North County Christian School offers an excellent college-prep education starting with preschool and Transitional Kindergarten.
Elementary and secondary grades equip and strengthen students by introducing them to the great thoughts, works, and events of Western Civilization.
The curriculum is challenging and based on biblical truths in all subjects.
Classes are small which allows personalization and much encouragement.
Students put knowledge to work with projects and field trips. The result is high achievement scores in all subjects as compared to the rest of the nation and college entrance by over 90% of the graduates.
Did You Know?!
NCCS does not tolerate bullies,
but provides Safety
SAFETY - PHYSICAL
Bullies do not have to be part of growing up or going to school. Bullying, both physical and emotional, is promptly addressed NCCS. With small class sizes (less than 20, teachers and aides have a much better opportunity to identify and deal with potential problems. Teachers are supported by an administration that proactively encourages good behavior and effectively deals with undesired conduct. NCCS believes, "Discipline your son, and he will give you rest; he will give delight to your heart.." (Proverbs 11:14)
SAFETY - EMOTIONAL
Teachers and staff actively look for desired Christ-like behavior that is systematically recognized and encouraged. Students have many opportunities to demonstrate success which builds a positive self-image. Additionally, NCCS helps students know that God loves them and has a plan for their lives. NCCS believes, "Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counsellors there is safety." (Proverbs 29:17)
SAFETY - SPIRITUAL
If you have taught your children about God and His Word, NCCS supports such teaching and refutes secular education that undermines biblical principles. Imagine your child in an environment where God is ignored or even hated - the situation in most public schools today. But NCCS strengthens faith and Christian values. NCCS believes, "Bad company corrupts good morals." (1 Corinthians 15:33)