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Grammar School

Classical Academics

We offer a high quality classical education for children of all ages, from preschool through high school.  We are grounded in the time-tested classical approach to education. Students naturally progress through four stages of education:

Pre-Grammar (Kindergarten-Second Grade): Basic math and literacy skills, including a phonics-based reading program.

Grammar (Grades Three-Six):  Building a foundation of knowledge in classic literature, math, grammar, history, the Bible and more.

Logic (Grades Seven-Nine):  Training students in how to think and reason logically, both formally and informally, in every subject area.

Rhetoric (Grades Ten-Twelve): Developing students’ ability to communicate truth persuasively in every area of life.

We believe that as students move through these stages, they build a foundation of knowledge, develop true understanding and then learn to cultivate wisdom.  Knowledge, understanding and wisdom are the three elements of Biblical education.  CLICK HERE for more information.

“For the Lord, gives wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding.” Proverbs 2:6 (ESV)

Spiritual and Social Development

Life is more than academics.  A Classical education prepares children for all areas of life. At New Covenant Christian School, we disciple our students to be followers of Jesus Christ in many ways:

  • Bible Classes
  • Daily Prayer and Weekly Chapel
  • Community Service
  • Leadership
  • Social Events and Activities

Grammar School

Our Grammar School includes children in kindergarten through sixth grade. A typical day begins at 8:30 a.m. with memory period for grades two though six, while the kindergarten and first graders have opening and recitation. During memory period, the children sing, chant, and recite together. Latin instruction begins in third grade, and our students in third through six have a minimum of three hours of formal Latin instruction each week. Special area classes include physical education, music and art.

Would you like to learn more?

CLICK HERE for the Parent-Student Handbook 2019-2020. An updated version may be requested at the school office.

CLICK HERE for the Grammar School Curriculum Guide

CLICK HERE for Tuition, Payment Options and Financial Aid.

Parents are welcome to visit the school, see the classroom and facilities, and observe a class in progress. If you would like to schedule a visit, please call our Grammar School Office Manager, Kathy Heeter at 443-512-0771 ext. 106 or by e-mail at Kathy.Heeter@ncpres.org