The GCA Middle School Leadership group spent time recently preparing for the upcoming "Battle of the Bottles", planning MS student events, mission projects, and more.
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Grace Christian Academy will host the 2019 Christian College Fair on Thursday, October 3 at 6:30-8:30pm. Representatives from over 30 Christian colleges and universities will be in attendance for students to meet and learn about the possibilities that exist on their campuses.
One member of the GCA Class of 2020, Sean Grace, has qualified as a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. This prestigious qualification is earned by less than one percent of high school seniors each year.
Congratulations to fifty GCA students in grades 4-7, who have qualified to participate in the Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP). This designation is based on students' test scores and their ranking of being in the 95th percentile in one or more subject areas.
GCA freshmen and sophomores, along with Upper School staff members, served in a variety of locations on Serve Day which took place on Thursday, September 5, 2019.
GCA Upper School parents, mark your calendars for one of the most informative evenings of the year at Upper School Parent Night.
You'll have an opportunity to briefly attend each of your child's classes and hear from their teachers as to their scope of classwork for the subject. We look forward to seeing you!
GCA graduate, Kobe Kelley, suffered a devastating injury last fall playing football for the ETSU Bucs. The Johnson City Press recently published a great follow-up story on his remarkable recovery.
Read what Kobe had to say about how God has worked in his life through this unimaginable experience.
Mark your calendar for the annual GCA Family Night to be held on Friday, September 27 from 6-8 p.m. in the GCA Athletic Complex.
This popular event is open to Pre-K through Grade 12 students and their families, and offers a fun way to connect with others in the GCA community!
GCA students, staff, and parents enjoyed a powerful visit from David and Kristi Francisco during a recent BTC session. David, former American Idol contestant, was hit by a distracted driver in 2016. He shared his powerful story and the redemptive power of forgiveness.
GCA third-graders enjoyed a great visit and learned a lot about their ministry partner, Hope Resource Center, during a recent visit. Each GCA Lower School grade level adopts a local ministry partner to serve during the year in conjunction with the GCA Core Value of Service.