Distinctive since 1951

Securing Today and Advancing Tomorrow

Our legacy of stewardship and support by individuals who care deeply about Christian education has continued since our inception. Our community has been strengthened by those who generously give of their time, talent, and financial resources. The Lynn campus additions and the Beverly Preschool bathroom and the classroom wood floors were built by the hands of parents and volunteers. There are countless other examples of friends of the school who saw a need and filled it. That spirit of generosity still exists with the school’s alumni, friends, and donors who play an active role in sustaining our growth and advancing our mission. We value that partnership and are encouraged by their trust as we see the fruit of their investment in the lives of our students. We invite you to join us in supporting a quality Christian education for our diverse student population.

Ways to make a donation:
Mail a check
– payable to North Shore Christian School. Write “donation” in the memo line.
Donate onlineDonate to NSCS
Stocks/planned givingDonate Stock To North Shore Christian School
Matching gifts – contact our Business Office, if your company will match charitable contributions
Estate gifts – leave a legacy. Name North Shore Christian School as an heir in your will or as a charitable beneficiary on your IRA or retirement/pension account.
Volunteer – Donate your time as a volunteer, mentor or classroom contributor by contacting our Development Office at development@nschristian.org.
Passive Fundraisinglearn more here.

Download Annual Report 2017-2018
Download Annual Report 2016-2017

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We are grateful to Old Neighborhood Foods, Platinum Sponsor, and Kowalsky Insurance, Gold Sponsor of North Shore Christian School.                                                          


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Quick Facts Quick Facts

  • Founded in 1951
  • Preschool through Grade 8
  • Size: Over 250 students, 29 faculty and 8 Administrators on 3 campuses
  • Average Class Size: 12
  • Communities Represented: 25
  • Racially & Economically Diverse
  • Students receiving financial aid: 74%
  • STEM Science Curriculum
  • Academic Support and enrichment
  • Athletics
  • 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.