"Quality Academics and Staff with Biblical Worldview and Outstanding Facilities"
Students enrolled 1430
Hours 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
School leader Dr. S. L. Sherrill
Transportation options None
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7300 Perry Creek Road
Raleigh, NC 27616

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4 stars
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May 25, 2014
Highly recommend this great school! We have had a wonderful experience with this amazing Christian school.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2014
Our daughter started at this school in the second grade. We were happy with the school and staff, or should we say blinded by the image of the outer layers. The problem like started in the middle school. Our kid was bullied, by not only students but also the staff. Our daughter was told she did not belong there due to her clothing.( just a trendy kid), and was told she was not holy enough. The staff and some of the other kids are extremely judgmental. This lasted for 2 years and then we decided to pull her out of the school. We are now going thru therapy with our daughter due to the damage this school has done. The staff here is so caught up in the image that they forgot what the school was supposed to be about. True people of faith I would like to think would not judge people based on clothes, hair, or income. As parents we regret the day we started our daughter here. If you are a student and are suffering here please have your parents read some of these reviews. If you are a parent and thinking about sending your child here please do some investigating on your own. Ask people in the community about the place. I have met so many people who have the same story as ours.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
nrca is probably the worst school ever created. Lack of effort from students to try and be nice. Racism is non stop. If you go to nrca expect to be made fun of for having one flaw. It has been the worst experience of my life. Teachers care if your shirt tale is tucked in but could care less if you are making fun of another kid or failing there class. honestly it is a waste of money and i would not recommend it to anyone. makes your child a weaker christian. Went there through middle school and had to leave in high school. It will drive you insane.

- submitted by a community member
March 19, 2014
I have been a student at this school for three years. The students at this school are very extreme. They are either kind and sweet, or vicious and backstabbing. From the first week I was enrolled, I was called names and made fun off consistently. There is SO much hypocrisy going on. Kids will nod, smile, and say the right things in Bible class, and then go and gossip, lie, cheat, and steal. The teacher quality is also spotty and inconsistent. Some of my teachers were awesome and made me want to pay attention and really learn about what they were saying. On the other hand, some teachers are absolutely TERRIBLE. The Bible department at NRCA is awful. While the teachers have the knowledge to teach Bible, they lack the empathy to effectively teach this sensitive subject. In general, the teachers are hypocritical, and don't have the ability to discern between hard-working students and suck ups. Additionally, the administration, while having some amazing staff members, has a general aura of self-righteousness. Basically, don't send your child here if they don't have a thick skin, high self-esteem, and are grounded in their faith.

- submitted by a community member
January 25, 2014
NRCA is a liberal's worse nightmare. The school is deeply rooted in faith and biblical principles. The parents are wealthy, married, college educated, Christian, and totally intolerant of the liberal agenda prevalent in Wake County Public Schools. I'm so blessed that I can send all three of my kids to this school. I love it and I love being totally insulated from liberal public school politics.

- submitted by a parent
January 23, 2014
NRCA is an outstanding school that has provided a biblically, challenging education for my children. I have a graduate of NRCA and she is doing outstanding in her college courses due to the dedicated teachers that prepared her. I highly recommend this school and thank the administration for following the mission and vision of the school.

- submitted by a parent
January 22, 2014
Talk to parents who have been here awhile. Watered down curriculum provides little to no challenge to students academically. Biblical teaching is to the far right extreme- fundamental and authoritative - truly turns children and parents away from embracing God's word. We need to have our children enrolled in a school that will prepare them well for college and life. NRCA is not accomplishing this and we will not return next year.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2014
They played music in chapel with axis like miley cyrus, pit bull, and kesha . It was really fun!

- submitted by a community member
December 10, 2013
I have 1 child at this school and I'm ready to put my 2 other children in this fantastic school. The teachers are very accepting and the education is awesome. They believe the Bible and teach it. Most teaachers keep to the basic points of salvation in Christ so the kids can feel free to worship in their own churches without any judgement of style etc. Love it!

