Family Prayer Walk
Join us this morning from 11 a.m - 12:30 p.m. for a prayer walk across our campus. We will meet a few minutes before 11 a.m. at the Lower Campus front entrance. Questions? Contact [email protected].
Read Across America Week
Next week, our Lower Campus will be celebrating Read Across America week with the following spirit days!
GRACE Gala - Buy your tickets!
Join us the evening of March 31st for the GRACE Gala and enjoy live music, a silent auction, and dinner with the GCS community. Purchase tickets here. You aren't going to want to miss it!
Rising 7th Graders: Parent Tour
Current GRACE parents of 6th graders are invited to tour the Upper Campus facilities and hear from the 7th-12th Principal Mandy Gill and Academic Dean Julia Taylor. We have three dates available: March 30th and April 20th from 9am-10:30am. Sign up here.
Blackbaud: Complete your Re-Enrollment Form
GRACE families should have received an email on yesterday (2/24) to complete their re-enrollment contract and complete their tuition deposit through Blackbaud.
Here is a Step By Step Video that will walk you through the parent re-enrollment contract.
It is imperative that you finalize your re-enrollment contract through Blackbaud and pay your tuition deposit for the 2023-2024 school year. We need all families to have set up their Blackbaud tuition account, finished their re-enrollment contract, and paid their tuition deposit by March 5th. If you run into any issues throughout this process, please contact Hayley Field at [email protected]
Lost and Found
Are you missing anything? We have lost items…Upper Campus please see Mrs Bostic for lost glasses (we have 7 pairs) and lost retainers (we have several). Lost and Found has water bottles, lunchboxes, PE clothes, bags, hoodies. If you can’t find an item, please send your student to look for it. All items will be donated on March 10. Reminder to please label the inside of bags, boxes, PE clothes and coats with a Sharpie and we will do the best to get them back to you. Upper Campus students can check with Mrs. Cindilee Thorne and Lower Campus students can check with Mrs. Christina Marrow.
GCS Business Partner Spotlight
Racing for ALS started in 2018 when brothers David and Scott Lloyd decided to go racing to make memories together after David’s ALS diagnosis in October 2017. It quickly became a movement that formed itself into a racing team that worked hard to raise money for a cure, raise awareness of the impacts of the disease, and to help ALS patients in need; by 2020 we became a full-fledged 501©(3) charity. Since June 2018, the Racing for ALS team has raised over $670,000 that has gone 100% to ALS research, ALS patient grants, and the Racing for ALS van program that gives vans to ALS patients for them to use as long as they need free of charge. We also aim to raise ALS awareness via social media, corporate media, apparel, stickers, and word-of-mouth.