Lynn Campus

(Pre-K thru 8th grade)

It is our belief that setting and atmosphere play a major role in developing a positive learning environment. North Shore Christian School’s 3.7 acre Main campus is located in a well-established residential neighborhood in Lynn, near the Peabody town line, minutes from Interstate 95 and Routes 1, 1A and 128. Our recently expanded and renovated building supports the variety of programs we offer.

Quick Facts Quick Facts

  • 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
  • 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.

Upcoming Events

Coffee following Chapel

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
9:00 am - 9:30 am

Open House

Thursday, March 22, 2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Open House

Saturday, March 24, 2018
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Latest News

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STEM Saturday

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