The mission of Noah’s Ark Christian Academy’s ClubN School Break Week Camp is to provide a positive and nurturing environment in which to enhance the development of each child. It is our commitment to teaching moral, intellectual, social, physical, and spiritual development. We provide a solid foundation from which children can achieve their ultimate potential.
What is NACA’s School Break Camp Program?
During Paulding County School’s scheduled school break weeks, Noah’s Ark Christian Academy will host various camps for school-age children. The available spot is first-come, first-serve. Our students are enrolled in our ClubN Program have a reserved spot.
Fall Break Week: ‘Hero Training Camp’ uses the life of David and the biblical concept of the conscience to teach children to be internally motivated in four areas: Do what’s right, deal with wrongs, be honest, and care about others. This action-packed, activity-based program for children teaches kids that God has provided them with the standard equipment to be heroes in training now. Their job is to pay attention to the conscience and the Holy Spirit in their lives.
Thanksgiving and Christmas Break Weeks: ‘Big Heart Farms’ centers on Galatians 5:16-26, which covers the Fruit of the Spirit. A farm theme seemed best to coordinate with the idea of spiritual growth! Join us for the fun, but most importantly, join us in teaching your child about God.
Winter Break Week: ‘The Treasure Hunters’ uses games, activities, Bible stories, science experiments, object lessons, and snacks, children learn eight key principles that will help them be successful in family life. As parents change, children also change and family life becomes a treasure.
Spring Break: ‘Bible Boot Camp – ‘The Armor of God’ The foundational Scripture is the armor of God passage found in Ephesians 6:11-18. We will be training the children to be warriors for God. They will be referred to as privates in God’s army. The Program Director is referred to as the master sergeant, Teachers are drill sergeants, and volunteers in the kitchen (or mess hall) are cooks.
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I’m ready! How do I enroll my child in the NACA’s School Break Week Camp?
CLICK HERE to begin the enrollment inquiry process for NACA’s School Break Week Camp.
Step 1. You will be asked to scan or take a clear picture of the following documents and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org:
*Child’s Birth Certificate or Proof of Birth
*Current completed Immunization Form #3231 (shot record)
*Medical Insurance Card
*Parent/Guardian’s state-issued photo ID (i.e. Driver’s License)
Step 2. When a proposed enrollment date is available, you will receive an email with the following required Bright From the Start annual enrollment forms to complete:
*NACA Tuition Contract and Policies
*Child Enrollment Form
*Child Transportation Form
*Child Vehicle Emergency Medical Form
*Child Authorization to Dispense External Preparations Form
Step 3. When NACA has reviewed all of your submitted documents and completed forms, you will receive a confirmation email with the final needed information several days ahead of the Monday enrollment date.