Our challenging curriculum guides students to achieve their God-given potential and prepares them for a life of leadership and service to their communities and to the Lord.

Spiritual Life
Outward : Serve

Acts 1:8, “… you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

Service Projects

Throughout the year, New Covenant’s students from K4 through 12th grade serve within the school, the local community, and further afield through service projects and high school mission trips.

Mission Trips

These trips are a highlight of the school year for New Covenant’s high school students. During a designated week in May, freshmen serve in our local community (“our Jerusalem”), sophomores head to the Pennsylvania Poconos to assist a Christian camp (“our Judea”), juniors and seniors serve further afield – western Pennsylvania, out-of-state or out-of-country (“the end of the earth”).

Mentoring Ministry

This Ministry began in 2013 as a way to encourage and support students in a one-on-one basis.  Students may request a mentor or be recommended by a teacher or administration to participate in this ministry. A student mentee is paired with a volunteer staff member or student mentor of the same gender. Students have mentors for a wide variety of reasons: personal, academic, or just a time to talk to someone. 

Our student mentors are Junior and Senior volunteers who must apply and be accepted to participate in this ministry. Student mentors attend monthly meetings with the Spiritual Life Director for training, equipping, and group support.


How do we know what God wants us to do? By learning more about Him and what He tells us in His Word – the Bible. By providing opportunities to hear, memorize, and meditate on the Word of God, we will learn more about Him, what Christ has done for us, and how to be more like Him.
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Jesus Christ gave us the best example while He was on this earth – eyes open to see the needs of others and hands ready to help. Our motivation to help others should be born out of a sincere desire to show Christ’s love to others just as He showed it to us.
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Prayer & Worship

Having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ should be the most important relationship we have. At NCCS, we want to help students learn how to and provide opportunities for them to communicate with our loving Savior throughout their day.
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