Mission: The purpose of north pole christian school is to provide a quality christian education which, in cooperation with christian parents, will train children in harmony with god's word and encourage a personal faith in god resulting in citizens who are fully equipped to influence their world for christ. We believe the successful development of each child's spiritual and academic potential is promoted by a combined effort of the christian home, bible-believing church, and school.
Programs: It is the goal of north pole christian school (npcs) to work as a ministry to support christian families who desire to see that the christian beliefs, values and world view taught to their children at home and in church are reinforced in the school's academic and extra-curricular activities. The fiscal year ending june 2015 saw that goal realized for 112 students in preschool through twelfth grade. With a staff of nine full-time, three teacher aides, one business office secretary, and one administrator, npcs is able to offer two preschool classes, two full-day kindergarten classes, first, a combined second and third, fourth and fifth grade class, sixth, seventh and eighth grade; and a combined ninth through twelfth grade. We had one graduating senior who is now attending oklahoma baptist university. The annual standardized test (teranova) scores show that kindergarten through grade 12 was performing at or above national norms. Our sat and act test score results were at or above national norms. In addition to the academic program, students participated in several mission projects that allowed them to serve others, to help develop the concept of servant leadership, and to raise local and global mission awareness. Students of all ages collected over 2,200 pounds of pantry items and non-perishable food items for the local food bank. They collected clothing, diapers, beds, and baby formula for the pregnancy crisis center. Our junior/senior high students participated in world vision's 30-hour famine and collected nearly $1,000. 00. North pole christian school also supported love, inc. S adopt a family program. The high school continues to support a child in tanzania through compassion international with an annual donation of $513. 56. We also supported the fund raising efforts of the fairbanks youth advocates during one homeless night. As npcs continues to support its families and their churches we are seeing the successful integration of educating mind, body and spirit