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January 26
Monday 4:30 PM
Away Game against Collinsville Christian Academy
January 26
Monday 7:00 PM
NCCS Conference Room
January 29
Thursday 7:00 PM
January 30
Friday 8:00 AM
Spelling Bee Participants will leave at 8:00 am, return at 1:30 pm.
Lunch provided at a fast food restaurant.
First Baptist Church O'Fallon MO
January 30
Friday 3:00 PM
Away Games against Tower Grove Christian School
JVB play at 4:30 pm
VB play at 6:00 pm
VG play at 7:30 pm
Bus leaves at 3:00 pm
Returns at 9:00 pm
Tower Grove

ALUMNI Spotlight

Madison Kirk

Class of 2013

My NCCS adventures started in 2004 when I started the school year as a fourth grader. Between 2004 and my graduation in 2013 I made so many wonderful memories. My high school days at NCCS were some of the best days of my life. After so many years together, my class had bonded so well, we were practically a family. I enjoyed being very involved with NCCS; I was on student council, the track team, and I even worked there.

Besides having a blast with my friends at NCCS, I learned some really incredible things from my teachers. I remember them always saying, “You’re going to need this for college” and surely enough I did. After graduating in 2013, I attended Olivet Nazarene University as a Fashion Merchandising student. During my freshman year of college I used many of the tips my art teacher gave me throughout high school. (Love you, Ms. Dischert!)

Now that I am in my sophomore year of college I have tried stepping out of my comfort zone. I spent the past semester studying abroad in Tokyo, Japan. I attended Tokyo Christian University for three months; it was a mind blowing experience! I learned more in Japan in three months than I ever could have imagined. Since TCU is an international school I really enjoyed meeting people not only from Japan, but also from Africa, Germany, India and China. This experience really opened my eyes to new types of fashion, and how to understand people with different cultural backgrounds. During the trip, the twelve other American students and I became really close friends; at times I felt like I was on another NCCS senior trip! Although my time in Tokyo was absolutely amazing, I am so excited to be back at home with the people who taught me everything I needed to know to succeed on a trip like this. 


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Family Panda Night 

Please visit Panda Express on Lindbergh (near Target and Bread Co.) anytime between 3:30-8:30 pm on Thursday, February 5th. Show them our flyer, and NCCS will receive 20% of the evenings profits.   
This is a great chance to mingle...and not do dishes! Invite friends and family  
to join us. Flyers can be picked up in the office, printed here,  
or accessed through the parent portal of teacherease under communications,  
"digital lockers". We can't distribute flyers at the Panda                location.                              

 Thank you for your continued support!  

Current Families

Please plan to attend Crusader Community Night on Thursday, January 29, at 7:00 pm. Join us in the  cafeteria to learn about our progress toward our strategic initiatives, and to hear about our upcoming accreditation review. We will also distribute registration packets and share important information regarding tuition, fees, and the calendar for the 2015-16 school year.

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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.


We Are Crusaders for Christ


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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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