Nancy Campbell Collegiate Institute
The Nancy Campbell Academy is a grade 7 through 12 Canadian accredited international private Baháʼí school in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Emphasizing its "twin pillars" of academic excellence and a clear moral framework, NCA satisfies the Ministry of Education (Ontario) standards, leading to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). The Institute was named after Nancy Campbell (1905–1980), an accomplished pianist, artist, actress and dancer, who lived as a "world citizen" motivated by her belief in the Baháʼí Faith. Campbell worked to promote the ideal of the oneness of humanity, and was a dynamic speaker who travelled throughout the world giving lectures on peace and world unity. Breakwell Education Inc. established NCA in 1994 as Nancy Campbell Collegiate Institute, or NCCI. Within seven years of its founding, NCA was among 16 schools rated Number One in a Fraser Institute survey of 816 Ontario high schools.