Applications for admission are completed and submitted online. In addition to student information, the admission application asks for referrals from current teachers, school principal, and your family's church, along with a non-refundable $150 application fee. If you would like to be considered for a tuition scholarship, a separate FACTS Tuition Scholarship application is required.
Applying for Admission
Once you create an account, the email verification process takes a few minutes. Upon verification, create a New Student Application for each child applying to Grace Academy. We recommend reading An Introduction to Classical Education in order to answer a few questions in the application. When you pay the fee to submit the application, requests for references are sent via email to the individuals you listed in the application.
Additional steps in the process include student testing, requesting school records (when applicable), and a parent interview.
Connecting with Campus
We trust that by now, you've visited with us on campus and have met some of our teachers and staff. If not, please consider making an appointment to visit us. Our Director of Admission is here to support you from your first days of exploring Grace all the way through enrollment. Feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call the admission office at 650-503-9500.
Grace Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, or ethnicity in the administration of its admission and employment practices. However, Grace Academy is an independent, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) educational corporation led by a Board of Directors and is an independent nonprofit Christian ministry. As such, Grace Academy reserves the right to make admission and employment decisions on the basis of academic qualifications, religious commitment, philosophical compatibility, and adherence to the Grace Academy mission statement, statement of faith and other policy documents.
"We chose Grace because we were interested in a school that cares about the shepherding of hearts, not just academic excellence."
- Grace Grammar Parent