Ron Wyatt was an archaeologist who devoted his life to searching for lost Biblical sites and relics. He died in 1999, but before doing so he found many sites with solid evidence […]
On Friday, February 23, a group of NCS juniors went to Lipscomb University for STEM Day. STEM Day is the day where Lipscomb invites students to come and learn about fields in […]
On Thursday night, February 22 in Pyeongchang, South Korea, history was made by the USA women’s hockey team. A 3-2 win over Canada in a shootout to get there first gold medal […]
Here are a few photos from the annual talent show that was on Thursday, Feb. 15 2018. You can see all of the photos at our photo site, NCS Reflections.
Four years after finishing one spot off the podium, the American snowboarder Shaun White won the Olympics halfpipe final. The event was very intense—so intense that it came down to the last […]
Friday, February 9, marked the beginning of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, Korea with the opening ceremonies happening at 8pm local time, 5 a.m. CST. There will be 2,952 athletes from […]
Here is the second episode for the Eagles Buffet podcast produced by the students, Dominic Tolbert, Will Taylor, and Dominic Stephens, in the Media and Broadcasting class.
The Media and Broadcasting guys decided to give making their own podcast a try and this is what they came up: the Eagles Buffet. So, give the guys a listen as they […]
Last Friday, February 2, NCS had their annual Pink Out game against Hendersonville Christian. This night had big games, big plays, and heartwarming moments. The girls started off the night dominant, starting […]
On August 3, 2017 former NHL Predators player Mike Fisher retired. Fisher played 17 years in the league; but on January 31, 2018 Fisher announced that he is coming out of retirement […]