Board of Trustees
As an independent school and 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, NCRC is governed by a voluntary Board of Trustees. Elected Board members are current parents or parents of alumni, though membership can include those from the wider community.
The Board is responsible for policy decisions, financial oversight and for the long-term success and stability of the school. It oversees NCRC's financial and fiscal health, and upholds the school's mission and future. Standing committees include Executive, Advancement, Communications, Diversity, Finance, Inclusion, Sustainability, and others as needed. The Board meets monthly during the school year and trustees serve a three-year term, giving their time and talent.
In 2011, the trustees adopted a five-year Strategic Plan. In 2016, the Board extended the strategic plan for two more years and established priorities in furtherance of the strategic plan.