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Proverbs 9:9 "Instruct the wise and they will be wiser. Teach the righteous and they will learn even more."

Graduates from NCA develop a well-rounded portfolio by the time they are applying for college. While faith, leadership, fine arts, and athletic development are cornerstones; a rigorous, college track academic program is the pillar.  Each division (elementary, intermediate, middle school and high school) has an academic program that enables students to develop the resources to become independent critical thinkers, decision makers, and leaders. Administrators and our professional team of educators work hard to collaborate and utilize ongoing assessments of student achievement to drive and improve on student success.


Textbooks and Supplies


All students will be issued textbooks that are the property of NCA. Some textbooks are consumable; however, others are texts that will be used from year to year.  All non-consumable textbooks must be covered by the end of the first full week of school. Book fines will be assessed for damaged or lost books. A classroom supply list will be furnished so that appropriate supplies may be purchased prior to the start of the school year. The Pride Yearbook is not included in the book fee and will need to be purchased separately.


Student Academic Progress and Parent Communication


At New Covenant Academy, the partnership between the family and the Academy is considered to be vital to the student's overall success. Therefore, NCA has instituted an online password protected system, by which parents may log on to their students online record and be provided on-the-spot information regarding grades, homework assignments, and important class information.  Additionally, teachers welcome the opportunity to visit with parents regarding their student's progress via scheduled parent/teacher conferences, as well as phone calls and email exchanges.


News in Christian Education


  • 7-12 Open House Thursday, Aug. 17th
    Seven through twelveth grade parents are invited to an Open House on Thursday, Aug. 17th from 7:00-8:30. There will be a short informational meeting at 7:00, then parents will have the opportunity to follow their student's schedule from class to class.
  • Intermediate Open House Thursday, Aug. 17th
    Fifth and sixth grade parents are invited to attend an Open House on Tuesday, Aug. 17th from 5:45-7:00. There will be a short informational meeting in the gym at 5:45, then parents will be given the opporutnity to rotate to through the classes.
  • Elementary Open House Tuesday, Aug 22nd
    This is a time for parents of JRK-4th grade students to come and find out information from the teachers about classroom procedures, etc. and to give parents an opportunity to ask any questions they might have. JRK-K will meet from 5:30-6:00, 1st and 2nd grade will meet from 6:00-6:30 and 3rd and 4th will meet from 6:30-7:00. This event is intended for adults only. However, the senior class is offering child care for donations for their senior mission trip.
  • No Classes Professional Development Day- Mark Twai
  • No School Labor Day