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When our school, formerly known as “New Creation Center” was founded in 2000, we never dreamed it would become what NCCA is today.  What began as a learning center to help home school parents and students in the most rigorous of High School courses is now a fully accredited private Christian academy that offers a wide range of academics, athletics, and extra-curricular activities to both Middle and High School students.

NCCA is the best of both worlds: our students receive high quality instruction from well-qualified teachers, while our parents maintain their God-given roles as the primary influencers and decision makers in their children's lives. Our students are trained in a loving and caring environment with teachers and staff who work closely with the parents as the student becomes acclimated to the University-Model® schedule. Our schedule is built so that students attend classes two days a week at the elementary and middle school level.  In high school, students' schedules are based on a typical college schedule with classes meeting once or twice a week for 1.5 to 2 hours per class meeting time. 

Our students tend to fare better in college overall. Additionally, their freshman year is less daunting because they are accustomed to the rigor of that type of schedule. In fact, our students often become leaders on college campuses because they have already mastered the skills of balancing academics with extra-curricular activities.

 In addition to promoting healthier families and better preparing students for college, NCCA is a great pathway for students who desire to be more involved with service projects and part-time jobs on their days off. Business owners and managers know that they can depend on NCCA students to work more flexible hours than the typical high school student is allowed, thus the students have more time to mature in responsibility and develop an honorable work ethic. Some students use their days off to participate in various acts of service with their churches and in the community. Fostering this type of environment allows our students more time to grow as Christian leaders and servants in the community.

In my opinion, the best part of NCCA is that we aren’t just a great school, we are a great family. Nothing makes my day like getting a phone call or an email from a former student who is just “checking in” – almost like he or she is “calling home.” At NCCA, we work, dream, pray, laugh, and learn together. In our 20 years, we have influenced and molded lives for eternity, and we pray that we will have the blessing of doing so for many more years to come. Please take a while to get to know us better – we hope you will consider becoming a part of our family, and we welcome you.

Serving Him Faithfully,

Judy Foster

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