March 16 - April 24th Academy Closed

There will be no classes on campus for the Academy starting March 16th through April 24th. Classes will be placed on remote learning.


NCA Alumni

Hello Alumni Students and Families!

We are so pleased you are checking on us and would love to hear from you! Please keep your contact info current with us so we can keep you posted on happenings at NCA! To update your information or to ask a question, please email: Michelle Harryman, Marketing Administrator,

NCA Alumni Visits & Successes

NCA alumni stop by NCA frequently. We love to see them and celebrate their success in advanced education, leadership experiences, athletic and fine arts accomplishments.  All private and public high schools principals report our students are well prepared for rigorous academics, leadership roles and extra-curricular participation.  They love our grads! 800 students graduated 8th grade from NCA in our short history. Graduates have gone on to many Washington universities: UW, WSU, WWU, Whitworth, SPU, SU,NWU and others including Johns Hopkins, Duke, Notre Dame, Westmont, Biola, Asuza, U of Florida, Liberty, Utah State, and Wheaton. Our alumni are majoring in engineering, computer science, teaching, graphic design, international business, theology, journalism, medicine, math, English literature, fine arts and counseling (read about some of our Alumni below). Many are making a difference in those fields and in our world.  We pray that NCA’s influence follows each student to college and beyond! 
Influencing for eternity ~ Holly Leach, Superintendent

NCA Alumni Outcome and Successes

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Where to NCA students go to High School?

Kings, Glacier Peak, Kamiak, Archbishop Murphy, Everett, Arlington, Cascade, Edmonds-Woodway International Baccalaureate Program, Bio Med Academy, Bothell, Cedar Park Christian School, Henry M. Jackson, Lynnwood, Mariner, Shorecrest, and more…

Alumni Success Stories

NCA Alumni/Graduate—Kat Anderson accepted at Stanford University with Volleyball Scholarship.
Kat’s parents say, “NCA provided Kathryn an excellent foundation.” -Way to go Kat! NCA is so proud of your amazing success and we thank the Lord and rejoice for you! (Kat attended 1st-8th grades at NCA, then Kamiak High School).

NCA Alumni/Graduate—Katie Boer is a meteorologist and an award-winning journalist.
She is also known for her adventurous stunts, such as skydiving, lawn mower racing, and scuba diving with nearly 200 sharks in her “Extreme Katie” sports segment—a series honored with five awards from the Society of Professional Journalists in less than two years.

NCA Alumni/Graduate—Whitney Carter 
Is headed to teach High School English in the Ukraine for 2 years through the PeaceCorps!
What Makes an NCA Graduate?

Have Alumni News?

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Early Learning Center

In the fall of 1996 the school opened for a second year with almost 100 students in Preschool through 4th grades. In the fall of 1997, the third year of school began with 200 students. The school expanded to another leased warehouse in the fall of 1998.

Northshore Christian Academy has experienced rapid growth since its inception in 1995. During this time, Northshore Christian Academy has been one of the fastest growing schools in Snohomish County. The staff, parents and church have created a strong, dynamic school – even while housed in temporary facilities and while experiencing growing pains as the organization re-evaluated and fine-tuned its mission and long range plan.

Elementary School Program

During the spring of 1995, Northshore Christian Church’s leadership investigated the need for a Christian school in the South Everett area. After studying the need, the church decided to start an elementary school in the fall of 1995. Northshore Christian Academy opened with 37 students in K-3rd grades. The school was located in the 80th street temporary church location. 

Middle School Program

In the fall of 2000, over 300 students began school, with seven classrooms housed in our current campus and the other eleven housed in the 75th street campus warehouse. Also in 2000, the school focused on the middle school, as it became an established program at NCA, serving 6th – 8th grade students. In 2001, over 375 students enrolled and we have sustained this enrollment and more every year since.

After nine years in temporary locations and buildings, our dream for one campus was realized, as the last of our classrooms moved into our current K-5th Grade building in August, 2003.

In 2011, the Olympic Pavilion was completed and the Cascade Pavilion was completed in 2017. These buildings provide 12 Middle School Classrooms (6th, 7th & 8th Grade), a music room, science lab, robotics room, Spanish room, large lunchroom and Administrative Offices.

Currently, we serve over 880 students in K-8, plus over 110 students in our licensed Early Learning Center (Pre-Kindergarten, Preschool and Toddlers), with approximately 150 faculty and staff.

Northshore Christian Academy has received the following grants and honorable mentions:

  • 2015-2016:  Intermec Foundation Grants, K-12 Education Support Program
  • 2015-2016:  NCA’s 6th, 7th & 8th Robotics Teams competed in the F.I.R.S.T. Lego League (FLL) local Qualifying Challenge, Western WA Semi-Finals, & WA State Championships.  Team 2 finished 3rd and Team 1 finished 6th in State Championships!  Team 1 won the Global Innovation Award and a chance to submit an idea to the World Championships for a $20K project grant.
  • 2014-2015:  Intermec Foundation Grants, K-12 Education Support Program—1. IXL Math Program for 3rd Grade;  and 2. Library Books for 2nd-5th Grades
  • 2014-2015:  Microsoft Grant, K-12 Education Program—Robotics Engineering Program: Robogators Team
  • 2014-2015:  NCA’s 6th, 7th & 8th Robotics Teams competed in the F.I.R.S.T. Lego League (FLL) local Qualifying Challenge, Western WA Semi-Finals, and finally the WA State Championships. Team 2 finished 4th place and Team 1 finished 9th in the State Championships. Team 2 was given the Robot Innovation Award and then officially invited to compete in the 2015 FIRST® World Championships in            St. Louis, Missouri.

NCA's Non-Discrimination Statement

Northshore Christian Academy admits students of any color, race, national and ethnic origin. NCA does not discriminate based on color, race, national or ethnic origin.

Family Partnership

Northshore Christian Academy partners with families to provide a superior Christian education developing spiritual, academic and personal excellence in a Christ-centered environment.

Employment Opportunities

NCA is always accepting applications for Teachers, Substitutes, Educational Aids, Support Staff or Facilities Staff & Athletics Coaches! For a full list of available positions visit our Employment page.