Prospective Parent Information Meetings & Tours
North Raleigh Christian Academy’s Prospective Parent Information Meetings are an excellent way to learn about the school. An informational session covering topics from NRCA’s history to policies and procedures will acquaint you with our past and present. The principals for each division (elementary, middle, and high school) and the Admissions director are available at this meeting to answer any questions you may have. Each session concludes with a school tour.
At least one parent must attend a Prospective Parent Information Meeting during the current admission season for the application process to be complete. Attendance at a previous year’s Prospective Parent Information Meeting does not meet the current-season requirement for completing the application process.
These meetings are open to the public, and no reservations are required. We request that parents not bring infants, preschoolers, or elementary students since the meetings and tours run an hour and a half and involve presentations, question-and-answer sessions, and walking tours of the facility. Middle and high school students are welcome to attend with their parents if they wish. Parents of NRCA siblings are not required to attend but are always welcome.
We offer Prospective Parent Information Meetings from November through July for each new admission year. Unfortunately, we are unable to schedule individual tours.