North Raleigh Christian Academy

Our Mission Statement

North Raleigh Christian
Academy is a community
Christian school assisting
families by providing
excellence in academics,
fine arts and athletics,
while instilling Biblical
principles in students’ lives
that they might impact
their society for Christ.

Prospective Families

Parents are welcome to join us!

Monday, September 25, 2017
9:35 am - 10:20 am
High School Gym

Participating Colleges

  1. Anderson University
  2. APlus Test Prep & Academic Services
  3. Appalachian State University
  4. Belmont Abbey College
  5. Berry College
  6. Bob Jones University
  7. Campbell University
  8. Catawba College
  9. Cedarville University
  10. Charleston Southern University
  11. Chowan University
  12. Columbia International University
  13. East Carolina University
  14. Elon University
  15. Furman University
  16. George Mason University
  17. Hampden-Sydney College
  18. Heritage Bible College
  19. High Point University
  20. Houghton College
  21. Lee University 
  22. Liberty University
  23. Louisburg College
  24. Mary Baldwin University
  25. Meredith College
  26. Methodist University
  27. Mid-Atlantic Christian University
  28. Montreat College
  29. NC State College of Natural Resources
  30. NC Wesleyan College
  31. North Carolina A&T State University
  32. North Greenville University
  33. Ohio Valley University
  34. Pensacola Christian College
  35. Queens University of Charlotte
  36. Randolph College
  37. Salem College
  38. Shenandoah University
  39. Southern Wesleyan University 
  40. St. John's College
  41. The King's College
  42. Toccoa Falls College
  43. UNC Chapel Hill
  44. UNC Greensboro
  45. UNC Wilmington
  46. United States Coast Guard Academy
  47. University of Alabama
  48. University of California, Berkeley
  49. University of Mount Olive
  50. US Naval Academy
  51. Wake Technical Community College 
  52. Watts School of Nursing

College Fair Brochure

This year, we are excited to have The College Funding Coach present a seminar to us entitled, " Little Known Secrets of Paying for College". This is a FREE seminar offered to NRCA families, but you MUST REGISTER to attend.  

For many families, the high cost of higher education is a daunting proposition. Parents lie awake at night trying to figure out how to afford sending their children to college and still have enough of their hard-earned money to be able to retire. Some families have children attending college next year and others have years to plan; but the fears of tackling these monumental and rising costs are the same. The College Funding Coach® is here to help families figure out HOW to pay for it! Please join us on October 2, 2017 at 7pm for the Little-Known Secrets of Paying for College workshop. This is information you can't afford to miss! 

To RSVP please: Click here

See the attached flyer for more information and testimonials!!

The date of the seminar is Monday, October 2 at 7:00pm and will be held in the NRCA Fine Arts Center. I trust this will be very helpful information as you plan for your children's future.

The College Funding Flyer

I hope to see you there!

Debbie Monahan
College Counseling Director
North Raleigh Christian Academy

919-573-7900 x.7926


Many have asked how we can help our fellow schools in the Houston area. We have the Association of Christian Schools (ACSI) and the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools (SBACS) reviewing and appraising the needs of our sister schools in the area. We are also reaching out to the ACSI District Representative for the Texas area. Joshua Expeditions is also making contacts with local authorities about bringing groups to help with restoration.

It is too early to access where the greatest need lies. In many cases, the Christian schools were not heavily damaged. However, many of the school staff and school families suffered greatly. The devastation is immense. 

Hopefully, we will know in the next couple of weeks. Wesley Scott, Executive Director of SBACS, is flying to Houston Sept. 28 to provide some direction.

If you desire to give a donation, we are starting a fund that will be used to assist Christian schools in the area. You can give online and designate the gift for "Houston Christian School Relief". Once we know specific needs, we will communicate our plan to assist our brothers and sisters in Christ.

Please pray for our fellow believers in this most difficult time and for those in the islands and Florida who are facing another catastrophic storm.

