The adventure has begun! And isn’t that what Middle School should be? An adventure? After all, this is an unprecedented season of growth and change. At North Cobb Christian School, we perceive adolescence as a time of immense potential — a time for expanded leadership, where students are given increased freedom and responsibility to pursue academic acuity and God-given gifts. Like springs finally released, we watch our students launch forward into all they were created to become.


When adolescents are provided with a supportive, nurturing, innovative environment in which to grow and learn, amazing things ensue. For our students, the result is an unshakeable foundation of faith and identity. In our classrooms and throughout our halls, students are guided towards truth — both scriptural truth and the truth of who they are, at their core. In truth, they find freedom. And in that freedom, they soar.


There is a tangible difference that can be felt as you walk the halls of the NCCS Middle School. In fact, the number one comment we receive from parents and students alike is that our school just feels different, that it “feels like home.” This difference is not achieved accidentally; rather, it is the purposeful result of combining a loving, passionate and skilled faculty with a research-based, biblically-founded instructional program geared specifically towards adolescents.


A multidisciplinary approach.

A multidisciplinary approach is foundational to our Middle School program, developing students into authentic, well-rounded Christian leaders. Our instructional approach utilizes a balance between academics, athletics, fine arts and student life. We combine a robust curriculum with challenging learning environments to achieve student mastery through knowing, understanding and doing. And of course, the cornerstone of our Middle School program is our amazingly dedicated faculty — the “living curriculum,” who purposefully invest in each student’s wellbeing.

Biblical worldview.

Our students receive an education that is filtered through a biblical worldview, equipping them to sit at the table of influence and impact our culture for Christ. Middle School students participate in weekly Chapel, as well as monthly Advisory Groups, which are faculty-led small groups of students who unwrap biblical truths and hash out life, school issues, and everything in between. Middle School students also participate in Fall Retreat at the beginning of each new school year. These overnight retreats are held off campus, allowing students to grow in their relationships with each other, as well as with the Lord.

Pathways Program for individualized learning.

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Academic acuity.

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Duke TIP Program.

NCCS students participate in Duke TIP, which identifies academically talented students based on their outstanding performance on standardized achievement tests. These students are eligible to join the Duke TIP program and have the opportunity to take the SAT or ACT early, as well as participate in other advanced academic opportunities throughout the year.

Intentional mentoring.

The learning community at NCCS is one where every student is known, loved, and mentored regularly. Our faculty pours into our students, and the impact of this is seen long after graduation. Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Timothy Program, an intentional peer-to-peer mentoring format based on Paul’s mentorship of Timothy in the book of Acts. Students in grades 9 through 12 volunteer to serve as mentors, meeting for one hour a week with students in grades K5 through 8th to work through homework together, grapple with social or relational issues, explore a biblical topic, or just hang out and discuss life. The program is overseen by our counseling department, who ensures a positive experience for both mentors and mentees.

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Our Middle School students have an array of opportunities to explore talents and interests during the regular school day through over 30 club offerings. Clubs include Mach 5, Great Outdoors, No-Bake Cooking, Animation, Recycling, Journaling, Science Olympiad, Star Wars, Newspaper Writing, Book Club, Guitar Club, and many more! The clubs are sponsored by Middle School teachers, who pour into students through creative, hands-on experiences. Our unique, in-school club format fosters strong relationships between teachers and students, while also adding an exciting extracurricular element to the Middle School program.

Fall and Spring Term trips and experiences.

As part of our Middle School curriculum, our 5th through 8th grade students participate in Fall and Spring Term. This is an intentional week of outside-the-classroom learning, where students are given exciting, real-world opportunities to explore and learn. Each grade level participates in a different experience, from exploring our own community’s cultural highlights to experiencing our nation’s history through an 8th grade trip to Washington, D. C. These experiences are designed to launch students beyond the textbook, tapping into their natural curiosity as they become lifelong learners.

One to One Technology Initiative.

Having access to cutting-edge technology integration in the classroom is a key component of the Middle School experience at NCCS. Each student in grades 5 through 8 is issued their own Chromebook, which they utilize in class to follow along with note-taking guides, access and complete class assignments digitally, communicate with their teachers, and click on links during interactive teacher lectures. The end goal is to allow students opportunities to become technologically literate as 21st century learners, while also practicing digital stewardship and personal responsibility.

Together … cultivating hearts,
challenging minds,
impacting culture.

Craig Konchak

Middle School Principal

Aaron Williams
Director of Student Development

Gina Piepmeier
Middle School Admin. Assistant



We are always struck by the authenticity of the faculty, staff, families and students at NCCS. It’s more than a school. It’s a family.
— NCCS Parent

After coming to NCCS, I felt myself become a different kid. I was able to stay more focused in the classroom because everyone here wants the best for you.
— NCCS Student

Our children aren’t just taught — they’re loved. NCCS teachers pour themselves into the students, molding who they become.
— NCCS Parent

At NCCS, we focus on glorifying God on and off the field. Becoming an athlete at North Cobb Christian changed who I am as an athlete and as a believer.
— NCCS Student

The Arts at NCCS lets me tap into gifts I never knew I had. I’ve found joy, purpose, and lifelong friends who share my passions.
— NCCS Student

I found the best spiritual leaders at NCCS. The teachers and staff ensure that our spiritual education is just as important as our academic success.
— NCCS Alumni

I am forever grateful to NCCS for making me the person I am today. I want to give back to provide the same opportunities for future generations.
— NCCS Alumni

It’s hard to explain, but the minute we walked in the doors, it felt like home. Our whole family has thrived within this precious school’s tight-knit community.
— NCCS Parent