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
Tremendous school, with outstanding resources and teachers. No school is perfect but NRCA is tough to beat. What makes this school different his the quality and level of involvement of the parents. We're blessed to have all 3 kids here. I do wish they had an accelerated or gifted program for the truly academically gifted children.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2013
North Raleigh Christian Academy has been a true blessing to our family academically, relationally and spiritually. Academically, our children have been challenged to pursue excellence and reach for new heights in each of their subjects. Relationally, they have been guided in the long process of developing good, solid, healthy relationships that not only reflect the love of Christ but include respect and genuine care and concern for their well being. Spiritually, they have been challenged to stand firm in what they believe, share Christ with others in a loving, non-confirtational way and make it a daily commitment to do everything to please Christ. Our family is grateful for the impact the administration, faculty and staff has on our children and pray the Lord will continue to bless the school and their teacher's classrooms!

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2013
Our family has been blessed by the NRCA teachers, staff, coaches, and administration. One of the reasons for our choice is that the school has definite standards of conduct and academic rigor. It is clearly communicated and every effort is made to be as consistent as possible. We have appreciated the biblical principles of accountability and good conduct. Our expectations have been met and our children are thriving. We look forward to great things for our children and are thankful for the assistance NRCA provides. Blessings to all that make it such a success and afford our children such wonderful experiences. In fact, our son is on the Grandfather Mountain trip today. and our daughter leaves for Atlanta on Friday. As you can see, we highly recommend NRCA to all our friends.

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2013
We had 2 children in NRCA. We removed them after middle school even though they had attended NRCA since k-5. We will not return our kids to NRCA. Like any school NRCA has good and bad attributes but it was time to move the kids when the bad outweighed the good. There are many wonderful teachers at NRCA who have blessed our kids lives, however the administration of the school is holding the school back and their policies and Pharisee like behavior is not the Christianity we want our children to see. NRCA is very concerned with image over the heart of children. The version of Christianity that is embodied by administration and some others does not reach 90% of the student body and instead turns kids off to a relationship with God. NRCA will tell you that financial struggles are the reason most people leave. This is not true and if you are considering the school we urge you to speak with many current and former families to get a true sense of the school before enroll ing. There is no doubt that if a competing school existed that had NRCAs facilities and price point, a least 60% of the families would leave.

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2013
It is hard to believe another year has gone by for our students at NRCA. Our oldest will be entering Middle School at NRCA and our youngest will continue in elementary. What can I say? NRCA has great teachers who care. My children continue to have a wonderful experience. Each are excited to be at school. Not only do we have great academics, but the Bible classes and chapels challenge our children spiritually. What a joy to see our belief in God extended to the school. I know my children are safe spiritually and physically. That is a blessing! My oldest is looking forward to becoming involved in sports. How pleased we were to see our children's test scores at the end of the year. They continue to grow and thrive in this wonderful and challenging environment. I want to praise the elementary for the monthly character traits that have been emphasized in chapel over the years. These have been incredibly impactful on my children. We continue to highly recommended NRCA if you are looking for a strong academic environment where Christ is honored and firm but loving discipline is administered. We are at peace every day with our children at NRCA. Thank you to the NRCA staff!

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2013
NRCA has long been the number one choice among all private and Christian schools in Wake county and surrounding areas. At 1430 students, NRCA has a reputation for strong academics, outstanding fine arts, and championship athletics in a Christ-centered environment. The academic rigor is evident when you see the achievement tests batteries for kindergarten through ninth grade that are above average with stanines of 7 to 9. The average SAT score for the Class of 2012 was 1159, 148 points above the national average. The top 25% scored 1330 and the top 10% of scored 1390. The Class of 2012 was offered $3,669,268 in college merit scholarships with 71% of the merit recipients earning $50,000 or greater, several in six figures. Of the sixteen graduation classes and 1,064 graduates from 1997-2012, 97% have attended colleges and universities with 99% of the Class of 2012 attending. Over $24 million in scholarships have been offered to NRCA graduates since 1997. NRCA graduates have attended more than 129 different colleges and universities. NRCA offers 13 AP (Advanced Placement) classes and 30 honors classes. NRCA will give your child the best in education, a Kingdom education.

