Students in Mrs. Morris’s 4th grade class presented their cereal box commercials/book reports to other students and teachers. Students had to read a book and then create a cereal box and “commercial” that creates enough interest to get classmates to … read more
Congratulations to our NCS students who were among 182 3rd-8th grade students competing in the ACSI Math Olympics today hosted by ECS. •Our NCS students performed well as we had 15 students who earned a ribbon. •Special congratulations to our … read more
PK students went “buggy” during STEM Lab! Students designed and engineered their own bug creations and made their bug’s eyes light up. This allowed the students to create a circuit and see electricity at work. They also built a model … read more
Our high school home mission students are in Hopkinsville, KY serving at Impact Ministry. Impact Ministries is a food and clothing distribution ministry that serves the Hopkinsville & Christian County community in KY. It is staffed by volunteers from Churches … read more
Congratulations to the Northpoint Christian School’s Percussion Ensemble who are the Concert Class, MS State Champions! Go, Trojans! You truly are the “Pride of The Point!
Drew Fowler (NCS alum ‘14) returned to campus to share with our high school accounting students. Fowler is currently a senior at the University of Mississippi studying in the Patterson School of Accountancy. He plans to pursue his Master of … read more
Fourth grade held their “State Parade” at school today. Students researched their state and made a “float” with interesting facts, places, cities or things associated with their states.
Honors physics students built neutrally buoyant air transport devices out of Mylar balloons, tape, straws, cardboard, cups, string, paper clips, and a paper tube. They were given a “mission” to fly their transports full of rescued RICE people from the … read more
Mrs. Akin’s fifth grade science classes are doing a unit on weather including powerful storms and severe weather. They have been learning about thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes. Today her classes are using the factors learned about weather, and as “engineers” … read more
Mrs. Heun’s English classes are busy using editing stations to revise rough drafts for their 7th grade research papers. Back in January, we had our ‘17 seniors back to campus to talk about freshman year. One thing the entire group … read more