Academics at NCS

Teaching Minds. Shaping Hearts. Transforming Our World.

Academic Excellence

...whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.
- 1 Corinthians 10:31

We are proud of our successes. We maintain contact with our grade 9 graduates and their parents as they progress to high school. Relationships are built with our students that goes beyond just academics.

Newell Christian School uses the CATs (Canadian Achievement Tests), which is administered yearly. This test allows for a comparison between educational performances of private schools and the Canadian Public system. It also allows our school to evaluate our educational standards on an ongoing basis as well as the opportunity to enhance our academic standards.

NCS's consistently high scores allows parents to have confidence that their child is receiving a complete, comprehensive education at Newell Christian School.

Core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and knowledge of God and His Word. This complete package begins with reading development and progresses through Jr. high, giving students a solid foundation for pursuing their life goals. At NCS, our core values are the foundation of everything that we do.

The teaching of Bible as a core subject is essential to the academic curriculum. The biblical integration of every planned learning experience is crucial to effective Christian schooling to the development of a Christian worldview.

NCS is committed to academic excellence, maximizing each student’s potential. The importance of students’ self-esteem, physical well-being, and individual academic needs are highly valued in the educational process.

Core Value #3 — MORAL COMPASS:
A child’s education should prepare him to successfully enter into society with strong moral character as ambassadors for Christ.

Students should learn how to process information, make wise decisions, and think critically in the context of a Christian worldview.

Core Value #5 — LEADERSHIP:
School should prepare students to be leaders in their families, work places, churches, and communities. Students are discipled through mentored relationships and lifestyle modelling.

Core Value #6 — SERVICE:
Educators, parents, and students depend on each other while investing in the mission of the school and reach out to the community in service and contribute to its growth. We recognize that each child has God-given talents that contribute to the growth of the community.