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September 04
Thursday 3:30 PM
Food, fun, and fellowship with your NCCS family!
Panda Express on Lindbergh Florissant MO
September 04
Thursday 6:00 PM
Against St. Louis United
September 05
Friday 4:00 PM
JV at 4:00 pm
V at 5:00 pm
Bus leaving NCCS at 2:15 pm
Returning at 7:30 pm
Wright City
September 08
Monday 4:30 PM
Home game against Logos
September 08
Monday 7:00 PM
Meeting for all students and their parents interested in mission trip to Honduras
NCCS Conference Room

ALUMNI Spotlight

Megan Moss Johnson

Class of 2004

I began attending North County in the 6th grade and graduated high school with the class of 2004.  I am so grateful for NCCS and how it prepared me mentally, spiritually and socially for college.  My teachers were amazing and always took the time to listen when I didn’t understand something or when life was just hard.  I attended Hannibal LaGrange, Florissant Valley Community College and UMSL.  Yes, a little all over the place but that’s just because I switched my major 3 or 4 times.  I finally decided on Business Administration and I still don’t know what I want to be when I grow up! 

Four and a half years ago I went through the biggest change of my life – a heart transplant.  I have stared at death straight in the eyes and I now realize that life is so short and so beautiful.  Cherish it.  

Because of the Christian community of NCCS and Ferguson Nazarene Church surrounding me with love, support, prayers and more, my family and I was able to make it through so much easier.  I received cards from the kids at school, visits from old teachers and principals, constant prayer, and my family was blessed with hugs, support and daily meals.  I am so thankful for the love of my school and church family.

Shortly after my transplant I met the love of my life, Nathan Johnson!  We were married a year later and I moved to Nashville, TN to be with my musician man.  Nathan is a guitarist and back up singer for Josh Wilson and Mat Kearney. He also does design work for several Nashville artists.


Currently, I am in property management and assist in managing over 120 condos, homes and duplexes.  I love it.  My dream would be to work with others and touch the lives of those going down the familiar road that I traveled during my heart transplant experience.


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It's going to be a great year!



Panda Night

We are giving our NCCS families an opportunity to build community, share a meal together, and raise a little money for the school at our fist ever Panda Express Family Night.

NCCS staff and families can go to the Panda Express on Lindbergh (near Target and Bread Co.) anytime from 3:30-8:30 pm on Thursday, September 4th, show them our flyer, share a meal with other Crusaders, and earn 20% of their meal amount for our school. 

Make plans to come.  This is a great chance to mingle...and not do dishes! Invite friends and family to join us. Don't forget to give them a flyer.  We cannot distribute flyers at the Panda location, but we can hand them out anywhere else.

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The mission of North County Christian School                         is to work in partnership with the home and church                 to provide quality education rooted in Biblical truths and        to nurture students as they . . .

Embrace a personal relationship with Jesus Christ,

Discover their God given gifts,

Seek  His plan for their life, and

Serve  Him with their mind, body and spirit.


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North County Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.





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