At Grace Academy, being a Christian school does not merely mean that students are required to take a Bible class or participate in weekly chapel. Rather, it means that ALL aspects of education seek to understand the world in light of the knowledge of God. This biblical world-view guides our outlook on education, discipleship, and community.
Classical education is a time tested approach that takes advantage of the students’ natural tendencies at each stage of development and provides them with the necessary tools for learning—a wealth of information (grammar), the ability to think and reason (logic) and the ability to communicate winsomely and effectively (rhetoric).
In keeping with the biblical goal to do all things heartily, as to the Lord (Colossians 3:23), Grace Academy encourages excellence in all areas, especially academics. We recognize that while children are in school, they are called to be students. Thus, achieving academic excellence is more than just making good grades, it’s learning to respond to God’s call. Academic excellence and success in learning are the fruits of working hard unto the Lord.
Our dedicated team of teachers are more than teachers, they are life-mentors. They care intimately about their students’ educations, but even more, about their souls. Teachers at Grace Academy view themselves as partners in the formation of students’ hearts and lives. This is evidenced in the rich and meaningful relationships fostered between our teachers and students.
Grace Academy believes community is important. From our all-school family retreat to on campus movie nights, crazy hat day, moms’ prayer, fellowship dinners, service opportunities and more...there are many ways to get involved. We call ourselves the Grace Family because we really are, like family.
No matter how much education is packed into the 13 years students spend with us, they will leave here with more material to learn and problems to solve. Therefore, our teachers strive to impart a genuine love of learning that students will carry with them long after their years at Grace. We celebrate the joy found in overcoming challenges and mastering new subjects, thus fostering a lifelong desire for intellectual curiosity.