Mrs. Wilkinson (860) 599-5071
12 Stillman Road
North Stonington, Connecticut 06359
Founded in 1981, North Stonington
Christian Academy is an active ministry of the Second Baptist Church in North Stonington, Connecticut. The school is a partner
with parents for a Christ-centered education which integrates faith and learning, training students spiritually, intellectually,
physically, emotionally, and socially. Solid scholarship and character development are provided in a loving atmosphere
to prepare students for leadership and service. The Bible provides the foundation for teaching, and students are encouraged
to explore knowledge in light of Scripture.
With an enrollment of
approximately 125 students, the Stillman Road campus accomodates two academic buildings. The lower building houses grades Pre-K
through third grade (as well as the administrative offices). The upper building, housed in the main church building, includes
grades four through twelve as well as the library and church offices.
The Academy offers a full day Pre-K program and a separate full day Kindergarten program. Both are geared toward
learning, playing and exploring God's Word and His Creation. All students enjoy a safe, creative, and structured academic
environment where teachers take the time to ensure each child a personal learning experience. More importantly, teachers
at NSCA are grounded in the Scriptures of God's Holy Word and teach with a Christian world view.
In addition to a great spiritual and academic foundation, the student body takes part in art classes,
music classes, library science, gym and chapel. Private piano lessons are offered. Under expert coaching, the Academy
also boasts a growing basketball team. Our school mascot is the eagle and cheers the team at our games. Children from over thirty churches and many towns in Southeastern CT
and Southern RI attend North Stonington Christian Academy. NSCA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national
or ethnic origin in its admission policies and programs. The school reserves the right to select students on the basis of
academic performance, religious commitment, lifestyle choices, and personal qualifications, including a willingness to cooperate
with the school and abide by its policies. Scholarship assistance is available to those who qualify.