CHILDREN IN THE
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION (K-8th)
Grace Christian Academy provides a Christ-centered education, that prepares our students academically and spiritually for the glory of the Lord. This statement embodies our purpose and is the foundation and starting point for everything we do and every decision that we make.
" And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, That bringeth forth his fruit in his season; His leaf also shall not wither; And whatsoever he doeth shall prosper."
A CHRISTIAN PRIVATE EDUCATION (K - 8th Grade)
What Makes Us Different
Grace Christian Academy is a fully accredited non-traditional school. We stand out among others through our smaller class sizes, school hours, and parent involvement. The goal of the school is to offer an individualized educational program to help students build their academic strengths, develop positive attitudes, and prepare for educational advancement. It is our commitment that each student grows not only educationally but also spiritually by being immersed in sound Biblical teaching, mentoring, and dynamic spiritual growth.
Begin Your Child's Journey With Us
Building a sense of community is a vital element when it comes to student success. Students who attend smaller schools have been shown to have more personal interactions during the day than those who attend larger schools. These interactions often lead to a stronger sense of identity and belonging. When children feel that they are a valuable part of their school community, participation rates rise in the classroom and in extracurricular activities. Engagement also stimulates a sense of personal responsibility that helps students develop important leadership skills, problem-solving techniques, and teamwork ingenuity.
Every Child Deserves The Opportunity Of A Brighter Future
Keeping A Secure Enviroment
At GCA we embrace different learning styles and understand the individual needs of our students. Over the years we have observed that parents involved in their student's academic success are overwhelmingly beneficial. Parent involvement affects students' educational achievements, self-concept, classroom behavior, time spent on homework, motivation, and so much more. We want to see our students grow spiritually and academically but we can't do it alone.
"School teachers can't do anything without parents' cooperation as they are the first teacher of an individual student." - Anonymous