Welcome To New Beginnings Christian Academy

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Who we are
      • New Beginnings Christian Academy (NBCA) is a small, private, Christian school located on Jacksonville’s west side at 7020 Ramona Boulevard.  NBCA was previously FCA or Family Christian Academy and was established in 1995.  
      • The school is a ministry of the Jacksonville 2 Foursquare Church, also known as, New Beginnings Christian Center (NBCC) located in front of the academy at the same address (http://nbccjax.org).  Pastor William D. Holland, Sr. serves as senior pastor of NBCC and chief executive officer of NBCA.  Pastor Donna Holland serves as church treasurer and NBCA chief financial officer.
      • NBCC is a subordinate of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel (Foursquare.org) with their main offices located in Los Angeles, California.
      • As a subordinate of the Foursquare Church, NBCC is recognized as a tax exempt, non-profit organization under section (501) (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
      • As a ministry of NBCC, New Beginnings Christian Academy is recognized as a tax exempt, non-profit organization as well.
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Our Vision and Mission Statement
    •  Our Vision for NBCA is to provide a spiritually nourishing, academically challenging learning community serving students in K-12th grade who wish to pursue academic excellence in a vibrant Christian environment.
    • Our Mission is to develop and nurture faithful disciples of Christ; to challenge and inspire students to pursue excellence and learning in life; and to encourage students to be responsible, informed and invested citizens of the United States of America.
Our Scripture Motto 
 
“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”  
 
Jeremiah 29:11
 
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Our Staff

NBCA has a very dedicated group of teachers and administrative staff.  Our principal is Dr. Vicki Vick who has been faithfully leading our school for the last eight (8) years.  Each teacher has served more than three (3) years at NBCA.  Ms. Linda Moody  is our High School Supervisor/Teacher; Mrs. Pam Faulk is our Middle School Supervisor/Teacher and Ms. Cathy Neels serves as our Elementary Supervisor/Teacher.  Mrs. Faith Shepherd is our office administrator and webmaster who joined our staff in April 2014. 

We are also thankful for our supportive parents, grandparents, volunteers and other family and friends who are all part of the NBCA family. 

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Schedule for Thanksgiving Holidays
Nov. 26 – Dec. 1
 
Wednesday, Nov. 26 -
Weather Day – No School
 

Thursday, November 27 – Thanksgiving –

School Holiday
 

Friday, November 28 -

School Holiday


Monday, December 1 -

Weather Day – No School
 
TUESDAY – DECEMBER 2
BACK TO SCHOOL
 
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Our NBCA Family
 
New Beginnings Christian Academy currently has 35 students enrolled (November 2014) with a racial diversity of 14 Caucasian students and 21 African American students. We are proud of our racial diversity among our students and staff.  It is a special fellowship that we enjoy as we learn and worship together.
 
Students with intellectual disabilities, speech impairments, specific learning disabilities, other health disabilities or disorders and those who have no known disabilities are all part of our NBCA family.  By designing individualized and innovative learning plans to fit the needs of the student and believing that all things are possible with God, all students have the opportunity to excel at their own pace.
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New Beginnings Christian Center & Academy
7020 Ramona Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32205

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION AS TO STUDENTS

New Beginnings Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship, loan programs, athletic and other school administered programs.