2016-2017 Year End Report

By Kevin Cyprian / 

As Newport Christian School’s 2016 – 2017 school year comes to an end, we’d like to reflect on some of the milestones, defining moments, and student achievements that have made this school year a memorable success. Many of these events lay the foundation for improving education, enhancing the student experience, and a greater community for the following year and the years to come.

New Grades Added – 7, 8, and 9

Our near-term goal is to complete our offering of providing a quality educational program from Transitional Kindergarten to the 12th grade, and this year has brought us closer to that goal than ever by welcoming an entire Junior High class. With a newly completed educational center three years ago, increasing needs, and growing student body, this year has truly become one to remember in our history.

Computer Lab

This Spring, Newport Christian School welcomed students to a new educational resource in an effort to support the productive and innovative use of technology within the entire school community.

Our new computer lab coupled with its deep integration with our curriculum gives students the opportunity to develop technical skills that are both critical and valuable for the future.

Newport Christian School’s commitment to graduating every student with technological proficiency spans far further than most institutions. Our computer lab is now home to many programs like CodeREV’s Summer Tech Camp that teaches students the fundamentals of game design, application development, robotics engineering, 3D modeling, and animation. It also opens doors for numerous existing programs that will now be able to leverage resources from the Internet and computer applications to aid students in research projects.

50%+ in Student Enrollment and Additions to the NCS Family

The last school year between 2015 and 2016 ended with 100 students enrolled in Newport Christian School. Coupled with the addition of several grade levels and capacity, we were able to welcome 50 additional students this year, bringing our total enrollment to 150, a growth never experienced in the history of the school.

We have also added three additional faculty members who will be working with students directly as teachers and mentors:


Newport Christian School is a member of the Christian Athletic League of Orange County (CALOC), participating in a number of interscholastic sports programs in Basketball, Volleyball, and Football. This year, our athletic program brought home the following recognitions:

  • Elementary Boys Basketball – League Champions
  • Elementary Boys Football – League Champions
  • Elementary Girls Volleyball – League Champions
  • Elementary Girls Basketball – League Champions
  • Jr. High Girls Volleyball – League Champions
  • Jr. High Boys Basketball – 2nd Place
  • Jr. High Girls Basketball – League Champions