Texas STRONG t-shirts. You can also make an additional donation for the cause if you so choose prior to closing out your transaction.

The T-shirt sale will be open until September 18 and t-shirts will be delivered after Fall Break. We will designate a special school wide Texas STRONG t-shirt day once all shirts have been distributed.

We hope you will join us in our efforts! We will be sending out updates as our efforts progress! And please join us in praying for all who are facing difficult circumstances and loss as a result of the recent and ongoing natural disasters.

 

 

 

2017 Middle & Upper School Retreats

Retreat2WebNorth Cobb Christian School kicked off the 2017-2018 school year with the annual Middle and Upper Retreat2WebSchool Retreats. The retreats are designed to allow the students to interact with classmates and teachers through activities, group time, special speakers, and worship. Both groups competed in Color Wars (Upper School) and Tribe Wars (6th-8th grade), participated in worship, enjoyed outdoor recreation time, and heard from key speakers. With the Middle School (6th-8th grade) at Woodlands in Cleveland, GA, fifth graders at Cherokee YMCA, and Upper School at Shocco Springs in Talladega, AL, the retreats were a unique experience away from the walls of NCCS.

Nathan Wright, NCCS Student Life Director, described the time on retreats as ”always a special time eachRetreat1Web year, and this year was no different. When you take a second and zoom out, you realize that these moments turn to memories that will stick with our students throughout their whole lives. It'd be hard to pack in any more fun on these retreats. It's an undertaking, but it's so worth it. In addition to the connections and relationships students built upon with other students and teachers, students were able to take time to draw closer to the Lord. We had around ten students that came to life in Jesus for the first time, as they trusted Him as their Savior. You can't put words around that.” Each group returned to NCCS expressing the desire to continue to have open hearts for God’s path and to continue to keep the feeling of community that was cultivated at retreat alive when they returned to school.

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NCCS Senior Selected for MIT Science, Technology and Engineering Program

This summer NCCS senior K.P. KPPierrePierre was selected to participate in a six-month MIT Online Science, Technology, and Engineering Community program for select rising high school seniors from across the country who have a strong academic record and interest in science and engineering. During the Academic Phase of the program, K.P. completed online courses in Technical Writing and Combinatorics. During the last of July, K.P. traveled to MIT where he also completed short courses in Molecular Biology and Astrophysics. While at MIT, K.P. presented his final project in Combinatorics to the MIT academic faculty. For the next six months, K.P. will continue the Enrichment Phase and continue studies in science and engineering; interact with faculty, researchers, and professionals; and receive online mentorship from undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and industry professionals. Congratulations to K.P. for his selection and accomplishment!

 

Our Graduates are Going Great Places!

Our Graduates Are Going Great Places!

North Cobb Christian School's Class of 2017 is truly an amazing group of young adults and they are attending an impressive and diverse list of colleges and universities! Below is the list of the college and university acceptances that our 83 graduates received, with those that they have chosen to attend in BOLD:

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Academy of Art University
Albany State University
Anderson University
Arizona State University
Armstrong State University
Auburn University
Averett University
Belmont University
Berry College
Birmingham-Southern College
Boston University
California College of the Arts - San Francisco
California State University, Northridge
Carson-Newman University
Catawba College
Chattahoochee Technical College
College of Charleston
College of Coastal Georgia
Covenant College
Dalton State College
Drexel University
East Georgia State College
East Tennessee State University
Elon University
Emmanuel College
Emory & Henry College
Furman University
George Mason University
Georgia College and State University
Georgia Highlands College
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Southern University
Georgia Southwestern State University
Georgia State University
Guilford College
Indiana University at Bloomington
Kennesaw State University
Kilgore College
LaGrange College
Lee University
Liberty University
Lipscomb University
Louisiana State University
Lynchburg College
Maryland Institute College of Art
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Services
Miami University, Oxford
Michigan State University
Middle Georgia State University
Millsaps College
MiraCosta College
Mississippi College
Mississippi State University
Murray State University
North Georgia Technical College
North Greenville University
Norwich University
The Ohio State University
Ohio University
Oklahoma State University
Pace University
Pennsylvania State University
Pennsylvania State University - New York
Piedmont College
Pratt Institute
Purdue University
Reinhardt University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Ringling College of Art & Design
Rochester Institute of Technology
Samford University
Savannah College of Art and Design
Savannah College of Art and Design - Atlanta
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
School of Visual Arts
Sewanee: The University of the South
Shorter University
Southeastern University
Southern California Institute of Architecture
St. John’s University
Stetson University
SUNY Buffalo State College
Syracuse University
Toccoa Falls College
Trevecca Nazarene University
Truett-McConnell College
United States Air Force Academy
United State Marines
Union University
The University of Alabama
The University of Alabama - Birmingham
The University of Alabama - Huntsville
University of California - Davis
University of California - Riverside
University of California - San Diego
University of California - Santa Cruz
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Connecticut
University of Denver
The University of Georgia
University of Illinois at Chicago
The University of Iowa
University of Kentucky
University of Massachusetts, Boston
University of Mississippi
University of North Georgia
The University of Oklahoma
University of the Pacific
University of South Carolina
University of Tennessee
University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
University of Vermont
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Valdosta State University
Virginia Tech
Western Carolina University
Wingate University
Young Harris College

 

 

 

NCCS Spring Term 2017 / Spring Term Blogs


ST1WebWe believe that Spring Term offers a unique opportunity for our students to learn more about the world around them, to share precious community and fellowship with each other and their teachers, and to impact their world for Christ - TOGETHER. One of the favorite things about Spring Term is the blog. Each team provides daily Spring Term blog updates, which can be found [HERE].

2017 Spring Term trips and short courses:
Upper School - Appalachia, College Tour, Colombia, DIY, Freedom Project, Guatemala, Haiti, Local Legacy, Local Missions: Atlanta, Local Missions: Cobb, Marine Biology, Nashville, Proverbs 31:30, Snowbird, Top Gear, Tri-City Tour, Xtreme Men
Middle School - Washington, D.C., Savannah, Sojourn Experience, Georgia Aquarium
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