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Founded: 1986
Motto: “Prepare, Equip, Impact”
Colors: Maroon and White
Mascot: Warrior
Verse:  “But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord.  Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.  But do this with gentleness and respect.” I Peter 3:15


College Preparatory Curriculum with 9-12 Honors level Literature and Composition

Advanced Placement: AP Physics I and II (4 semesters), AP Calculus (2 semesters), AP Psychology
Science Labs/ Technology Labs
K-5 Science and Technology Lab Curriculum

Dual Enrollment Opportunities
Over 60% of our faculty holds advanced degrees
100% college/university of choice acceptance rate
100% of graduates matriculate to college/university



ACSI, Association of Christian Schools International


Administrative Team

Daniel Robinson, M.A., Superintendent

Stacy Holleman, M.A., K-12 School Principal

Reverend Amanda Chenault, B.A., Spiritual Life Pastor

Mark Shenton, M.A., Director of Athletics

School Board 

Jeff Bonzelaar

Gail Broadright

Aaron Currier

Marlon Lee

Don Lupo

Richard Rockwell


Spiritual Life

Interactive weekly chapel; student-led worship; high level of student involvement
Spiritual Emphasis Weeks for Elementary and MS/HS with special speakers and themes
Spiritual Life Retreat for all high school students, annually
Christian Studies curriculum designed to teach students to engage the world with Christian worldview
Biblical integration in all subject areas
Scripture memorization at all grade levels
Class Chaplain Grades 9-12


Michigan Independent Athletic Conference (MIAC)
JV/Varsity teams
35+ athletic teams

Warriors Youth Sports programs for K-5th grade
80% of our students participate in NCA 

Conference Titles and State District Titles annually

Fine Arts

Full range of instrumental, vocal, drama, and visual arts offerings with, and Art Lab

300 Seat Youth Center with full stage/lights/sound

Two K-12 Vocal and Instrumental Music Concerts and Art Showcase annually

Spring Musical production, HS Vocal and Instrumental Music

State and National Fine Arts Competition through Brightmoor Christian Church

Nationally ranked Fine Arts program


Annual Spiritual Life Retreat for Grades 9-12

Senior Debut and Retreat

Baccalaureate Service and Banquet for Grade 12
Spanish instruction Grades K-12
Advanced Thesis and Speech Program 
Community service program Grades K-12
Domestic Class Trips:  Grades 5, 8, 11, and 12
Two-Year AP Physics program, AP Calculus, AP Psychology
Student Statesmanship Institute – Mock Congress for Grades 10 and 11
Spiritual Emphasis Weeks with themed daily chapel for Elementary and MS/HS
Spiritual development through weekly chapels, Christian Studies curriculum and Biblical integration


Intentional service program designed to inspire heart for service in all grades
Annual Day of Service
Local, national and international service opportunities
40 service hours required during high school outside of school sponsored events


NCA is committed to a culture that celebrates diversity. We recognize that each person is uniquely created in the image of God, and our community should reflect the diversity and unity of the Kingdom of God.

Racial Diversity: 40% of students, K-12, represent culturally and racially diverse heritages
Geographic Diversity: Our students represent residency in 22 public school districts
Religious Diversity: Our students worship at over 60 different churches

Northwest corner of M-5 and 13 Mile Road in Novi, MI

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