North Spencer Christian Academy stands for Bible-centered and Christ-centered approach to education. NSCA uses the A BEKA Books curriculum from Pensacola Christian Schools, Florida. The curriculum is traditional in approach. Reading is taught phonetically. Most of the textbooks used are either published by or recommended by A BEKA Books. Other sources are used when deemed appropriate by the Board. NSCA realizes the need to utilize secular materials in some cases in order to standardize academic work. The North Spencer Christian Academy accepts students of all denominations who demonstrate academic readiness and whose parents demonstrate a cooperative attitude with respect to our educational objectives. No student will be denied admission because of race, national origin, color, creed or sex. Parents do not need to be members of Bible Baptist Church to send their children to NSCA.
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