Let’s face it; high school can be a rough place to be a student. You deal with a school environment that can feel like a popularity contest at best and a warzone at worst. Most days you come home swamped with assignments that seem overwhelming, for coursework that just doesn’t make sense. Does dropping out feel like the only answer?

New Community Academy is a new kind of private high school in the city of Pomona, California where you can learn in a small and supportive Christian environment. You won’t ever get lost in the crowd, and you won’t get left behind or feel like you can’t keep up. At New Community Academy, every student is a vital member of our community. We are here to help you succeed.

What Makes us Different?

Small community with time to build relationships.

With small class sizes (only 8-10 students per teacher) and a community that cares about you, everyone will know your name!

Educators who love Christ and teaching students.

Our teachers are more than just committed to your success in the classroom, they are Christ-followers dedicated to discipling students.

Engaging classes you will actually want to take.

You will study courses that are interesting to you and are relevant to your life and interests today and after graduation.

What Does a New Community Student Look Like?

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Vincent

One special thing about NCA is that we are open about God and are able to talk about him freely. We are not just a school, we are a family and team. We support and care for each other.

MaryJane

New Community has been such a blessing. I have learned so many interesting facts about the Bible. Everything we learn is incredibly beneficial. NCA has such an amazing way of teaching, and I am truly grateful that I get to call this my school.

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Haven

New Community Academy has changed my life in so many exceptional ways. I can’t think of a better environment to learn and grow in.  It is definitely a safe place!

We’d love to meet you and your parents and make New Community Academy the place where you belong. Come tour the school or join us at one of our upcoming information meetings to learn more!