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At North Cobb Christian School, we believe that our calling is to work TOGETHER…Cultivating Hearts. Challenging Minds. Impacting Culture. Spring and Fall Terms are a chance for our students to put into practice all that they have been learning in the classroom, in chapel, on the ball field or playing court, and in the arts performance spaces. Spring/Fall Terms are the ultimate field trips for NCCS Middle and Upper School students.

Upper School Spring Term provides our students the opportunity to choose one of several life-changing trips or short courses ranging from international travel, local missions, local history, science excursions, college tours, and much more. God has gifted our students in many different ways and we believe Spring Term is a key component in helping them explore their possible career interests. Every NCCS Upper School student participates in Spring Term. Once students have selected their Spring Term activities, they will begin to have team meetings with their groups. This is a great forum for leadership development. Once we return, students give a presentation about their experiences which helps them work on their communication skills and provides a wonderful addition to their college portfolio.

Middle School Fall Term trips include Washington, D.C. for 8th graders, Savannah, GA, for 7th graders, the Sojourn Experience for 6th graders, and a trip to such places as the Georgia Aquarium or Atlanta Zoo for 5th graders. These experiences are educational as well as opportunities to further develop community and fellowship within individual grades.

If you have any questions about Spring and Fall Term at North Cobb Christian School, please feel free to contact Megan Strange, Upper School Principal (mstrange@ncchristian.org) or Craig Konchak, Middle School Principal (ckonchak@ncchristian.org).

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