Winners Head to Regional Spelling Bee in Atlanta

NCS competed with area private schools in the ACSI Spelling Bee at Briarcrest. Congratulations to Sarah Louise Manley who placed 2nd overall, and Noah Lee who placed 5th overall, in the Spelling Bee! They now will go on to compete in … read more

Congratulations NCS Honor Society Inductees

Congratulations to our 33 new 10-12th graders inducted into the Senior High National Honor Society. They join 47 other members. They heard fantastic messages from honor society officers on: leadership, scholarship, service, and character. The following were inducted: •Seniors: MacKenna … read more

Kyleigh Steele Goes to State Reading Fair

Congratulations to 7th grade student, Kyleigh Steele! She placed 3rd in this week’s State Reading Fair with her entry in the Digital Board Category based on the book The Hobbit . She is the first NCS student to ever place … read more

NCS Introduces New Head Football Coach

Northpoint Christian School announces Tyler Gold will assume the position of Head Football Coach. He brings with him 15 years of experience in coaching football. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Florida Gulf Coast University. Gold joins Northpoint … read more

Honors Students Treated to a Fun Day!

The National Honor Society sponsored an honors outing at Main Event in Memphis on Thursday, Feb. 14, for Grades 10, 11, and 12 for those students who were on the Honor Roll or Achievement Roll for both nine weeks of … read more

Exchange Student from Spain Visits NCS

Our elementary Spanish class had a special visitor. Isabel Herrero is a 16 year old exchange student from Madrid, Spain attending classes at Desoto Central. She is living with a NCS host family, and she came to our school today … read more

“Shoes That Grow” For Children in Jamaica

NCS collected $665 in chapel and another $459 in online donations for a total of $1124! Our school will purchase 70 pairs of “Shoes that Grow” to be distributed on the IBS Mission Trip to Jamaica. Thanks to Mr. Ainsworth’s … read more

Sixth Grade Studies DNA and Cells Mutating Into Cancer

href=””> >Sixth grade students have been studying DNA and genetic mutations. They have been discussing how all cancers begin when one or more genes in a cell mutate. 6th grade student, Reid Russell, was 7 when he was diagnosed with … read more

Third Graders “Share Love” with Others

Mrs. Brown’s third grade class shared love on Valentine’s Day with kids being served at Candlelight Ministries. Kids living in Candlelight Mobile Estates in Olive Branch are blessed by this outreach project. Mrs. Brown’s class put together valentine bags filled … read more

NCS Theatre Dept. Wins Big at Allie Awards

Congratulations to the NCS Theatre Department for winning the following Allie Awards: •Emma Leslie and Jim Leslie – Best Lobby Design for The Game’s Afoot •Mrs. Wanda Phillips – Best Costuming for Beauty and the Beast •Jacob Melancon – Best … read more