About This School
In 2010, Nazarene Christian School had 5 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Nazarene Christian School Reviews
My child started at Nazarene Christian School when the other daycare system he was in closed their doors with only a few days notice. NCS came recommended from a former employee at our other day care center. When we called the school we were immediately invited for a tour of the school and to meet with the administrator. My son was invited to play while we were given the tour. We were impressed with the classroom teacher/student ratio, and the fact there was a full size gym when weather was not conducive to outdoor play.
When he completed preschool we kept him at Nazarene in the elementary/middle school. He has now been at NCS for six years total. He is receiving an excellent education and the cost is very affordable compared to other private Christian schools. The teacher's get to know the student's strengths and weaknesses, and they help them excel to the best of each student's ability and willingness to learn.
He has also attended summer camp and after care there since he completed the preschool system. We love NCS and feel it is worth every penny we have spent there.
For Pre-school I needed temporary care. After contacting several area pre-schools and being turned down because my child would not be full time, I contacted Nazarene Christian School (NCS). Not only was I informed they would love to have my child on a part-time basis, I was invited to come and visit. I was thoroughly impress on how happy the children were and the care they received.
My child has now been there five years. He is now in the Elementary school. After considering aftercare programs in the public shool system, NCS did not cost much more than the public school aftercare costs. With small class sizes, the teachers and staff really get to know the children and care for them. I could not have asked for a better school.