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

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.

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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.

Choose one date. Each session covers the same topics.
Please register with Mrs. McInnis at least one week prior to date desired.

  • Tuesday, Sept 12 -  3:30-5:00
  • Tuesday, Sept 26 -  3:30-5:00
  • Saturday, Sept 30 - 10:00-11:00
    (1.5 Hour Sessions)

Cost is $55.00 made out to Cindy McInnis.  
Contact Mrs. McInnis for text recommendations.


Kindergarten-5th grade students will have early dismissal for the Eclipse on August 21. This is for their safety. There will be no aftercare on August 21. Elementary students will be given Eclipse glasses to take home. This will allow you to view this once-in-a-lifetime event as a family. Make it a great family experience! The best viewing time is 1:40-3:00 p.m. with the total eclipse occurring around 2:40-2:50 p.m. The early dismissal schedule for carline is as follows:

  • 11:30 a.m. Kindergarten Pick-Up
  • 11:45 a.m. 1st-2nd Grade Pick-Up
  • 12:00 a.m. 3rd-5th Grade Pick-Up

The reasons we have decided to have early dismissal for the elementary students are:

  1. The total Eclipse will bring darkness about 2:40 p.m. in the middle of elementary carline pick-up creating safety issues.
  2. The ability for students to see their parents’ car would be impeded due to the Eclipse glasses and the darkness from the Eclipse.
  3. The concern that the safety glasses will not fit the children securely and the difficulty for teachers to keep watch that they stay on the children for their safety.
  4. The traffic issues that are going to be created across the city with the darkness mid-afternoon.



Grades 6-12 will have a regular school day August 21 and will be provided glasses to go outside with their teachers for a viewing party, 7th period, on August 21st. The middle school will view the Eclipse from the football stadium bleachers and the high school will view the Eclipse from the practice football field. Carline pick-up for middle school dismissal will be postponed from 3:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. and high school dismissal will be postponed from 3:05 to 3:20 p.m. Parents, please adjust your arrival for these times so you will not arrive in the darkness. 


Yours for Kingdom education,

Dr. S. L. Sherrill
Founder and Superintendent
North Raleigh Christian Academy


2017-2018 Supply Lists

Please check these NEW lists. Previous lists did not have all the updated information. Highlighted items on the lists below show the updates. If you ordered the SchoolKizs supply packs, the items in those boxes are the correct supplies. 

2017-2018 Middle School Reading & Supply Lists



2017-2018 High School Reading Lists 

High School students will receive their supply list from each, individual teacher during the 1st week of class.
Summer Reading is REQUIRED for all High School students. 



North Raleigh Christian's Natalie Loyd (23) turns the corner on Wake Christian's Sydney Bosworth (3) during the North Raleigh Christian high school soccer game with the Wake Christian high school on April 27, 2017. North Raleigh Christian won the game 5-0. Johnny Johnson newsobserver.com

Sixth-graders Mugo Maina, Jordyn Stott, and Madelyn Robinson and eighth-graders Mary Stanford Austin, Brooke Denton and Jackie Sarria were chosen to represent NRCA at the 2017 Middle School All-State Choir Festival. This event, sponsored by the North Carolina Music Educators Association, takes place at the Greensboro Coliseum on April 21-22, bringing together approximately 600 students from around the state. Maina, Stott and Robinson will perform with the Sixth-Grade Choir, Denton and Sarria will perform with the Treble Choir, and Austin will perform with the Mixed Choir.
These students are learning a wide variety of music in foreign languages, from different countries and cultures, as well as traditional American folk music and spirituals. They will work with guest conductors throughout the weekend and present a finale concert for family and friends. 

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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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