Congratulations to NCCS senior Sam Shaylor for winning 1st place in the 3200-meter run in the GHSA Class A Private State track Meet! Sam had a personal best time of 9 minutes, 39.34 seconds and his next closest competitor finished more than 25 seconds after him. Sam also ran in the 1600-meter run, finishing 2nd overall. He has signed to run cross country and track at Lipscomb University in the fall. We are so proud of Sam for his accomplishments in cross country and track at NCCS!
Congratulations to our Middle School Baseball team - 2016 NAML Champions with a 14-0 season! Way to go, Middle School Baseball!
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Congratulations to senior Ethan Thomas for winning first place in Boys’ Solo in the Georgia High School Association Lit Meet this past weekend, defending his state title from last year. Congratulations also to Will Coleman, Austin Geter, Graham Richmond, and Ethan Thomas who won the GHSA State Championship in Quartet. We are also proud of Adam Doughty who placed 3rd in the Argumentative Essay as a sophomore in his first lit meet. Congratulations to all of these students for representing NCCS so well at the state level!
This year’s Spring Term experiences were filled with opportunities for our students to explore the world outside of the normal classroom setting. Students replaced a roof on a home in Appalachia, explored the history of Savannah and Charleston, went scuba diving at Devil’s Den, worked at the Montreal Mission food bank, handed out meals to the homeless under bridges in Atlanta, distributed water filters to the people of Haiti, and much more. Above all, our students and teachers were able to form and strengthen relationships with each other and deepen their knowledge of the world that God created. And the memories that were created will last a lifetime! Be sure to read the Spring Term blog to learn all about the inspiring, exciting and heart-warming stories experienced by each team! We are especially grateful for our teachers who led our Spring Term teams, sharing their hearts and time so generously!