New Covenant Christian Academy

★★★★★
  • 315 W 7th St

    Plainfield, NJ 07060

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  • 908-756-3322

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New Convenant suspended operations for the 13/14 school year. If the Degenestes reopen a school, avoid it. They can not be trusted with the education or children. They are trying to raise funds, and find a location,

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New Convenant suspended operations for the 13/14 school year. If the Degenestes reopen a school, avoid it. They can not be trusted with the education or children. They are trying to raise funds, and find a location,

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My kid went there for several years. I was happy with it, he was always on the honor roll. I switched because his test scores were not good enough. .

When we got to Catholic school, which is cheaper by the way, I found that he was missing some language arts and science concepts. His new classmates were more advanced. Luckily, he was able to catch on quickly. He worked hard to get 85s to 99.

In comparison, the Piscattaway Public, and Catholic curriculums are more challenging. My public school neighbors grades were not as good, but their test scores were better. NCCA does not adequately prepare kids for the tests. They do not offer practice. His Catholic school's curriculum have sample test questions everywhere. NCCA's curriculum are not compatible with the Stamford, Terra Nova, or NJ tests.

NCCA curriculum is not in compliance with NJ educational guidelines. You will get strong basic skills. But after 1st grade, you will definitely need to change. The math in 1st 2nd and 3rd was strong in computation, poor in problem solving. .

The teachers tried to supplement what they were given. However, the 2 grade classroom made that effort difficult.

NCCA taught discipline. I can do that for free at home!. Do not be impressed with red vests and manners.

The longer school day is an educational fad. This is not good for the children. Even though it lessened my need to pay for aftercare.

Academically, NCCA leaves a lot to be desired.

If the choice is Plainfield Public schools or NCCA, then choose NCCA. If your choise is Piscattaway, South Plainfiled, Dunellen, or Cranford schools, go with Public. By the way, most of their students live in these areas. Many have left over the years. Now that we are gone, several parents told me they left because of the curriculum.

Highly disappointed in academic results. Happy with the morals and manners they reinforced.

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My kid went there for several years. I was happy with it, he was always on the honor roll. I switched because his test scores were not good enough. .

When we got to Catholic school, which is cheaper by the way, I found that he was missing some language arts and science concepts. His new classmates were more advanced. Luckily, he was able to catch on quickly. He worked hard to get 85s to 99.

In comparison, the Piscattaway Public, and Catholic curriculums are more challenging. My public school neighbors grades were not as good, but their test scores were better. NCCA does not adequately prepare kids for the tests. They do not offer practice. His Catholic school's curriculum have sample test questions everywhere. NCCA's curriculum are not compatible with the Stamford, Terra Nova, or NJ tests.

NCCA curriculum is not in compliance with NJ educational guidelines. You will get strong basic skills. But after 1st grade, you will definitely need to change. The math in 1st 2nd and 3rd was strong in computation, poor in problem solving. .

The teachers tried to supplement what they were given. However, the 2 grade classroom made that effort difficult.

NCCA taught discipline. I can do that for free at home!. Do not be impressed with red vests and manners.

The longer school day is an educational fad. This is not good for the children. Even though it lessened my need to pay for aftercare.

Academically, NCCA leaves a lot to be desired.

If the choice is Plainfield Public schools or NCCA, then choose NCCA. If your choise is Piscattaway, South Plainfiled, Dunellen, or Cranford schools, go with Public. By the way, most of their students live in these areas. Many have left over the years. Now that we are gone, several parents told me they left because of the curriculum.

Highly disappointed in academic results. Happy with the morals and manners they reinforced.

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My child attend this school for several years. Because of the Principals' personality, I switched to a Catholic School. My son had to play catch up.

He earned honor roll grades at NCCA. However, his test scores raised concerns. I

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My child attend this school for several years. Because of the Principals' personality, I switched to a Catholic School. My son had to play catch up.

He earned honor roll grades at NCCA. However, his test scores raised concerns. I

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New Covenant Christian Academy is a wonderful school. Our son has been enrolled there since Kindergarten. When we enrolled our son, he had been to another school, but was unsuccessful.

When we selected New Covenant Christian Academy, we were looking for a school with small class sizes. Since our son has been at the school, his classes have ranged from 3 students to a maximum of 10. At his previous school there were 25 children in a class.

I have been consistently amazed at the academic achievement of the students at NCCA. I know from personal experience that they do not cherry pick just the "smart kids" or just the "rich kids" or "just the" anything. They have a belief that all of God's children can learn, that they can achieve on grade level or above, and that they all have potential. Our son was not sucessful previously, but has grown tremendously at NCCA.

In addition to strong academics, I have also been pleased that the school offers a strong music curriculum. All students are taught music. And even children who enter not being able to sing leave singing 3 4 and 5 part harmony. This is a testament to the superb music teacher, Mr. Donovan Soumas.

The teachers in general are extremely caring and dedicated. They use Christan principles to insist on acadmic achievement from all students. Compared with other public charter or private schools, I have always been amazed because at NCCA, kids read in Kindergarten, and continue to outpace their peers all the way through the school.

We would recommend New Covenant Chrisitan Academy to any family seeking a world-class education for their child.

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New Covenant Christian Academy is a wonderful school. Our son has been enrolled there since Kindergarten. When we enrolled our son, he had been to another school, but was unsuccessful.

When we selected New Covenant Christian Academy, we were looking for a school with small class sizes. Since our son has been at the school, his classes have ranged from 3 students to a maximum of 10. At his previous school there were 25 children in a class.

I have been consistently amazed at the academic achievement of the students at NCCA. I know from personal experience that they do not cherry pick just the "smart kids" or just the "rich kids" or "just the" anything. They have a belief that all of God's children can learn, that they can achieve on grade level or above, and that they all have potential. Our son was not sucessful previously, but has grown tremendously at NCCA.

In addition to strong academics, I have also been pleased that the school offers a strong music curriculum. All students are taught music. And even children who enter not being able to sing leave singing 3 4 and 5 part harmony. This is a testament to the superb music teacher, Mr. Donovan Soumas.

The teachers in general are extremely caring and dedicated. They use Christan principles to insist on acadmic achievement from all students. Compared with other public charter or private schools, I have always been amazed because at NCCA, kids read in Kindergarten, and continue to outpace their peers all the way through the school.

We would recommend New Covenant Chrisitan Academy to any family seeking a world-class education for their child.

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Our son has attended NCCA since its inception. We struggled to find a good school for him without success until we enrolled him in NCCA. The school offers superb academics, a positive environment, and leadership training in all grades. We have been so happy with our son's academic progress.

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Our son has attended NCCA since its inception. We struggled to find a good school for him without success until we enrolled him in NCCA. The school offers superb academics, a positive environment, and leadership training in all grades. We have been so happy with our son's academic progress.

Pros: Best Education

Cons: None

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More about New Covenant Christian Academy

New Covenant Christian Academy is an Independent K-12 school. Our goal is to ensure the success of all of our students and to be an asset to the community. We have a unique academic environment featuring small classes, individual attention from highly qualified and caring teachers, as well as foreign language and music instruction in all grades beginning with Kindergarten. Our goal is to ensure that all our our students reach their God-given potential. We have a 100% college acceptance rate.

 

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