We are glad you have shown an interest in New Covenant Christian School by taking time to browse our website. Our desire is to be a “family of families” committed to the classical and Christian ideals of truth, goodness and beauty, the cultivation of virtue and wisdom, and the integration of faith and learning. We seek to accomplish this through providing an educational program that is academically excellent and with a view toward motivating and preparing students for life-long learning. In short, we are preparing them for a life of wisdom, virtue, and service to God and to their fellow man.
As you look over this website we hope you will get a sense of the warm and joyful vitality of our school. We really value families here at New Covenant Christian School and see the ministry to families as our fundamental vision. We exist to partner with families who desire a challenging academic education which is rooted in a biblical worldview.
To that end, you will see that as a Christian school we intentionally seek to integrate disciplines and subjects. We understand that the triune God is the integrating point of all learning, wisdom, and understanding. As the great Dutch statesman and Reformed theologian, Abraham Kuyper, once said:
“No single piece of our mental world is to be hermetically sealed off from the rest, and there is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry: ‘Mine!’”
This is what we want our students to catch a vision for! We want our students to see the order and beauty of God in Mathematics. We want them to recognize, understand, and be able to compare and contrast competing worldviews with their own when they encounter them in literature and history. We want them to see Christ in all that is true, good, and noble in the arts. Most of all, we want them to love and serve God and their fellow-man with their minds, hearts and hands.
This is why we exist.
We invite you to come join us.
Mrs. Jean E. Armstrong
Grammar/Upper School Principal