"NCA owes its existence to the consistent and persistent prayers of a group of concerned parents. The school was thus founded to assist Christian parents in fulfilling their God-given directive to train and educate their children in the way they should go (Proverbs 22:6). Accordingly, NCA views itself as an extension of the educational ministry of the home. The Bible, the inspired, infallible Word of God, not only provides the blueprint for Christian education but also provides parents and the Christian school with the principles that are to be taught. Recognizing that men are created in God's image but due to the Fall are exceedingly sinful, the purpose of Christian education is two-fold: to lead unregenerate students to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and to inspire Christian students to achieve the mind of Christ so that they "may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works" (2 Timothy 3:17). The product of Christian education will be a servant fully equipped to serve the Lord with excellence and gladness. The student should strive for excellence in all things, knowing that whatever is to be done is to be done as unto the Lord (Colossians 3:23) and can be accomplished only with the help of the Holy Spirit.
Christian education has the distinct advantage of unifying all knowledge because "all truth is God's truth." Thus, there is no distinction between secular and sacred truth: both are subject to the authority of God. Students, therefore, can see that all knowledge glorifies the omnipotent Creator of life, who revealed Himself in His Son Jesus Christ, and can come to know God by studying His revelation in His Word and in His works. NCA follows certain methods to achieve these goals. First, the school needs the faithful prayer and financial support of its parents and students. Second, it needs a staff of teachers who have a personal relationship with the Lord and can communicate their faith through the subject matter and through their lives. Christian educators must point the student toward the Source and can only do that when they themselves know the Truth and avail themselves of the power of the Holy Spirit. Third, the school needs a curriculum centered on the Bible. Fourth, the school must be focused on excellence-excellence in its curriculum, teachers, subject matter, and goals. Fifth, the school must be courageous in an environment of opposition. It must have the courage to uphold its principles in the face of compromise, the courage to challenge its students to excellence in an atmosphere of educational mediocrity, and the courage to be distinctively Christian in the midst of a secular society."
Excerpted from the preschool's website