When families are looking for a Christian school, they expect essentials like a stellar academic program, fine arts, competitive athletics, and spiritual development opportunities.

Not only do we offer these components that are critical to a quality Christian education, but you’ll find something different here.  At GCA, you’ll find a warm and friendly community. You’ll find a group of faculty, staff, and parents, committed to the same purpose: to see students growing into the individual that God created them to be. You’ll find a sense of family.

Contact our friendly Admissions team today, and discover the GCA difference for yourself!


Thank you for your interest in the International Program at GCA.  We are committed to Christ-centered, quality education and academic excellence in partnership with family and church within a loving, caring atmosphere.  If pursuing this goal is the desire of the student and his/her family, we will have an effective partnership, thus allowing us to develop a cooperative team effort.



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We invite you to experience our campus through an on-campus tour or a virtual visit.  Whatever your preference, we're here to share GCA with you and your family!



"...Grace has been way more than just a school for us.
Yes, the curriculum and Christian influence is unmatched, but the community of teachers and parents is like a true family."
-GCA Parent, Molly Marks

A Few Things You Need to Know

How do we differ?

GCA provides a commitment to academic excellence with a Biblical world view.

Students Enrolled at GCA

There are currently 1094 students enrolled at GCA,  representing nearly 50 zip codes.


A.P. & Honors Courses

GCA offers 26
A.P. and Honors Courses for students.

Grace Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Grace Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.