Community Service & Missions
NCA elementary students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of service and mission-oriented projects throughout the school year. It is our desire to teach each child the importance of living a life of service to Christ by being a blessing to others.
- Grandparent’s Day
- Christmas Concert
- Spirit Days
- Student Council
- ACSI Math Olympics & Spelling Bee
- Dr. Seuss Day
- Spring Concert
- Fifth Grade Graduation
- Kindergarten Graduation
Each elementary class takes two field trips per year. Field trips include visits to Hill Ridge Farm, NC Zoo, House in the Horseshoe, NC History Museum, NC Science Museum, the NC Capitol, and the NC Governor’s Mansion.
NCA middle school students are offered a variety of opportunities to be involved in school life. Activities are designed to meet the various interests of the students and to help them grow socially and spiritually. Students are given opportunities to reach out to others, whether inside or outside the school, and be a blessing.
Our Middle School has an elected Student Council to represent the student body. The students are instrumental in making decisions for activities and presenting ideas to the administration. They are also student ambassadors for visitors and events.
Beginning in seventh grade students may be a part of the Jr. National Honor Society. This is based upon their GPA, leadership, and character evidenced at school.
The eighth grade students mentor the kindergartners one day a week. Each student has a designated “buddy” that he/she works with each week. This provides an opportunity for the middle school student to give and to be a positive role model.
Each grade level takes field trips throughout the school year that is related to a subject or concept being taught. The eighth grade also takes a year-end trip to culminate their middle school years.
Academically, students may participate in the ACSI Spelling Bee, Math Olympics, and chorus Competition. In fine arts, the Middle School Chorus performs in the winter and spring concerts.
Learning is a lifetime journey of exploration which only begins in the classroom. High School student life provides students the opportunity to engage in activities outside of the classroom. Activities include the annual bonding trip at Camp Deer Lake, the ACSI Student Leadership Conference, Spirit Week, the Homecoming party, the Spring Formal, and various homeroom activities. Additionally, mission opportunities are provided as part of the Bible curriculum. Students may also have the opportunity to become a member of the National Honor Society and the Student Council. The annual senior trip is a cruise to the Bahamas.