The NCA Difference
- Caring & Professional Staff
- Arts and Enrichment Classes
- Advanced Placement in Math and Reading
- Fine Arts and Foreign Language
- STEM Program
- Summer Program
- Nurse on-site during NCA school days
- THRIVE Program
- Weekly Chapel Services
- Leadership Classes and Clubs
electives and more
Technology and Engineering
Our students are growing up in a world where computer literacy is as essential as reading, writing, and arithmetic.
Leadership is an important skill that is worthy of consideration and encouragement, even at a young age. This class focuses on practicing leadership in school activities such as chapel skits, fundraisers and socials.
In our performing arts programs students develop their artistic abilities through hands-on instruction. Teachers are passionate about seeing students grown in confidence and artistic skills.
Teamwork, good sportsmanship, effort, and athletic skills are emphasized in our middle school physical education courses. Students participate in a variety of athletic activities to facilitate the development of motor skills, coordination, and physical fitness.
With an increasingly globalized society and a culturally diverse nation, knowing a foreign language is becoming essential. Our middle school foreign language program encourages students to see the larger world around them with a Biblical worldview and a heart for missions.
In our Musical Programs, students develop social skills and make lasting friendships as they work cooperatively with one another. Students are encouraged to use music as a form of communication in expressing their thoughts and feelings.
Every other year our middle school students have the opportunity to go to Washington DC and New York! In the spring, we take a week-long tour of our nation’s capital, learning all about the rich Christian heritage on which our country is founded.
Each fall and spring, our middle school classes conduct special all-day retreats. This time away provides a unique opportunity for our students to build friendships, make new ones, and to know their teachers outside of the classroom setting