New Manna Christian School (NMCS) has a complete range of traditional classes starting with the K3 and K4 class (three and four year olds) and extending through the 12th grade. In addition, Bible classes are standard courses for the 9th through 12th grade curriculum at NMCS and vocational training is also offered when interest and class size allows.
Each year students are given standard achievement tests to gauge each child's progress and percentile comparisons with national averages as well as class proficiency. NMCS students consistently score above grade level.
With smaller class sizes, our 10:1 student to teacher ratio enables teachers to spend quality time with each child and promotes a level of activity within the classroom that precipitates greater overall academic acuity superior to settings where student/teacher interaction and discussions occur only among a select few.
New Manna Christian School is a member of the North Carolina Christian School Association and the American Association of Christian Schools.
Because of this relationship with schools statewide, students are involved with testing, competitions, and other inter-school activities which provides them with the opportunity to interact with like-minded peers outside of their own county or region. All areas working together to develop a well-rounded Christian-school student, graduates of NMCS have chosen to continue and have successfully completed their educations at both Christian and secular colleges and universities such as Appalachian State, Lenoir-Rhyne, Lees McRae, Montreat, Hyles-Anderson, Champion Baptist, and Bob Jones University to name a few.