For over 40 years Northville Christian School has been educating the next generation of leaders. Northville Christian’s commitment to academic excellence and discipleship has resulted in graduates who are strong in their faith and well prepared for the rigors of high school.
Education, when viewed as the process of developing citizens for God’s kingdom, is certainly an eternal investment. Our vision statement, “touching lives for eternity,” encapsulates what we strive to focus on as we follow the direction of God in our daily endeavors and long-range planning. We are committed to providing a full dimensional educational experience, which includes the development of the whole child. The spiritual and intellectual growth of each student is emphasized at NCS. Our desire is for each student to achieve his or her fullest potential.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about the ministry of Northville Christian School. Please contact the school office if you would like more information or would like to visit our school.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
“NCS has made a difference in my life by helping me understand that God knows me and loves me. I have made a lot of friends here. This has made me feel good and know that God has a plan for me.”
Alumni Parent Experience
“NCS was like a family to us. My children learned in a Godly atmosphere with love and compassion for all. I would not trade that experience at all for my kids, ever! It was well worth it! A good, solid beginning to let your kids learn the Word of God, as well as, reading, writing and arithmetic was the perfect blend.”
“Having younger students as Book Buddies really impacted and changed my life. This pushed me in the direction of being a teacher for my career. Having those experiences around children younger than myself and mentoring and teaching them new skills reinforced my drive to become and educator.”
“NCS has taught me how to make good friends and keep them. It has taught me how to work with difficult people and situations. It has taught me to be determined and to persevere.”