- submitted by a teacher
April 11, 2013
I spent all four years of high school at this school. The academics are very good compared to local public schools. The rules for students are absurd. If a certain teacher does not like you, they can give you a detention at their discretion with no question by administration, leaving no defense for the student. Administration says the school is non-denominational, but there is a strong stench of southern baptist. Administration is very hell-stone and brim fire-ish. I did have some good teachers but the bad teachers outweighed the good. Some of the good teachers left after the 2012 school year. As parents have stated, there are difficulties coming into this school later than elementary school. Most moms are stay-at-home moms and have very little else to do besides living vicariously through their children. Parents were more involved in cliques than the students it seemed. Students here tend to be very sheltered and do not know how to handle the freedom and culture shock of college. I have seen many fellow alumni go crazy when they taste the freedom of college. In conclusion, my parents and I both agree that if we could go back we would change schools. 2 stars due to academics.

- submitted by a community member
March 30, 2013
I am a student from this school, and I know what it is really like. It's awful. I regret everyday I wake up and go to this wasteland. The education is very biased, and teachers grade on opinions. Hypocrisy is fluent throughout the staff and student body. Students are backstabbing and cruel. I have been outcasted and called many names for my personal beliefs and physical features I cannot help. Don't get me wrong, there are a few good students and teachers here that actually care. They are few and far between. Don't come here. Don't waste your money. Once you get sucked in, it's nearly impossible to leave.The administratives have been making drastic changes lately, but that is just because they need more people to stay so they can finance a lavish vacation or make a down payment on a new house. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME, MONEY, OR SANITY.

- submitted by a community member
March 21, 2013
This my first year experiencing NRCA. At first it seemed the teachers would not be accepting of him for reasons but academically he is growing. Their curriculum is set and isn't flexible for different levels. Some teachers have one style of teaching which could be broadened. How parent involvement depends on the parent being pro-active for their child and not accepting the failure of some teachers not wanting to respond. Our family has not had much of a problem with communication because we look for it and expect it. As with any school there are many great teachers. Teachers are human beings. Our concerns have been addressed. Elementary level could have higher expectancies but middle school has plenty of homework. NO school is perfect. As a parent you have to know what your expectations are and reach for them. They are strict about things but have recently down graded their dress rules. Overall, I can't say much negative about the school. Academics are there. Parent involvement is what parents put out. My one negative is that other than sports and the arts there are no after school activities for the students. Don't rely on the opinion of one person.

- submitted by a community member
March 05, 2013
We have the greatest appreciation for NRCA having had two of our children graduate from this great institution. Both were actively engaged in academics and athletics at NRCA. The academic challenge was outstanding. The balance of academics with age appropriateness was appreciated in elementary and middle school. The honors and AP classes on the high school level rival any of the schools in the area. The scholarship dollars they received for college were significant. They have been actively engaged in alumni activities since graduation. They love returning to visit with their teachers and attend Homecoming and Alumni Weekend events. NRCA has a tried and proven record for balance and excellence between academics, fine arts, and athletics and allow students to have a life as well. More importantly, the school is an extension of our values. Our daughters have been able to defend their faith and they love Jesus and the USA. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! We could not have had a better partner in the education of our children. We highly recommend NRCA. No school is perfect but NRCA comes close.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2013
This is our child's first year at NRCA (upper elementary) and while we are pleased academically, we are discouraged by how unwelcoming both the parents and students have been to our family. If you start school here in kindergarten then you will likely be happy but don't expect a warm welcome if you enter later. The parents are nice enough but they do not try to get to know you or let you get to know them. And sadly that is the same attitude that their children reflect. Admissions let us down because they indicated a buddy would be assigned to our child to help him become acclimated and meet people and he never received that companion. Unsure if we will return next year.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2012
We are enjoying our eighth year at this wonderful Christian school. Our children have thrived spiritually, academically, and mentally. The staff is top-notch and take the time to listen to our children. Every opportunity is made available to our children in extra-curricular activities: you can choose from a variety of sports and fine arts activities. This school is a God-send with a God-story behind it. We highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2012
My family is very pleased with this school. We just moved from another state and our children always attended private schools. Our children love the school. They are challenged. The staff and teachers are wonderful. They are always kind, and the teachers are very loving to the children. I highly recommend this school if you want your children to be challenged and want a great Christian environment. We are blessed to have our three children attend this school.

