Who We Are
North County Christian School is a Private Christian School
Satellite Program with an affidavit on file with the California State
of Education. NCCS is listed in the California Private School Directory
and is a Support Network Member of Christian Home Educators Association
We believe the Lord has charged parents with the responsibility
of instructing their children.
Deuteronomy 6:5-9 (NIV)
“ Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your
soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today
to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them
when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie
down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind
on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and
on your gates.”
Proverbs 22:6 (NIV)
“ Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old
he will not turn from it.”
Ephesians 6:4b (NIV)
Fathers …bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.”
NCCS was established to help families who have chosen to heed
God's Word in the form of home education. Our record keeping service
designed for families that:
Do not need direct oversight to meet the educational goals they have
established for the training and instruction of their children.
looking for an accountability system that will keep them "on
track" with their education and record keeping.
- Desire the
umbrella covering of an established private Christian school.
help ensuring all legal requirements are being met.
Administrator: Jennifer Sexton
Address: 705 Center Drive, #108-316 San Marcos, CA 92069
hours: Mon. – Thur. 9am – 4pm
Phone: (760) 737-7115
- Filing of a private school affidavit (R-4) on behalf of all
- Year-round enrollment.
- Enrollment verification and transfer of student’s
records from previous school.
- Permanent Record keeping (online) with a
safe, secure online database.
- Safe, Secure fireproof file storage of all
student paper cumulative files.
- Parent conference/assistance/support when
- NCCS Handbook/NCCS High School Manual.
- Monthly newsletter.
- High School Program.
- High School diploma issued.
- High School transcripts.
- Ensure that one parent is at home during
school hours and teaching 180 days during the school year.
- Parents provide
curriculum, do lesson planning, maintain a record of daily work, and
evaluate student’s progress: All decisions relating
to educational philosophy and methods, home schooling style, election
of books, teaching material and curriculum grading and evaluations are
the responsibility of the parents. As it is the parent’s responsibility,
the outcome of your student’s education rests on you and your student’s
- 1st – 8th grade parents are to submit online: Proposed
Course of Study, Quarterly attendance and grades. Observe NCCS reporting
- 9th - 12th grade parents are to submit online: Course Description,
Quarterly attendance and semester grades. Observe NCCS reporting periods.
- All families are required to maintain Home School
Legal Defense Association membership.
- Notify NCCS if you intend to transfer
to another school.
Legal Requirements: Mandatory
North County Christian School is a private
school and although we file a Private School Affidavit with the California
State Department of
Education each year (your student will be enrolled in a Private
we cannot guarantee anyone protection from harassment from authorities
or legal protection. Therefore, we have a mandatory requirement
that each family is a member of Home
School Legal Defense Association. No other legal insurance is acceptable.
See Enrollment page for HSLDA
and payment information.
High School Transfer Students
We welcome students transferring from another high school, public or
private, and we will accept the credits on their transcript.
We will accept
parent’s transcripts for students that have been
independently home schooled, as long as that parent can fully document
courses and grades and provide a transcript.
Students must be in good
standing with their previous school. We will not accept students that
have been expelled or have had any legal, disciplinary,
or truancy problems with their previous school. Cumulative records
will be review for any problems.