21-22 Enrollment Open!
It is hard to believe that we are already so close to the end of this school year and beginning to plan for next. As I write this, the band is practicing “Pomp and Circumstance.” We are so thankful for each of our students and their families. It is a joy to greet them in the hallways and have them in our classrooms each day. Every one of them brings something unique to our student body.
Enrollment for the 21-22 school year officially begins this week. Next school year marks the 49th year of NBCS, and we would love to have you be a part of it. The past 49 years have been possible because God has blessed and provided for the school and for many families since 1973. We look forward to His plan for NBCS for next year.
At their February meeting, the school board voted to maintain current tuition for Kindergarten through eighth grade for the 2021-22 school year. Even so, I know that it can been overwhelming to look at the cost of tuition and commit to paying that, especially if you are multiplying it by two or three students. My husband and I face that every year. It has been a blessing to watch God provide month by month so that our children could be part of NBCS and Berean and now Cedarville University as well.
At NBCS, we do not want finances to ever be the reason that a student does not attend. If this is a concern for your family, please plan to complete a Financial Ed Grant application when they are sent early this summer.
I believe that Christian education is worth the cost. NBCS is here to provide a Christ-centered education while supporting the biblical life principles that families are instilling in their children. When you consider the intentionally crafted education and the love generously given by our staff, you will also find that Christian education is an investment worth making.
Mrs. Sharon Regier
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