- submitted by a parent
September 29, 2012
I have thoroughly enjoyed me experiences at NRCA. I am so thankful that the Lord called me to this ministry. Every year my heart is blessed to see the Lord working in students lives. It is truly an honor to be a part of NRCA and the fulfillment of Luke 2:52 in students lives that they might grow physically, academically, spiritually, and socially all for the glory of God.

- submitted by a teacher
September 01, 2012
Not pleased with the culture of judgemental attitudes and average one-paced education evident currently.. After two years at NRCA, we didn't return this year.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2012
My three children are all graduates of NRCA. They were well-prepared for college. We were appreciative of the scholarship dollars two of them received. Each of them have different memories because they were engaged in different activities. Two loved the sports and opportunities it gave them. One was a lover of the arts and have a great time in the theater program. Two have graduated from college and are doing well. One will graduate next year. We have nothing but good memories and thankful hearts for what NRCA meant to our family. It was a great choice for us.

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2012
I have been been at NRCA since its 1996 beginning. The founding superintendent has sought to provide the very best in academics, fine arts, and athletics, always integrating into every program the biblical principles of God s Word so that we not only teach students how to make a living but how to make a life. Having test scores 3 to 4 years above the national average, thousands of dollars in college scholarships for our graduates, 100% graduation rates, and 100% college acceptance rates speak for the Academy s success academically. Over 71% of the class of 2012 received $50,000 or more in college scholarships. The superintendent is engaged with students, student activities, particularly with the senior class on their trips to New York and Europe. At the request of his teachers, a number of years ago, he has planned adult trips every three years for his staff and the school family. As I have personally experienced, these trips have been beneficial educationally and relationally. Under his leadership, it has been a great place for the education of my own child and to work as a team in this ministry of Kingdom education. I highly recommend NRCA due to its leadership and staff.

- submitted by a teacher
August 20, 2012
Our daughter graduated from North Raleigh Christian Academy several years ago. She received an excellent education academically, biblically, culturally and socially. The faculty and administration are an outstanding group of gifted and talented educators who care deeply about preparing each student for the next academic chapter of their lives. Students are not only taught how to make a living but also how to make a life. Our daughter was on the Dean's List for all four years at one of the state's leading universities. One of her favorite memories was the senior trip to Europe. The superintendent planned the trip and travelled with the students teaching and inspiriing each student as they toured the major historic sites in England, France and Italy. His involvement and genuine concern for each student has been a blessing to our family.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2012
It is sad that NRCA provides an environment of such exclusivity in which non-evangelicals are not accepted or allowed to thrive. The focus is on a very fundamentalist set of rules enforced by a superintendent that is very self-absorbed. Children are taught to judge others and exposed to a limited knowledge base that creates a "culture shock" situation when entering a college environment. Incredibly strict regulations also cause students to acquire a lack of respect for authority figures that are no more lenient to seniors than to kindergarteners.

- submitted by a community member
July 02, 2012
Too bad I can't leave this school a zero star rating. I don't know where to start, teachers nor principals won't return calls, issues with bullying my child. She won't be re-enrolling agian next year!

