Novi Christian Academy wants all students to encounter Jesus Christ on a personal level during their school career.

Recognizing God’s character of excellence, we endeavor to pursue excellence in the instruction, study, and application of the Word of God. Because Biblical instruction at NCA takes place in an academic setting, we strive to maintain high expectations for learning while being sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit. Bible teachers strive to bring quality educational strategies to Bible classes. 




Middle School


High School

Bible Class Themes & Concepts by Grade

Familiar Bible lessons presented from both the Old Testament and New Testament, emphasizing God’s care. 

Familiar Bible characters and events that illustrate God’s gifts, such as family, leaders, helpers, His Word, His Son, and His Church. 

Bible heroes with a focus on character traits. 

The life of Christ and the early Church. 

An Old Testament survey, presenting major Bible concepts from the Old Testament. 

A New Testament survey, presenting major Bible concepts from each New Testament book. 

Students will discover how various Biblical figures strove to win the race that God set for them.

Grade 7: The Story of the Old Testament

Students will briefly examine each book in The Old Testament.

Students will briefly examine each book in The New Testament.

This course provides students with an introduction to, and examination of, the person, teachings, and work of Jesus. Through this study students will be challenged to observe the compassion, courage, and power of Jesus Christ. The lessons content will help students understand the historical, cultural, and geographical context of the Gospels. Material is drawn from the four Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. 

By presenting the Bible as God’s self-revelation, this study magnifies the character and work of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. As the source of all truth, God is the highest truth we can study. In fact, our view of Him affects every other belief and practice. Therefore, this curriculum’s purpose is to inspire students to explore the heights and depths of God’s majesty- because while God lies above and beyond our understanding, he also has chosen to make himself known to us. Through guided exploration of scripture passages, students will be challenged to seek God’s truth and love. They will be pointed to the majesty of God as it is displayed through God’s character and works.  

This course is designed to examine God’s plan of redemption as revealed in the sixty-six books of the Bible.  The first semester will be a chronological study of the Old Testament.  The students will learn the overall themes of the Old Testament as well as important topics from each book.  The second semester will focus on the New Testament.  The students will learn about Jesus, the early church, Paul´s epistles and the end times.  The students will be encouraged to apply the principles of God’s Word in their daily lives through assigned readings, journals, classroom discussions and interaction with each other and adults.  The hope is that students will grow closer to Jesus Christ through the study of His Word. 

With more than half of all Christians abandoning their faith in college, this study is strategically taught during a student’s final year at NCA to help them be able to defend God’s Word and stand in their Biblical worldview. This dynamic study outlines the differences between Christianity and other prominent worldviews vying for allegiance in Western culture. The five other worldviews include Islam, postmodernism, secularism, Marxism, and new Spirituality. 


NCA offers interactive weekly chapel services for elementary, middle school and high school students. Praise-and-worship is student-led and speakers include pastors in area churches. Students can take a Chapel Ministry class or Worship Band as an elective to help lead worship and/or play an active role in chapel services.

Students at Novi Christian Academy know that God has a plan and purpose for their life. A strong dedication to Christ is evident among the students. 

Spiritual Life High School Retreat

Each year, students 9th-12th grade are given the opportunity to experience our High School Spiritual Life Retreat. This is a three day, two night trip to a nearby Conference Center.

The retreat takes place the second week of school every year, and is a wonderful time for students to make new friends and renew friendships from the previous year. We view this time as crucial for setting the spiritual tone for the new school year. A special speaker and music leaders are invited, and a spiritual life theme is given for the year.

Elementary Spiritual Emphasis Week

While Bible curriculum is a core academic subject for all grades, K-12, we feel it is important to include a special time within the school year to focus on the spiritual life of the student. As a result, we host two “Spiritual Emphasis Weeks” each year. One is designed to meet the needs of grades K-5, and the other for grades 6-12. These special chapel services take place each day for the designated week.

Special care is given to invite innovative speakers and music directors who are experienced with the age groups involved.  These gifted leaders provide an extended time of worship and practical themed messages which make the Word of God come alive to our students.

“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.”  Matthew 7: 24 NIV

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Intentional service program designed to inspire heart for service in all grades.