Welcome to the Pittsburgh New Church School!
The Pittsburgh New Church School (PNCS) is a great option for Pittsburgh area families. It is a high quality (but affordable!) small, private, independent, Christian school. At its Point Breeze location, you'll find these programs:
- Pre-K and Kindergarten,
- Elementary school, Grades 1-5,
- Middle School, Grade 6-8
The school has been located on its beautiful, quiet - except at recess time - campus since 1930, when it moved from Shadyside. The school serves a mix of students from the surrounding area, and students from families in the local New Church congregation.
Here are some of the the school's unique advantages:
- Alice R., M.D. and PNCS Mom
- Small classes
- Superb academics
- Good friends
- Strong bodies
- Active minds
- Growing spirits
- New Christian values
- Bright futures
If you're finding out about PNCS for the first time, welcome! We hope you enjoy your visit to our site. We've got lots of information here, and we would be happy to talk further with you, too.
We're located in Point Breeze, in Pittsburgh's East End, near Clayton and Sterrett School. The address is 299 Le Roi Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15208. Find out more! Call 412-731-0122, or send us an email.
Here's a link to a map.
News & Events:
Friday, March 10, 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Our school is a great option for families who are looking for: quality academics, Christian values, creativity and self-reliance, flexibility, friendliness, and responsiveness.
Stop by and discover us!
If you have questions, or would like to arrange a different time to visit the school, please call 412-731-0122.
We have something great to do together!
In addition to our full-time school, the Pittsburgh New Church School now offers classes to homeschoolers. Our next terms begins on January 11 and ends on May 10. We have designed courses to enrich your homeschooling curriculum, and invite you to join us on Wednesdays, when we offer art, science, music, physical education, and drama class. This 16-week program is great for building new friendships, as well as providing more educational opportunities for all the children involved. Homeschool Wednesdays focus on project-based, hands-on, experiential, multisensory adventures in learning.
For more information, check out the Homeschool Wednesdays program page.