Middle School

“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” – 1 Timothy 4:12

Preparing Students for Success Beyond GCA

Curricular and co-curricular programs will provide an emphasis in multiple areas preparing students for the high school of their choice, while enhancing academic achievement with elective opportunities that explore student’s God given talents. Middle School students will attend Leadership Camp and will have special events throughout the schoolyear to help them build a strong foundation and develop them into Christian leaders of today and tomorrow.

Middle School Curriculum

Grace Christian Academy’s Middle School offers an academically challenging, Christ-centered, and socially positive environment to create an easy transition to high school. Teachers value students’ individual gifts and talents, presenting them with the tools to succeed in the middle school years, while also preparing them for the rigors of high school.

  • Middle school electives allow students to explore the Fine Arts with drama and music classes or their technical skills in computer programming, and robotics.
  • Competitive team sports are offered throughout the school year.
  • Leadership opportunities through service encourage students to put their faith into action by serving the community.
  • An active learning environment includes field trips, leadership camps, and guest speakers to encourage individual curiosity in the world around them.

Grace Christian Academy is a Christian school where students develop a deeply personal faith in Jesus Christ. Classes taught by Godly teachers, along with daily Bible course and weekly chapels, lay a firm foundation to encourage students to grow deeper in their walk with Christ.

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