To cite someone is to praise someone for an outstanding performance.
It is our intent to carefully watch our students in all areas of campus life:
academics, music, art, drama, athletic, and others—and then
celebrate their accomplishments with you through Eagle Citings.
Bitter cold and a reluctant instructor do not deter Danna Griffin from serving the indigent and homeless. NCS freshman Danna Griffin has a heart for the destitute and disadvantaged, and neither rain, nor snow, nor even reluctant instructors will deter her from responding to the call to serve—as Mike McPherson discovered when she approached him about doing a homeless project this spring. Click here for MORE.
The Eaglet has arrived READ ALL ABOUT IT!
An ambitious mob of media moguls (actually a small group of 3rd, 4th and 5th graders) have written, designed, and now published their first monthly newspaper. Click here and read all about it. Click here for MORE.
NCS Student/Athlete signs with College and MORE!
Last week NCS Senior Kendall Shea Lewis signed with Centre College. This NCS student/athlete will get an academic scholarship and play basketball for this prestigious Kentucky College. Click here for MORE.
Teacher uncovers student’s gift through technology. Everyone's handwriting is different--as unique as a fingerprint; we are told by hand writing experts. It expresses a lot about the author--IF you can read it. Some handwriting is unreadable and can impede an important message or frustrate a gifted student. Zach Sneed is such a student, and can speak (and now write) volumes about this subject. CLICK HERE, learn more about Zach and his gift.
NCS Student/athlete signs with college, receives academic scholarship, but there is more! Click here for MORE.
The Eaglet has arrived READ ALL ABOUT IT! An ambitious mob of media moguls (actually a small group of 3rd, 4th and 5th graders) have written, designed, and now published their first monthly edition of The Eaglet: a NCS student newspaper that will cover elementary, middle, and high school events. Click here and read all about it.
NCS Sophomore Laura Pickard wants to “mix it up” with other teens on Saturday, April 19 at Rocketown. On that day over 30 talented teenage singers and bands from Nashville and across the U.S. will join together to perform in the Rally Rumble Music Festival—an event that is formed by teens to help put an end to Childhood Cancer! Click here for a letter from Laura that tells you more about this worthwhile fundraiser.
Local children found working on an assembly Line. Enslaved by their compassion for our wounded heroes, NCS students lined up to make over a 1000 Valentines (1,081 to be exact) for United States Veterans. Click here for the rest of the story.
NCS Sophomore COMPETES for the State Wrestling Title!
It’s a THREE-PEAT! Congratulations to the NCS Middle School Boys Basketball team for winning the GNAC tournament! Click here for the rest of the story. Click the following to learn the inside story about what makes these young men a team: Part 1 / Credo! Part 2 / Failure can be a good teacher.
In this pageant beauty radiates from the inside out. Nashville Christian's own Emily Batty, was awarded the World's Universal Beauty title in San Marcos, Texas. Click here for the rest of the story.
NCS Students Support Wounded Warriors.
NCS Artists Make Good. Monya Nikahd’s, Abbey Johnson’s, and Seth Reynolds’ work was recognized at the Scholastic Art Awards Ceremony at Cheekwood this past Saturday. Click here for the rest of the story.
Last Wednesday, Trent Mueller, a senior from Nashville Christian School, was awarded the Annual Hancock-Nipper Sportsmanship Award. Click here for the rest of the story.
Eagles Bring Home the Hardware! Nashville Christian Wrestlers Gregory Williams and Willie Shane put a hold on some medals from the Creek Wood Wrestling Invitational. Click here for the rest of the story.
A FIRST for Nashville Christian School! MacKenzie Lee will make history; she will be the first NCS student/ athlete to represent our school in the TSSAA State Bowling Tournament. Click here for the rest of the story.
An Eagle leaves his mark on campus.
NCS Student Awarded Talent
and Presidential Scholarships.
Nashville Christian School Football Team
is Recognized by District Opponents.
Book Buddies 4 Life
The NCS golf teams (boys and girls)
are in full swing as they prepare for
the district tournament
NCS Teacher Selected as Project Manager
for a National Research Writing Project.
NCS Students and Staff are
RAPP’N, ROCK’N & STEPP’N OUT
NCS Eagles are Soaring Again!
3 NCS Students Earn Recognition
2013 Scholastic Art Award Recipients
Emily Mynatt was selected as Youth of the Month
NCS senior awarded the
Hancock-Nipper Sportsmanship Award!
Three Eagles were named to the
2012 ALL-STATE FOOTBALL TEAM
2 Nashville Christian School Art Students
Earn Thousands for Hang Ups and Cutouts.
Elementary Students Bring it on Game Day!
NCS Students design recognized among the BEST!
ALL District Honors Awarded to 4 Eagles!
Another Eagle Accepts a Scholarship
2011-12 Lady Eagles Basketball Team Unplugged
Two Eagles Accept Athletic Scholarships
Kudos Continue for Monya Nikahd
"Walking the Walk" trumps "Talking the Talk"
with the Assistant Coach Jason Embry, Seniors
Lee Dreaden &Corey Givens, and their team.
Seniors Anna Abbott and Addy Dillon and
the Lady Eagles Basketball Team
Leave it all on the floor.
NCS Athletes Honored at
The Annual District Football Awards Ceremony
NCS Students Awarded at the
Cheekwood - Scholastic Art Show
Middle School Students to Represent NCS
at County Competition
2011 Spiritual Retreat / Capturing the Memories
NCS Student Recognized / Hunter Kinslow
NCS Soccer Players Persevere and Sacrifice
to Build and Expand Their Sport