Academic Philosophy

The New Life Christian Academy & Pre provides both academic and Christian training to all students. We believe in putting God first in all that we do, therefore each morning begins with devotion and training from the Word of God. Although the remainder of the day is devoted to academic training, the environment is always one of Christian love. We believe that we are called to raise and prepare the next generation for the purpose in which God has made them. Our goal is to see that each student reaches his or her maximum potential. Our school provides a wide variety of curricula for students.

The Curriculum

New Life Christian Academy uses the A-BEKA, Alpha Omega & Prentice Hall curricula, which are geared towards college-bound students. Junior & Seniors have the opportunity to participate in the Dual-Credit program, with Fayetteville Technical College, to receive college credit before graduating from high school.


Applying to universities is a critical point of personal transition, and we strive to help students through that process beginning with the 9th grade and culminating with your child attending the University of his or her choice.  Each year, high school students are taken on campus tours to have a better understanding of university life and the criteria that must be met to achieve academic success at an advanced level.
At the New Life Christian Academy & Preparatory School, both administration and teachers aid in the university counseling process for students. We advise students on scholarship opportunities and explore the best opportunities for each student.

Honor Code and Pledge

New Life Christian Academy & Preparatory School has the following honor code:
"I will not lie, cheat or steal, nor tolerate anyone who does. All assignments, including homework, papers, quizzes, and tests should have the following signed pledge at the bottom.
I pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized help during this assignment; nor observed any other student violating the honor code."
All students are required to comply with the honor code and pledge.

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