Your child's educational experience extends beyond what he or she learns in the classroom. The daily routines, practices, and habits of student life are designed to help students grow spiritually, develop servant leadership, and build Christian community.
An important aspect of student life at Grace Academy is the cultivation of Christian character and spiritual encouragement. All students, from kindergarten through twelfth grade, participate in chapel services and assemblies throughout the week, including All School Chapel once a month. Faculty participate in a mentorship program meeting with Rhetoric students on a bi-weekly basis to offer encouragement, discipleship and prayer. Older students have mentor relationships with our younger ones and help provide leadership for chapel services as well as community service projects. All students also participate in a scripture memory program each year, and gather to serve our community through various outreach projects.
Retreats: Twice each year students attend a logic school or rhetoric school retreat that student leaders help to plan and execute. During these times, students participate together in worship, service projects, small group discussions, team building activities, and recreation.
- Team Building Retreats
- All School Chapel
- Scripture Memory
- Service and Leadership Opportunities
- Upper School Devotional Groups
- Mentorship Program
- Rock Ceremony
- 5th Grade Blessing
- Senior "Gala"
CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
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 organizations include:
On April 12, for one full day...Grace Academy will send over 450 students, teachers, staff and volunteers to partner with local organizations and serve in a variety of ways across the Georgetown area.
Students by grade level may be found around town working on projects for Habitat for Humanity, cleaning up local parks, planting flowers for the citizens of BiG, improving Key 2 Free living quarters, packing brown bag lunches for Helping Hands, blessing our hospitals, police departments, and more.
Not only does SALT benefit our community, it teaches our students, blesses our families, and helps grow our school.
- Intramural Sports
- National Honor Society
- Theater Club
- Art Club
- Chess Club
- Math Counts Club
- Latin Club
- Computer Programming Club
- Senior Italy Trip
"Having a K-12 body on one campus affords many opportunities for older students to invest in the lives of younger students. Seeing the kids look out for one another is one of my favorite aspects of Grace Academy."
- Grace Grammar Parent