VISION

Northern Colorado Christian Academy exists to help children become leaders by promoting knowledge, understanding, wisdom and virtuous character all for the Glory of God.

MISSION

Our mission at Northern Colorado Christian Academy is to promote academic integrity and excellence, as well as to inspire and equip children to become lifelong learners. We acknowledge and affirm that God’s word is the truth and will proclaim Christ as our Savior. It is our constant endeavor to declare that everything we do is for the Glory of God.

ACADEMIC PHILOSOPHY

As a classical Christian school our academic philosophy is to pass on the knowledge, understanding and wisdom that God has providentially preserved through the heritage of the Christian west. We use traditional, teacher-oriented methods and curriculum that emphasize the good, the true and the beautiful to instill wisdom and virtue in all of our students. Through our classical liberal arts focus, we are able to provide continuity in learning and in virtue that will equip our students to serve God according to His will.

NCCA HEADLINES

Remote Learning

During this time, when we cannot meet in person, we will continue classes through remote learning. Parents have or will receive an email with your child’s schedule and links to videos and/or live classes.

Directions on how to view classes and submit completed work will be coming soon. Be sure to continue to check emails daily for updates during this unusual time. Check your emails from NCCA for how to obtain technical support.

Thank you for your support and for helping the NCCA staff to glorify God in education.

May our trust and help come from God!

COVID - 19 - March 19th Update

Hello NCCA families!
I pray that this email finds you all doing well. I know I speak for all of the teachers and staff when I say that we have truly missed seeing each of you this week. Many of you may have already heard that Governor Polis issued an executive order to suspend all in person instruction in Colorado public and private schools until April 17th. (https://www.colorado.gov/governor/news/colorado-takes-further-action-address-public-health-threat-covid-19)

We take your children’s health and safety very seriously and want to honor this directive. We also want to make sure that we are glorifying God in whatever circumstances He has called us to; therefore, in keeping with our mission to provide an education, our goal is to proceed with our classes during this time in the best way possible. Our upper school students will continue with their classes online as well as with the Zoom app to receive instruction from Mrs. Hettinger and the upper school team. For our lower school students, this may mean recorded classes made available by your classroom teacher, as well as our Connect classes. Right now we are in the process of finding the best way possible for our teachers to deliver instruction to each of our classes in the areas of reading, math and Latin. We will have our regular spring break next week as scheduled and our plan for online learning would begin Monday, March 30th. I will be sure to update you all with more information as we have it available!

We will be in prayer for all of your health, both mental and physical as well as for each of you to remain confident in the Lord!

In His service,
Adrienne

2020 - 2021 Registration

Limited Space – Enroll now

New families click here to begin the registration process.

Current NCCA families click here for re-enrollment forms and details.

The Symbols in Our School Crest

Centurion Helmet: The Helmet of Salvation 
Shield:  Shield of Faith
Cross: Cross of Christ and Sword of the Spirit
Upper Left: Open book symbolizes academic pursuit of knowledge
Upper Right:  Triquertra (Latin) or Trinity (three cornered) knot. represents the Father, Son and Holy Spirit
Lower Left:  Chi (X) Rho (P) – combination of the first 2 letters in the Greek word for Christ.  It is the Greek abbreviation for Jesus Christ.
Lower Right:  Academic Torch symbolizes the pursuit of excellence

Staff Opportunities

Praise God, our school is growing!
Due to our growth, we are continually evaluating our current and future needs and want to get the word out that we are looking for qualified, passionate and motivated individuals that may be looking to volunteer, be a substitute teacher, or even a full time teacher at NCCA! If you’re interested in learning more about the current and future opportunities available at NCCA, please e-mail us at info@nocochristian.org.

When Visiting the School...

Reminder:  Parents and family are always welcome and encouraged to visit the school! However, for school security, please check in  at the school office when you arrive.

Lower School:  Use the doorbell at the southeast school door.

Upper School:  Please call the Assistant Principal, LouAnne Hettinger, to let her know that you will be visiting.  Then check-in at the church office before coming to a classroom.

COVID-19 Response Update

NCCA, in coordination with Eaton RE-2, and based on guidance from Weld County Health, the Colorado Department of Education, and the Governor’s office executive order, will suspend in-person instruction through 4/17/20. 

Current NCCA families click here for re-enrollment for the 2020-2021
School Year forms and for instructions to complete the re-enrollment process.

For New Students:  Click on the Banner above to start the registration process.

School is cancelled today

Because of snow, wind and forecast, NCCA is closed today, Tuesday, October 29th.