Our 3rd grade students are celebrating Black History Month by studying a significant historical person each week. Students are focusing on character traits and what we can learn about faith and grit from these impressive individuals. It’s been a powerful way to apply and understand the impact of Black History Month on our lives and nation.

Plus, a special shout-out to one of our amazing third grade students, Noa Lewis, who created a presentation on African American/Native American female pilot, Bessie Coleman. Noa’s presentation was featured on Good Morning America and ABC News last year! Today, Noa gave that same presentation to all of our third grade classes!

Noa has even been invited to participate in a documentary about famous aviators and will be flying to Ohio in May to be filmed! We’re so proud of you, Noa!

TOGETHER... CULTIVATING HEARTS. CHALLENGING MINDS. IMPACTING CULTURE.

We are always struck by the authenticity of the faculty, staff, families and students at NCCS. It’s more than a school. It’s a family.
— NCCS Parent

After coming to NCCS, I felt myself become a different kid. I was able to stay more focused in the classroom because everyone here wants the best for you.
— NCCS Student

Our children aren’t just taught — they’re loved. NCCS teachers pour themselves into the students, molding who they become.
— NCCS Parent

At NCCS, we focus on glorifying God on and off the field. Becoming an athlete at North Cobb Christian changed who I am as an athlete and as a believer.
— NCCS Student

The Arts at NCCS lets me tap into gifts I never knew I had. I’ve found joy, purpose, and lifelong friends who share my passions.
— NCCS Student

I found the best spiritual leaders at NCCS. The teachers and staff ensure that our spiritual education is just as important as our academic success.
— NCCS Alumni

I am forever grateful to NCCS for making me the person I am today. I want to give back to provide the same opportunities for future generations.
— NCCS Alumni

It’s hard to explain, but the minute we walked in the doors, it felt like home. Our whole family has thrived within this precious school’s tight-knit community.
— NCCS Parent

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