The NCA Difference
Caring & Professional Staff
Arts and Enrichment Classes
Advanced Placement in Math and Reading
Fine Arts and Foreign Language
Nurse on-site during NCA school days
Weekly Chapel Services
Leadership Classes and Clubs
Elementary Division Teams
Pre-K – 2nd Division
PreK-2nd Principal – Pam Jackson
Admin. Assistant – Amy Kovach
- Pre-K Half-Day Teacher – Debbie Greenlee
- Kindergarten Teachers – Austin Briggs, Noelle Brown, Michaela Gennaro, & Elysia Perez
- 1st Grade Teachers – Anastasia Belcher, Karli Geers, Olivia Henry, Judy Lagerwey, Sarah Leighow, & Maddy Weisner
- 2nd Grade Teachers – Ruth Haugo, Chris McMains, Abigail Nerud, Heather Sidenquist, & Jennifer Ward
3rd – 5th Division
3rd-5th Principal – Heather Shaw
Admin. Assistant – Greta Goffar
- 3rd Grade Teachers – Tricia Leakey, Yulia Masek, Hannah Merisko, Lindsey Ott, & Wendy Wagner
- 4th Grade Teachers – Amy Benton, Gayla Boast, Becky Fritz, Cynthia Quigley, & Tamarin Reed
- 5th Grade Teachers – Samantha Archer, Sarah Rodney, & Veronica Spiker
Daily Bible lessons and weekly chapels help integrate Biblical principles into each of our students’ lives.
Students develop deeper multicultural awareness as they are immersed in the Spanish language through weekly classes highlighting Spanish songs and games.
Engineering Classes (PLTW)
Science is brought to life through discovery and experimentation as our students create projects like simple machines, robots, and other STEM-based activities.
Music is the language of the soul. Students shine as they learn how to communicate with others through the creation of music with both their voices and instruments.
Our students learn the importance of physical fitness and working together as a team while laughing, playing and having fun!
Our students learn self-confidence and the rewards of taking risks as they create various projects while following in the footsteps of great artistic masters.
We foster interpersonal skills focusing on social and emotional development through supervised free play and organized games.
The leaders of tomorrow are being shaped and formed through the guidance and support provided by our various extracurricular programs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there before and after school Care?
Our program provides care for students through our Extended Care Program. Click here for more information and how to register.
Does your program have half-day Kindergarten classes?
When are applications due?
Our Application and Enrollment Process for upcoming New School Year is as follows:
- New Families – Applications begin January 1st.
- Current Families – Continuous Enrollment process begins March 1st.
Applications during the current school year are always being accepted. This process includes a New Student Assessment and there may be a wait-pool for enrollment.
Please see our Join NCA webpage for more information.
Does your school have a hot lunch program?
Our school regularly provides both a beverage and hot lunch program that students and families can conveniently sign-up for online. Click HERE for more information.
When can my student visit the program?
Please see our Visit NCA webpage for current details on touring our school.
Request more information about Northshore Christian Academy.
Attend a visit day, shadow a student, or take a campus tour.
Begin or complete an application to attend.
We use several distinct types of recognition throughout the school year which include highlighting spiritual gifts, good character and conduct, and focused acknowledgment of academic efforts and achievements.
Project Lead The Way recognizes outstanding teachers who inspire, engage, and empower their students by creating transformative learning experiences in their classrooms through PLTW programs. Northshore Christian Academy (NCA) teacher Mrs. Raine Sherwood is one of...
A foundational part of a Christian education is building students’ character as well as their academic skills. At Northshore Christian Academy, we teach Christian values and spiritual life through daily Bible study, weekly chapel, service experiences, and more. But we don’t stop there: we also help students develop the traits and attitudes that will help them serve well throughout their lives.