It seems that we hear people say something like this every day! God has blessed New Castle Christian Academy with a wonderful, charming, historical building that was the local public elementary school for over 65 years. The Arthur McGill School opened in 1922, was expanded in 1956, and educated countless North Hill students until it closedRead More
Pictures from the See You At The Pole prayer gathering. Special thanks to the 6th and 7th grade and Mrs. Mesko for leading the prayer time! Our students learn what it means to pray for our nation, for our city, for our school and for each other. NCCA students know the value of prayer andRead More
Thank you for taking the time to visit New Castle Christian Academy’s website! One of the most important decisions a parent can make is determining where their children should be educated. This is a decision that cannot be taken lightly: from Kindergarten through the Twelfth grade your child will spend over 15,000 hours in schoolRead More
The 2016-2017 archery season is fast approaching. This year, practice will be held on Monday and Thursday afternoons from 3:00 to 5:00. Archery is open to any student in grades 4-8. Prior experience not necessary. Please contact the school office if your child is interested in participating. Our team will be competing in various archery tournaments around the areaRead More
NCCA’s annual Harvest Festival is almost here! Mark your calendars for Friday, October 28, 2016. The evening will include Trunk or Treat, food, games, and a photo booth. *A gentle reminder: Costumes are encouraged but, please: nothing gory, macabre or satanic. The evening’s schedule: 6:00PM Trunk or Treat cars must be parked in NCCA parking lotRead More
Chromebook In The Classroom Thanks to an anonymous donation and state funding, NCCA classrooms and the computer lab are now equipped with new Chromebooks for student use! The New Castle City Fire Department members instruct Pre-K and Kindergarten students on fire safety. Middle School Students study cell structure during a Science Lab.Read More
NCCA is more than just a school, it's a family. We all cared and supported each other through everything. The teachers really loved each and everyone of us, no matter our circumstance. We all share great memories of our days at NCCA.
NCCA is a fabulous school. Our chapels allowed us to get more in depth about God and we were able to talk about more mature aspects of the Bible and have discussions about it. I loved our trips to Virginia, Niagra Falls, and Harrisburg. The education was amazing, the academics were high above the rest. Overall NCCA made me feel like i was apart of a second family and I enjoyed my experience.
I love NCCA, it was like family. NCCA was a great place for fun and learning. I loved the hot lunches, "snack day", and special event lunches for Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter. I loved my teachers, they were fun but strict. I am glad NCCA started Spanish in kindergarten, this really helped me in my new school. I also loved having chapel on Wednesday!