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

Job Opening - Fall 2017

We are looking for a Spanish I teacher, if you are interested please contact Mr. Watkins as soon as possible. 
dwatkins@nrcaknights.com or call 919-573-7900 x7932

Spanish I - This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Students will learn vocabulary and communication skills through oral and written exercises, class activities, and at-home assignments. Listening and speaking skills will be developed through oral activities and audio and video components. In this class, students will also learn about the geography and culture of Spanish speaking countries. Students are graded on homework assignments, quizzes, tests, oral participation, classroom projects, and listening activities. By the end of this course, students will have reached a novice-high proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing in Spanish.

NRCA iPad Distribution 4th Grade, 7th – 12th Grades 
& New 4th – 12th Grade Students 

July 25 & 27 and August 1 & 3
(Fine Arts Center)


NRCA will begin a new deployment year for iPads in our 1:1 program during the 2017-18 school year. This year returning students entering 4th grade or 7th – 12th grade will receive a new, school-issued iPad. In addition, all new 4th – 12th grade students will receive a new, school-issued iPad. Students in 6th - 12th grades will use their iPad both at school and at home, while students in 4th and 5th grades will be leaving their iPad on campus. There are many ways to bring in creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication in the classroom, but NRCA believes that continuing to use this mobile technology in the hands of students who are eager to learn is an amazing way to promote 21st century teaching and learning.  

Join us on one of the deployment dates for students to come to NRCA, receive their iPad, and begin to learn to use them prior to the opening of school. Each parent and student will go through a brief information session along with stations that will provide a step by step process of receiving, protecting and setting up their new iPad. The entire process will take about one hour. Students at all grade levels must be accompanied by a parent in order to receive their iPad. Each student and at least one parent must attend the opening session with the technology director. Even though you may have previously attended a session during the last deployment, we want to continue to keep everyone on the same page and provide you with an update on changes that have taken place. 

Apple IDs: 

  • Students in 7th – 12th grade who already have an Apple ID from the previous deployment will use the SAME Apple ID. Please make sure you know your Apple ID and password prior to coming to NRCA for deployment. 

  • New students and 4th grade students will need to create an Apple ID prior to coming to NRCA to speed up the process. Please make sure you know your Apple ID and password prior to coming to NRCA for deployment. 
    Students over 13 can create an Apple ID here: https://appleid.apple.com/account#!&page=create

  • Students under 13 will need to have an Apple ID created through Family Share on a parent iPhone or Mac. Directions can be found here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201084

  • Students under 13 whose parents do not use an iPhone or Mac will need to create an Apple ID using a parent name and email address. The student will then use this Apple ID as a family account. Parents can create an Apple ID here: https://appleid.apple.com/account#!&page=create

Please sign-up for a deployment time slot by clicking the link below. Time slots are limited to avoid overcrowding at each session. 

If you are unable to attend any of these time slots, make-up dates will be announced after the August 3rd sessions.


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. 

NEW! Flag Football starting Fall 2017

Saturday Mornings 9 AM - 11 AM
August 19 - October 21

Cost: $75 per Player
Includes League T-Shirt, $20 Late Fee after August 5

  • Players are boys in the 4th - 6th grades
  • This is a 9 week program that emphasizes skill development and fun through playing the game
  • The players will receive individual instruction to develop their fundamental skills
  • Everyone will play and will receive an award at the conclusion of league play
  • First weekend is to evaluate the athletes' skill levels and then have a draft to determine the teams
  • Boys will practice for 45 minutes before the Games
  • Need Parent Volunteers for coaching and referees

QUESTIONS? crivera1@nrcaknights.com

Flag Football Registration 

Individual teacher and staff phone numbers no longer work when calling NRCA. You must first dial the main school number, 919-573-7900, and then either enter the person's extension, select an option from the opening greeting, or use the dial-by-name directory. What was previously a teacher’s individual telephone number is now their extension. For example, if a teacher’s number was previously 919-573-1652, their extension is now simply 1652. All of the direct telephone numbers will ring busy, with the exception of our main school number.

Many smart phones allow you to enter a comma or a pause when adding a phone number to your contacts. You can use this to add the main number along with the extension to your contacts. For example, to add the above number to a contact, you can enter 9195737900,1652.

As a reminder, below is the opening greeting you will hear when calling the main number:

This is what you will hear when you call the school number.  

Thank you for calling North Raleigh Christian Academy.  Our office hours are 7:30 am to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  If you know the 4-digit extension of the person you are calling, you may enter it now. If not, please listen to the following prompts.

  • Press 0 for the School Directory for 4-digit extensions.
  • Press 1 for Mrs. Tilley, the School Receptionist.
  • Press 2 for Mrs. Dial, the Director of Admissions.
  • Press 3 for the Business Office.
  • Press 4 for Mr. Cook, the Assistant Secondary Principal.
  • Press 5 for a Principal.
  • Press 6 for Mrs. Monahan, the College Counseling Director
  • Press 7 for Steve Lykins, the Athletic Director.
  • Press 8 for Michael Green, the Fine Arts Director
  • Press 9 for Dr. Sherrill, the School Superintendent

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    • ThuJul20 Parent Information Meeting 9:00 AM to 10:00 AMMedia Center
    • ThuJul20 New Student Testing 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
    • TueJul25 IPad Distribution - 9am, 10:30am, 6pm, 7:30pm
    • ThuJul27 IPad Distribution - 9am, 10:30am, 6pm, 7:30pm
    • ThuJul27 Parent Information Meeting 9:00 AM to 10:00 AMMedia Center
    • ThuJul27 New Student Testing 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
    • SatJul29 Band Leadership Clinic 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    • MonJul31 Band Camp 8:00 AM to 5:30 PMBaseball Field, MP1
    • MonJul31 Color Guard Camp 8:00 AM to 5:30 PMEL Gym
    • MonJul31 SAT Math prep class 1:00 PM to 3:00 PMJ303

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