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2012
We have been overall very pleased with this school. We have 2 children in the elementary school. So I can only speak to that curriculum. We have had concerns about the "in the box" and the lack of creativity in the teaching. They teach to one type of child.....above average (not AG) and don't offer anything for those that are AG. The facilities are top notch, the teachers all seem caring and when we take our kids...we feel good about the environment in which they are learning. The kingdom education is a bonus for us!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2012
North Raleigh was a true answer to prayer for our family. This is our second year there. We feel our child is challenged in a very positve way to excel in everything she does. She is taught to think about what she processes and to use her resources to help her. The teaching staff has organized me as a parent to keep up with all that is going on. With the hard passing of a family member, they could not have loved our family more. They really go over and beyond to care for people and care enough to train them in all aspects of life with excellence. When I volunteer, I am so encouraged every week to see the level of learning deepening. I have an undergrad and master's degree in education. I use to teach in the public school and this is exceptional. They really do education well and strive to do it better every day! VERY pleased!

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2012
We are so glad that we chose this school for our kids. It really feels like a community. The school really is an extension of our home as far as beliefs and values go. NRCA is really high-tech with their services and tools. We can go online at anytime and see our kids' homework assignments and grades. The teachers have the ability to leave comments with the grades as well. Anytime I've emailed a teacher, I've received a response very promptly. NRCA is also a member of the National Junior Honor Society which is a plus for our Middle Schooler. The students place 2-3 grade years higher than the grade they're in on standardized testing. This will certainly help prepare our kids for college. The drama/fine arts and athletic programs are stellar as well. Our kids are even more polite and respectful since they've been attending NRCA. As parents, we feel privileged to have our children going to school here. It's truly a postiive learning environment devoid of any distractions. There's a strict dress code- if I could change anything I'd like to see them implement uniforms (would be much easier). Most teachers have post Bachelor's Degree educations.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2012
This school TERRIBLE! As a divorced parent, this school has gone out of their way to make me feel unwelcome, to exclude me from my child's curriculum, to make sure I do not receive school work, to not update me on academic progress of my child. My child is bullied constantly at this school. There seems to be no concern from the teachers on this matter. I highly DO NOT recommend it.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2012
NRCA prepared our academically-oriented daughter for her time at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill academically and spiritually. The strength of character and integrity taught at NRCA enhanced her biblical worldview and the depth of NRCA's academics served her well in such a highly competitive environment. It was apparent that the teachers were not committed to a job but to the success of their students. Our daughter grew academically, spiritually, and socially into the fine young lady, wife, and now mother she is. Thank you NRCA for joining hands with us as parents in making a difference in our daughter's life. It was very instrumental to the future she now enjoys. As parents, we truly experienced a Kingdom education.

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2012
Basic education does not teach kids how to think, but directs what they are told to think. Back stabbing and bullying environment does not speak to a Christian emphasis. We won't return next year.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2012
Our daughter was in Wake County Public School from K-5. She wasn't challenged academically until her 5th grade year when she was lucky to get a very caring and involved teacher. We chose NRCA after realizing that so many kids at her current and future WCPSS assignment were failing which would certainly take teacher's attention away from students who were high scorers. We had heard NRCA has "tons of homework" and that our child would experience "super conservative- unrealistic biblical teachings." Homework- yes, it's more than we experienced in WCPSS, but it's manageable and our daughter hasn't complained one time. She enjoys what she's learning and has 1-2hrs/night. Yes, there is some weekend homework, but again, not a big deal. Biblical teachings are perfectly reasonable and appreciated by our daughter and by us as well. She participated in a sport and had an amazing coach and dedicated training team to help her through her first sports-related injury. There has been ZERO drama at this school which is a HUGE relief. Our daughter was bullied at her former school and it really dampened her spirit. She's truly thriving here and the price is well below the local average.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2012
This is our first year at NRCA and now half way through, we couldn't be more pleased! We have three kids there -- two in middle and one in elementary. We came from a local charter school and choose NRCA for its Christian aspect, wonderful performing arts and athletic programs, as well as its high standards for academics. We feel very blessed to be at NRCA! It is well worth the money and other sacrifices that go along with a private school.

