Student Life and Clubs
At Grace Academy, we recognize that students’ educational experience extends beyond what they learn in the classroom. The daily routines, practices, and habits of student life are designed to help students grow spiritually, develop servant leadership, and learn to build Christian community.
All students, from kindergarten through twelfth grade, participate in chapel services or assemblies multiple times each week. All students also regularly memorize Scripture together and serve our community through various service projects. Twice each year students attend a middle school or high school retreat that student leaders help to plan and execute. During these times, students participate together in worship, service, small group discussions, team building activities, and recreation. Older students also help provide leadership for chapel services and community service projects.
In addition to our Athletics program, Grace Academy offers a number of opportunities for students to be active outside the classroom and grow in areas that are of interest to them. From a weekly intramural program for 6th-8th grade students to a variety of clubs, students are able to explore their interests and grow in their abilities. Current student clubs include National Junior Classical League, STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Club, 4-H, Art Club, and National Honor Society.