New Life Christian Academy Promotes a Faith- Focused Christian Education in Pike County Alabama
Focus on Faith
Our teachers, students and staff come from a diverse range of cultural, denominational and social backgrounds within Pike County and surrounding areas. We equip our students with the opportunity to explore the ways in which faith intersects with learning and are committed to Him in our teachings, beliefs and lifestyle.
Christian education in Pike County
At New Life Christian Academy in Troy Alabama, we serve students between pre-school to 12th grade and give students a strong foundation when entering the world. Here students are recognized for who they are and encouraged to develop their unique talents and gifts that prepare them for a productive tomorrow.
A healthy Christian education develops critical thinking by having the courage to explore other world views. The education students receive at New Life Christian Academy is designed to secure them a solid foundation upon which their lives are based. We promote students’ opportunities to recognize their abilities so that they may pursue a productive Christian life.
Average Class Size
New Life Christian Academy offers small class sizes between 10-15 students per class
Fully accredited by the National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA).
We are committed to Christ-centered teaching.
2020-2021 School Year Registration is Now inProgress and Opened to the Public
Our goal is to enhance the physical and cognitive growth of all the children we work with through our daily activities and supportive environment. We invite you to join us in discovering what it means to be totally committed.
There are three basic steps involved in choosing the right Christian school in Pike County: visit the school and evaluate academic curriculum, and apply.
New Life Christian Academy is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. For more information on space availability and school supply lists, call NLCA school office at (334) 566.0424.
Did you know that currently, the state of Alabama has set aside financial assistance for families to use toward private education?
Students qualify if they transfer to NLCA from a failing school or if their household income doesn’t exceed certain limits. Find out more information by applying at the Alabama Scholarship Fund.