- Founded in 1951
- Preschool through Grade 8
- Size: 210 students, 29 faculty and 8 Administrators on 2 campuses
- Average Class Size: 12
- Communities Represented: 26
- Racially & Economically Diverse
- Students receiving financial aid: 45%
- STEM Science Curriculum
- Academic Support and enrichment
- Theatrical training and live performances
- Home-to-School Partnership
- Weekly Chapel and Bible instruction
- Before School and After School Care
- NSCS is pleased to house the Gordon College Graduate Education Orton-Gillingham Reading Clinic that provides free reading tutoring to qualifying NSCS and community students.
(Preschool thru Grade 6)
Families who live north of Rt. 128 may find our Beverly Campus the right fit. We are located within the Second Congregational Church at 35 Conant Street in Beverly, Massachusetts.
Our students live in Beverly, Hamilton, Wenham and other communities on the North Shore. Small classes offer each child the opportunity to learn under the close supervision and mentoring of gifted educators. Your child is known at our school. This attention and nurturing by caring, experienced, and passionate teachers are of the utmost importance during a child’s formative years.
Parents should never be forced to choose between a quality educational experience and meaningful spiritual development. At North Shore Christian School, we weave God’s truth through the curriculum. Our goal is to prepare our boys and girls with knowledge and skills for middle school while gaining an enduring understanding about life.
Monday, December 11, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
9am start time on the Beverly Campus this morning
Saturday, January 27, 2018
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Why a Christian Education at NSCS Matters
Christian education, particularly foundational, Christian education, is important because research suggests that most children form their worldview by the end of Middle School, approximately by the ag . . .
Third and Fourth Graders Have a Dream
During the month of February my class turned its attention to Black History
Month, as many around the nation also did. We spent time looking at one of the greatest
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