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Announcements

Spirit Week

September 30th - October 4th

  • Monday - College & Career Day (Represent your Dream Job or Dream College)
  • Tuesday - Twin Day (Dress as twins or triplets)
  • Wednesday - Character Day (Come dressed as your favorite character)
  • Thursday - Throwback/Decade Day (What Decade will your represent?)
  • Friday - PINK OUT FRIDAY (Wear Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness)

There will be no school October 7-11 for Fall Break.  Enjoy your break and we will see you on Monday, October 14, 2019.

The American Red Cross will be hosting a blood drive here at NCCA in the Learning Commons on October 2, 2019.  We encourage all associates 16 and older and all trainers to donate blood.  Associates age 16 will need a signed parental consent form, all other donors may give freely.  For information regarding the blood drive or setting an appointment to give blood see the flyers posted around the school or see Health Sciences trainers Mrs. Axson or Mrs. Lambert.


  October Student of the Month. Coming Soon.


Principal's Message

Creating the Pipeline of our Next Generation Workforce

With the full support of the Newton County Board of Education, the Newton County Chamber of Commerce, and our community and business leaders, the Newton College and Career Academy (NCCA) was created to enhance academic achievement and provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in postsecondary education and the workforce. Our goal is to provide students in Newton County high schools with requisite skills and knowledge to exceed the majority of U.S. Department of Education performance indicators; to increase the number of students in Newton County high schools receiving post-secondary credits through local post-secondary partners; and to help students become workplace ready in order to be gainfully employed or to continue their education and training in a variety of post-secondary options.

Students at NCCA will have the chance to connect more directly with their career paths and earn industry credentials in addition to their high school diploma, increasing the chance for our students to be gainfully employed in a very competitive work environment. Programs at NCCA focus in areas that are high skill, high wage, and high demand occupations.

Chad W. Walker

CEO/ Principal


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