The academic goal at Grace Christian School is to provide the best tools for each student to learn, excel in college, and comprehend with a Christian worldview. Students are strongly encouraged to be diligent in both their faith and their studies. The Faculty employ A Beka curriculum, partnering with parents to educate students for Kingdom service and ministry. The curriculum of each division broadens the gaps in public school education and facilitates the route to become well-rounded, young adults.
While the main goal of the Lower School is to create a loving environment that stimulates learning, Christian values are instilled into each lesson. Team leaders meet to build a curriculum that provide a strong academic foundation in math, reading, science, worship, history, the arts and athletics. Students are encouraged from a young age to participate in extracurriculars with multiple opportunities each year.
The GCS Middle School, composed of grades 6, 7, and 8; strives to break the pressures posed in the young adolescent age with challenging intellectual, physical and spiritual philosophies. Curricula is designed to deal with pressure from peers, parents and society, while building a moral compass in each student. Students will develop a strong self-worth, purpose, security and acceptance. The Middle School offers an emotional safe haven for growth and maturity, focusing on character before career and service before self.
The focus of the Upper School is to ready our students for the academic and real-life pressures of college. Students will adjust between college preparatory, Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment schedules to sustain a personally appropriate challenge. The Arts and Athletics are at a fundamental point in each student’s academic career so opportunities to participate are abound: ninety-five percent of Upper School Students are active in school related extracurriculars, including student lead chapel services. By instilling wisdom beyond scholarship, GCS can accurately state 100% of graduates have been accepted into college.