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Well Prepared For Success

STUDY

Four levels of learning, combine to create Northside Christian Academy.

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The first stages in life are some of the most important and starting the learning experience off right is a key for our Early Education Center team. 

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Traditional school principles with a Christian emphasis is what you will find in NCA's Lower School program.

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The transitions in a child's life to the teenage years calls for a supportive curriculum and staff that Northside Christian pride themselves in. 

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A challenging liberal arts program is just one of the many reasons the high school students excel at Northside.

Our newly opened West Campus offers K4-1st Grade in a second location with small class sizes and all the traditions and beliefs held at Lexington Campus.

A consistent worldview that is Christ-centered and biblically based.

At Northside Christian Academy we seek to do all that we do for the glory of God.  The same is true with academics.  As an academic establishment we are continually researching to find the best practices, the best curriculum, and the best faculty to offer the best academic environment. 

We believe the best Christian education is a partnership between students, faculty and parents that provides a Christ-like love for the students to learn, love and pursue excellence in academics, athletics, and fine arts through promoting a biblical worldview in the presence of Christ-honoring faculty.

At Northside Christian Academy, education is a unique opportunity to experience a rigorous college-prep, but with the advantage of the core of biblical truth at the center and woven throughout the curriculum. This Christian philosophy of education is at the core of all areas of study. True Christian education is not simply a curriculum, which contains a Bible class. It is a manner of teaching in which students are led to make sense of the universe and their place in it by filtering their learning through God’s Word as they each learn about His great plan for each of their lives. A true Christ-centered education will have an eternal impact.

As a Christ-honoring, college preparatory school, our educational philosophy is shaped by the Bible, which we believe to be the inerrant, infallible Word of God.

We believe that our students should be well prepared to become successful contributors to their generation and the generations to come. To do this, they need to understand the world in which they live. Their worldview should reflect the fact that God’s Kingdom is over all and that God’s Kingdom is all for His glory; “For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be the glory forever. Amen.” (Romans 11:36)

Because Eternity Matters.

 

Consistent worldview that is Christ-centered and biblically based

  • Graduates will possess knowledge and understanding of the Scripture that equips them for Kingdom living (Roman 12:2, Col 2:8)

  • Graduates understand how Scripture applies to and informs the graduate’s view of social, economical, political, historical, vocation and other foundational areas of influence. (Proverbs 2:6., Proverbs 4:11 and Luke 2:46-47)

 

Responsible Academic foundation that prepares them for God’s open door at the next stage of life

  • Graduates will be well prepared in all academic disciplines and possess the academic skills necessary to flourish at the next level (Luke 2:52)

  • Graduates will possess the necessary critical thinking skills and a commitment to be a life-long learner that allows the individual to prosper in an ever changing world. (Col 1:10, 2:6 and II Peter 1: 5-8)

 

Undisputable redemption that is biblically based and personal

  • Graduates will understand God’s plan of redemption both for the individual and the world (Matt 28:19-20, Acts 1:8 and Romans 1:16)

  • Graduates will understand how to explain Salvation based on God’s Word (Romans 3:23, 6:23, 5:8, John 3:16 and Romans 10:9-13)

 

Strong responsibility that is guided by Scripture and encompasses the individual, culture and evangelism

  • Graduates will understand biblical responsibility for being accountable to God and established authority (2 Cor 5:10, Romans 13:! And I Peter 2: 13-14)

  • Graduates will understand biblical responsibility for building culture (Gen 1:28, 9:1 and Romans 12: 6-7)

 

Authentic integrity that influences all of life’s decisions

  • The graduate will be taught the importance of exhibiting character qualities that honor Christ (Prov 11:1, Titus 2:6-8)

  • The graduate will understand the importance of maintaining Christ-like integrity when making all decisions (I Peter 2:15 and Prov 4:23)

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Diligent ownership of the Faith that is personal and transformational

  • Graduates will learn the importance of taking personal responsibility for study, prayer and service (II Tim 1:6-7, 2:15, 3:14-17, Phil 2:12, II Tim 3:15-16, James 5:16 and John 1:12-13)

  • Graduates will understand how to defend the faith (Acts 17:2, 17:17 and 19:8)

 

Eagerness to engage culture, proclaim the Gospel and live life to the Glory of God

  • Graduates will be equipped academically, intellectually and physically to pursue God’s calling on his or her life (II Tim 3:16-17 and Luke 2:52)

  • Graduates will be equipped to glorify God by kingdom living (II Tim 4:6-8, Psalm 29:1 and II Cor 4:6 & 15)

 

Readiness to die to self daily and pick up the cross to follow Christ (Luke 9:23)

  • Graduates will seek those things which are above where Christ is (Col 3:1)

  • Graduates will follow Christ to the end of the earth (Acts 1:8)

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