- submitted by a parent
December 20, 2011
One of our kindergarten teachers would hardly speak to us. We felt as if she were withholding information about the progress of our child in the class.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2011
After completing our first year at NRCA, we are very pleased with the curriculum, assignments, teachers, administration, and, yes, the fabulous campus. I can speak to the Middle School curriculum. It is challenging and rigorous. The additional bonus of Bible Study and daily prayer completes the package. We chose NRCA over two of the other highly rated private schools in the area and feel that the education provided is comparable to those schools at a fraction of the cost. Perhaps that is why NRCA has been able to expand and accommodate the multi-year waiting list of students applying to NRCA. We feel fortunate as a family to be able to send our children to NRCA.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2011
My son has been attending NRCA for the past 2 years coming from another Christian school in the area. If you are looking for a GOOD, no-nonsence educational experience for your child, NRCA is the place. I consider the Biblical teaching an dadded bonus. I especially like the spirit of excellence that is carried throughout the entire school from the bricks and motar to the Administrator, Faculty and staff. Special shout out to Mrs. Dial who is ALWAYS courteous and helpful to EVERYONE.

- submitted by a parent
December 18, 2010
Excellent Kingdom Education! It is a good sacrifice to send our son there, but have given up so many things, that is so worth it! We just want him to have the best education. Teachers and staff are friendly. Our son has attendend this school since kindergarten and is now in 3rd grade!

- submitted by a parent
December 06, 2010
We love NRCA. We were able to return this year after being in public school for one year. We are so glad to be back. I don't know what public school the other poster was referencing, but academically there is no match! My children are much more happy and are actually being challenged academically. Teachers and students were glad to see my children back and diversity has improved. This is not a school for "show" or the wealthy. Everyone is welcome and respected.

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2010
Where's the education? Watered down instruction lacks challenge and skill. My child could have learned more in public school. A lot of show with little educational substance.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
NRCA is an awesome school! The teachers and staff are warm and loving and encourage the students towards outstanding performance. The fine arts department is excellent and every child gets the opportunity to explore many extra-curricular activities. Our son has achieved national test scores in the 98 percentile for the past few years he has attended - so we are confident he is receiving an excellent education. The most important thing is the Christian values and atmosphere is genuine - not just stated on admissions forms. We love it and are proud to a member of the school community!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 18, 2010
The teacher did not hardly speak to me .The people that seem to have the most money are favored.This school is a lot of show .

- submitted by a parent
April 18, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
no rating May 24, 2009
this is an incredible school! my daughter has attended NRCA for 5yrs and loves every day she is there! they have an incredible award winnig theatre that any one with an child intrested in the fine arts must check out!

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2008
My son has attended NRCA since Kindergarten and we have been thrilled with the school. The teachers all take a personal interest in him and have all taken the time to get to know him and our family. Academically the school is excellent and the facilities are top notch. We are anxious to see the changes that will come with the new expansion and the addition of the new lower school and the addition of Lacrosse and Wrestling to their athetic program. Apply early because it's not easy to get in. They get a lot of applications and no one leaves so it can be hard to get in at higher grades.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2008
Awesome education, environment and focus. I would not change anything except the lack of opening for my 2 additional children.

- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2005
My son has attended NRCA for the past 2 years and absolutely loves it! His teachers have all been kind and loving and have taken a personal interest in him as a student. The academic program is top notch and the fine arts program is is like no other. If you have a budding actor/actress in your family, this is the place to be. The facilities are only 3 years young and are the best of the best. Everything about the school is touched with excellence. The Christian atmosphere is probably the most important element to this school. How refreshing to send children to a place where they pray for kids who are out sick and memorize bible verses. You can't go wrong with NRCA!

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NRCA is a college-preparatory institution that is distinctly Christian where we seek to education the whole child (Luke 2:52): academically, physically, spiritually, and socially, so they will not only know how to make a living, but they will know how to make a life. Our students are prepared to impact their society for Christ; they aspire to be world-changers.

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North Raleigh Christian Academy
7300 Perry Creek Road, Raleigh, NC  27616
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