This summer 3 Music students from NCCS participated in the 65th annual Mid-America Music Association, Inc. music festival. Each student performed at the superior level and earned a trophy. Students were required to play two contrasting musical pieces on their instruments. 5th grade violinist Jillian Lowe, 4th grade pianist Annie Springer, and 3rd grade pianist Isaac Ford performed in front of judges during this event. Over 1100 students from several mid-western states participated in the festival that was held at the Lambert Airport Marriott July 28-31. Students could be scored with a Very Good, Excellent, and Superior (95/100), only students scoring in the superior received trophies. Each participant is a current student of NCCS's music teacher, Mrs. Christina Springer. Springer is thrilled that all three students performed at such a professional level. We are so proud of our students and grateful for opportunities like this for them to continue to grow!
FREEDOM FEST '22 is happening this Sunday, August 7th from 1pm-4pm at the Knights of Columbus in Florissant, MO. You DO NOT want to miss this event!! Hosted by A Place To Come and Worship God. There will be awesome giveaways, backpacks for back to school, tons of fun activities for the whole family and of course...food! Join us for an awesome and blessed time together with our community as we get ready to wrap up summer break.
Be sure to join our Virtual College Prep Talk tomorrow night, 5/24 at 6pm on "Awesome Advice for Athletes"! Check nccsedu.org/article/644164 for more information.
Be sure to join our Virtual College Prep Talk tomorrow night, 4/26 at 6pm on "I've Been Accepted, Now What?" Check nccsedu.org/article/644164 for more information.
Women, join us May 13 and 14 as NCCS hosts our first IF: Gathering Women's Conference! Friday night the doors will open at 5:15 pm, and the event starts at 6 pm and ends 9:30 pm. (There will be coffee!!) Saturday the doors open at 8:15 am, the event begins at 9 am and ends at 12:30 pm. The messages are so timely for the heaviness that is being felt by so many. The theme verse is 1 Peter 5:7, "Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for us.” It is our prayer that this will be a beautiful time for our NCCS women and women in the surrounding areas to come together in the Lord and grow with each other. Click here for more information: https://www.nccsedu.org/page/if-gathering-womens-conference
You are invited to support our baseball and track teams and their trip to Joplin on May 5-7 by attending a Fish Fry Fundraiser in the NCCS cafeteria on Saturday, April 30, from 5 to 7 pm. Tickets are $10 each (Age 5 and under are free), and can be purchased from the athletes or in the Administration Office through Tuesday, April 26. Tickets sold can be designated for individual team members. Tickets purchased at the door that night will support the team as a whole. CASH ONLY will be accepted at the door. You can also pay an additional $5 at the door that night if you would like all you can eat. The menu is fish (or chicken nuggets), spaghetti, coleslaw, dessert and beverage.
Parents, please plan to attend our NCCS School Board Open Forum Board Meeting this evening, April 19, at 7 p.m. in the school library! The open forum is an opportunity for our parents to meet and talk with our school board members. We will share briefly about recent school events and the current direction of the school and then open up for questions and input from parents who are in attendance. Our board holds these open forum meetings two times per year in an effort to provide open communication and the opportunity for our parents to ask questions and provide input regarding our school.
Be sure to join our Virtual College Prep Talk tomorrow night, 3/22 at 6pm on "A Day in the Life of a College Student"! Check nccsedu.org/article/644164 for more information.
Homecoming is tomorrow and Saturday, February 25-26. NCCS students, be sure to wear your blue and white to school tomorrow to show your Crusader spirit, and cheer loudly at the pep rally at 12:30! Our Lady Crusaders will play St. Norbert at 6:30 p.m., and our Crusaders will play Principia at 7:30 p.m. After the Crusaders play, the Alumni Game will be played around 9:00 p.m. Come and enjoy all the festivities, including the Homecoming Court. The Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria. GO CRUSADERS!!
Please join this CPA-sponsored Crusader Talks meeting on Monday, February 28th, at 6:30 p.m. Our CPA is working to present relevant topics to assist our parents. Feel free to pass this along to family, friends and coworkers as well. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81482515297?pwd=bC80dnRjLzdPTzAydEc4d0VMRWtZQT09
Due to the current road conditions and the forecast for additional sleet and snow, NCCS will be closed on Thursday, February 24th. Classes and extended care will be closed for the day.
Check out this article in StLToday about our NCCS Crusaders winning at state! https://www.stltoday.com/sports/high-school/boys-basketball/boys-basketball-notebook-north-county-christian-wins-state-parkway-norths-popoola-breaks-scoring-record/article_9edbb8a8-9442-11ec-a017-a323fa65e954.html
Be sure to join our Virtual College Prep Talk tomorrow night, 2/22 at 6pm on "Understanding Your Financial Aid Award Letters"! Check nccsedu.org/article/644164 for more information.
NO SCHOOL on Friday, February 4th! Due to the amount of snow and poor road conditions across the region, all classes are cancelled on Friday, and offices are closed. We will accept photos of students playing in the snow, building snowman, etc., through Sunday. Post in Facebook comments, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy the rest of your 5-day weekend!!!
Basketball schedule changes: Tonight’s game against Principia has been postponed to Monday, February 7, at 5:30 p.m. at Principia. Friday, February 4 – Home Games against Mississippi Valley Varsity Girls – 7:00 p.m.; Varsity Boys – 8:15 p.m.
ANOTHER SNOW DAY!!! Due to the current road conditions and the forecast for continuing snow, NCCS will be closed on Thursday, February 3rd. All classes and activities for Thursday are cancelled, and offices will be closed.
SNOW DAY!!! Calling all NCCS students. Get creative while you're playing in the snow....show us your best snowmen, snow forts and snow angels. A few prizes in different grade categories will be awarded next week, but that's all we can say for now! You can post a comment on our Facebook page or send an email to email@example.com with your pictures. Please include name and grade in your picture. HAVE FUN!!
NCCS will be closed tomorrow (February 2) due to the forecasted winter storm, along with the Governor's State of Emergency and MODOT's recommendation to stay off the roads if possible. All classes are cancelled for Wednesday and school offices will also be closed. A decision about whether to close for Thursday, and possibly Friday will be made at a later time, based on how the storm progresses.
Our Spaghetti Fundraiser Dinner on Friday, December 17 has been postponed. The Girls' Varsity Basketball Team will play Christian Fellowship at 5:30 pm in the NCCS gym. The Boys' Varsity Basketball Team's game is cancelled.
Stop by our booth at the Florissant Fall Festival between 10 and 5 today. We're right in front of the wedding chapel on Rue St. Francois. Let your friends who might be interested in Christian education know!