New Testament Christian School Announces Fall 2013 Registration
Shadow Day to be held Feb. 13.
New Testament Christian School is now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year for students entering pre-kindergarten (age 3), kindergarten, elementary and high school.
New Testament Christian School offers Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs with after care available. Families with children who turn 3 before Oct. 1 will be able to apply for a limited number of spaces in half- or full-day sections on two days of the week beginning this coming September. Options are also available for 4 year-olds, including half- or full-day sessions three days a week or full-days five days of the week. Class size is limited; call the school office for details and to schedule a visit.
Children in the early education program will learn about their world through multi-sensory experiences and grow and develop academically, spiritually, socially and emotionally. In addition to the academic program, students will receive instruction in Spanish, computer, language arts, mathematics, fine arts, Bible, library skills, physical education and weekly clubs. All students entering school must provide proof of immunization prior to the enrollment.
Applications are also being accepted for the school’s entire program including grades 1 through grade 12. An upper school Shadow Day is planned for Feb. 13 for students in grades 7 through 11. Visiting students will experience student life while exploring the options of a Christian education. Visiting students must pre-register with the school office. Shadow Day forms may be downloaded from the website. Shadow Days are available throughout the school year for all grade levels. Financial assistance is also available.
New Testament Christian School is a college prepatory, co-education day school providing a Christian education to students in the greater Norton, Taunton, Attleboro, Brockton and surrounding areas. Current graduates of the school are now attending Stonehill College, Eastern University, Simmons College, Northeastern, University of Massachusetts Boston & Dartmouth, Liberty University, Wheaton College, Franklin Pierce University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston Baptist College and Bridgewater State University.