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  • 16 Average class size
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  • 100% of faculty are certified teachers
  • 7 State Championships

Lower Campus (TK-6th)

Our Lower Campus community thrives by creating a nurturing environment where each child is encouraged to pursue their gifting, affirmed for demonstrating Christ-like character, and challenged to grow not only academically and socially - but also in their walk with the Lord. Our students leave Lower Campus confident, prepared and ready to tackle the challenge of our rigorous college preparatory academic program that follows on Upper Campus.

Upper Campus (7th-12th)

Hallmarks of our Upper Campus environment not only include a robust academic preparation, but also creating opportunities for our students to apply problem-solving skills to non-academic situations, develop the ability to clearly articulate ideas, and critically examine different points of view. Students are encouraged to participate in fine arts, sports, and other extracurricular activities that are designed to help cultivate their God-given gifts, talents, and interests.


What's Happening

GCS Upper Campus

Together Again: Reopening Plan

This document outlines our operating plans for the 2020-2021 school year and may be periodically updated based on the latest information, guidance, and best practices.
Messick Family

Feels like Home

"When I walked into the doors at GRACE, instantly I felt I was known, that my family was valued, and they had never met us before…”
College Connections

College Connections Issue 14

Those of you with seniors know that October is a busy month for college applications. Those of you with juniors should talk with them now about not waiting until October to work in earnest on their applications!
Lauren Wingerd

GRACE Students Get Creative

GRACE Upper Campus students Caroline and Lauren Wingerd (and their older sister Emma, who graduated from GRACE in 2016) have always been interested in art. Their parents enjoy creating and building things, so they've been encouraged to express their creativity since they were old enough to hold a crayon.