I attended this school for all four of my highschool years. At first it was great and I was excited about God as I still am today. However the closer I got to God the more I realized that this school was very hypocritical. I received a lot of judgment from teachers students and principals. Also the principals were always questioning personal life and didn't handle conflicts between students very well. One principal directly told me she "chooses to stay out of it." when a close friendship of mine crumbled. The school is all for the clean cut conservative christian yet they turn their heads when there's any sort of turmoil or anyone who doesn't fit all their criteria.
New Jersey United Christian Academy is a private high school in Upper Freehold Township. 94 students attend New Jersey United Christian Academy and identify as Multiracial; White, non-Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. The ratio of students to teachers at New Jersey United Christian Academy is 11:1. New Egypt High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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New Jersey United Christian Academy(NJUCA) is a devoted Christian environment. NJUCA supports education from below average students to advanced students. Every student has the opportunity to challenge themselves in high academic courses. NJUCA also supplies Honors and Advance Preparation classes. You will meet the most blissful accepting happiest diligent passionate Christian leading students in NJUCA regardless of who you are. I made a full transformation since attending NJUCA for now two years. My spiritual relationship with God is stronger my passion for leading and witnessing for God is inspired harder than ever before and my education went from below average to honors qualified. Also every teacher works to their limit in education. They take their personal times after before and during school to offer any additional help. I love all work under every aspect that is being done in New Jersey United Christian Academy and you will too.
This is a great school! It's very small but this really creates an environment of community for the students. The student body has a great desire to know God and live for Him. They have many clubs for kids to involved with after school including a drama club and a ministry team that goes on mission trips every year. This year they are going Mexico and Puerto Rico. Also it is a boarding school (the boarding school has about 25 students in it) for kids outside of the country so the kids become aware of cultures outside of their own. This is a great way to get students to think beyond themselves! The only drawback is that it is a young school and still needs to get a few more kinks out of its system.