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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

Rising 1st-8th grades can order their
2017-2018 School School Supply Kits today
at 
www.shopttkits.com, School Code is 32570

DRIVER EDUCATION

A Driver Education class will be held 10 afternoons beginning  Monday, May 15th through Friday, May 26th  from 3:10 p.m. until 6:10 p.m.  The State of North Carolina requires 30 hours of classroom instruction; therefore, students must attend all class dates.  Please note that there will not be a makeup day at NRCA.  If your child misses a session, he/she will need to make up that session at an area high school where a Driver's Education class is being taught.  Mr. Lister will have that information should you need it.  There has been a $65.00 fee imposed by the State of North Carolina, but there must be a minimum of 25 students in order to have the class.  Students must be 14½ by May 15, 2017, in order to take the class, so your student should have had a 14th birthday on or before November 15, 2016. See instructions on back of this application on  how to pay for Driver Education online through Jordan Driving School. A receipt of payment must be attached to the Parent Verification when you turn in the form.

The State of North Carolina limits the class size to 45 and requires that students be accepted to the class based on age. Sign-up is as follows: 12th grade: April 24th, 11th and 12th grades: April 25th, 11th grade: April 26th, 8th-10th grades: April 27th and 28th.  After these dates it becomes open enrollment and is first come, first served. Once the class is full, no applications will be accepted. You do not need to confirm whether your student has been enrolled in the class. If his/her application is accepted by Mrs. Parrish he/she is in the class.

Applications will be accepted through Friday, May 12, 2017.   However, if you have any questions about the class, please do not hesitate to call Mrs. Parrish at 573-7900 ext. 7937.  Please complete the form below and return it to Mrs. Parrish by Friday, May 12, 2017 , along with the receipt of payment.  Keep the top part of this letter for your information.  Students are to bring their iPads (charged) to this class.

Registration Form

Take your Skills to a New Level

Advance your Creativity and Confidence

  • Monday June 5
  • Tuesday June 6
  • Wednesday June 7
  • Thursday June 8 

Art camp  9:00 to 12:00 am
For rising 4th 5th 6th and 7th graders

Camp will be held at North Raleigh Christian Academy
7300 Perry Creek Rd. Raleigh NC - Room B 209

Sessions will include:

  • Painting, Sculpture, Collage and
  • A Variety of Media and Techniques

 

Fee for the Camp is $100 and includes all materials.
For the midmorning break, students are encouraged to bring a drink and snack.

For more information, please contact
Christine Pecore @ 919-796-8993
cpecore@nrcaknights.com

Registration Form

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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.
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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. 

SAT English Prep Class

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

Email scanady@nrcaknights.com for more info

Session Concepts:

  • Session 1: Reading
  • Session 2: Writing

Group Session Dates & Times:

  • Session 1: Saturday, April 29    9:00 am – 11:00 am
  • Session 2: Saturday, April 29    12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 13
Make checks payable to:
“Suzanne Canady”
Classes will be held in J-203

Registration Form

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 

Sign up today!


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


Campaign buttons included one for Cooper Edmunds, who was elected governor. Ken A. Huth
NRCA's fifth-grade choir, Knights of Note, has been selected to perform at Meymandi Concert Hall in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts as part of the 19th annual Elementary Choral Celebration. This event, sponsored by the Raleigh Fine Arts Society, takes place on Thursday, March 30, and brings together elementary choirs throughout Wake County for an evening of music sharing. Knights of Note will have the opportunity to sing two songs for an adjudicator, who will critique their performance and give feedback for growth and improvement. They will also be combining with seven other choirs to perform three "massed" songs for the audience of parents, teachers, principals and other administrators.
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One of the benefits of this experience is having a choral clinician come to campus several times to work with the singers on different elements of vocal technique and performance. Marshall Butler, retired choral director at Sanderson High School, is NRCA's clinician and recently worked with the fifth-grade choir on breathing and phrasing within their music. He will return on March 2 for a second session with the students.
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The Knights of Note look forward to singing on a professional concert stage and representing NRCA with their high level of excellence.

THE NEW NORTH RALEIGH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY VIDEO:
See what NRCA OFFERS in this new promotional video. 
The God-Story Journey continues, "To God be the Glory!"

 



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