Houston Christian School Relief Fund

Yours for Kingdom education,
Dr. S.L. Sherrill

We are looking for Career Professionals like YOU!

Career Day at NRCA allows high school students to hear from a variety of career professionals to help guide them in their futures. This day is made possible by generous parents, like you, who are willing to share your profession and your path to getting there!

Here are a few quotes from students after previous years' Career Day:

  • "God may have a different plan for me than I previously thought."
  • "It's important to choose a career that I really like."
  • "I learned that I need to start thinking about my future and what I want to do."


If you would be willing to volunteer part of your morning on Tuesday, November 14 and make a huge impact on our students, please register by clicking the link below. 

NRCA - 2017 Career Day - Presenter Registration

The varsity boys soccer team, defending NCISAA State Champions, moved into the No.1 spot in the PrepsNow 20-county area rankings this week. Varsity volleyball remained No. 1 in PrepsNow rankings this week. 

Click the links below to see the News and Observer's coverage of the rankings.


NRCA's varsity volleyball team captured the No. 1 spot in the PrepsNow preseason area rankings. Click the link below to see the full list published in the News & Observer.

The Great American Eclipse drew hundreds of middle and high school students to the NRCA soccer and football fields on Monday, August 21, for a solar eclipse viewing party. 

The NRCA Science Department orchestrated the event and provided students and faculty with special eclipse glasses to prevent eye damage. “We bought 950 pairs of glasses in June for the middle and high school students, and then 600 in August for elementary students,” said Cindy McInnis, head of the high school Science Department.

Elementary students were given their glasses and dismissed early so they could safely enjoy the eclipse at home with their families. Middle and high school students watched the eclipse during seventh period and saw it reach its maximum of 94 percent at 2:44.

This is the first time NRCA has hosted such an event. “A solar eclipse happens every year or two, but one has not gone completely across the continental United States like this in a really long time, which is why this event has been so celebrated,” said Suzanne Lyczkowski, AP Psychology teacher and Yearbook adviser at NRCA.

The eclipse was a unique experience for students and teachers. “I loved the whole experience of viewing the once-in-a-lifetime eclipse of 2017 and was glad I got to share it with my friends,” freshman Emily McAteer said.

The next total eclipse to cross the United States is in the spring of 2024.


By: Julianna Fischer, Senior Editor


First meeting: September 6

Mothers around the world come together to passionately pray before God for the lives of their children. Imagine the impact of God answering prayers for a generation of children throughout the world. We have a Moms in Prayer group here at NRCA. Join us at our weekly prayer time for our children and school each Wednesday from 8-9am in E-118 (located near the cafeteria). Contact Leigh Berrier (919-556-2321 or cberrier002@nc.rr.com) for more information.

Click here to download Article 

ACT Math Review Sessions

Cost: $70 per session (plus $25 for the ACT Prep book)

Session Concepts:

  • Session 1: Pre-Algebra Review (highly recommended by students)
  • Session 2: Algebra Review
  • Session 3: Geometry Review
  • Session 4: Coordinate Geometry & PreCalculus Review
  • Session 5: Strategies for the ACT Math section


Group Session Dates & Times:

  • Session 1: Wednesday, September 20, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm 
  • Session 2: Friday, September 22, 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm 
  • Session 3: Monday, September 25, 4:00 pm – 6:00 am 
  • Session 4: Wednesday, September 27, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm 
  • Session 5: Friday, September 29, 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm 

One-on-One sessions also available

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, September 13

Make checks payable to:
"Kristin Deim"

Please contact me at kdeim@nrcaknights.com if you have any questions. 

Classes will be held in J-203

ACT Math Registration Form

"It's not too late to register your child for
private piano, violin, viola, or cello lessons!"

Weekly private instruction is available during the school day. 
Please contact Jewel Kirk for more information.

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See what NRCA OFFERS in this new promotional video. 
The God-Story Journey continues, "To God be the Glory!"


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