Expected Student Outcomes

A. Able to articulate and defend their Christian world view while having a basic knowledge of opposing world views

  • Students have a core knowledge of the Bible and interrupt events using a Biblical perspective, and they have a basic knowledge and understanding of other religions

B. Able to understand and commit to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ

  • Have accepted and have been challenged to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior 

C. Able to know, understand and apply Gods Word in daily life

  • Students will develop an understanding of the world in which we live and the ability to participate and adjust to their environment, on the basis of Biblical principles

D. Empowered by the Holy Spirit to pursue a life of faith, goodness and knowledge

  • Students are able to describe the character of the Holy Spirit and can articulate what it means to live a life of faith, goodness and knowledge 

E. Treating their bodies as a temple of the Holy Spirit

  • For  set goals for hygiene, nutrition, and physical health (Health Curriculum)
A. Well prepared in all academic disciplines including reading, writing, speaking, listening, and thinking

  • Our goal is to prepare students to think logically clearly and independently, and to offer an instructional programs that meets the academic needs of all our students 

B. Proficient in mathematics and in science

  • Consistently at or above grade level in mathematics and science, as measured through tests as nationally recognized merit 

C. Knowledgeable of people, events, and history (including church history)

  • Students have a core knowledge of the Bible, and can interpret current world events through a historical and Biblical perspective

D. Appreciative of literature and art

  • Students can express themselves creatively through art 

E. Able to question, solve problems, and make wise decisions

  • Students demonstrate the ability to question and assess information from reference sources, solve problems, and formulate and end result using reliable data, based upon the principles from the Word of God (Philippians 4:13)

F. Knowledgeable on how to utilize resources including technology to find, analyze and evaluate information

  • Demonstrate effective written and technological communication skills in pursing an academic discipline and education

G. Able to question, solve problems, and make wise decisions

  • Students demonstrate the ability to question and assess information from reference sources, solve problems, and formulate and end result using reliable data, based upon the principles from the Word of God (Philippians 4:13)
A. Personally to carry out the great commission

  • Our school serves the local and global community through mission projects and humanitarian acts (Matthew 28:16-20) 

B. Able to understand the worth of every human being as a creature created by God

  • Students are taught to impact their community for Christ. They have developed a Biblical, moral, ethical, and spiritual sense which aid them in the appreciation of the worth of others.

C. Understanding that work has dignity and the nature of God

  • Students learn to contribute purposefully and constructively through classroom job responsibilities, and teacher modeling

D. Actively involved in a church community serving God and others

  • Parents are surveyed annually to disclose church affiliation and salvation

E. Good stewards of their finances and time

  • Students demonstrates the reliability in the areas of time management, personal finance, and organization 
  • Grace Christian School is a ministry of Grace Chapel Ministries. Church doctrine, however, is not the focus of our instruction. GCS has over 45 area churches represented in our school. For more information about Grace Chapel Church and other Grace ministries, please visit the Grace Chapels webpage at www.gracechapelsanford.com

  • Grace Chapel

Student Life

At Grace Christian School meeting the needs of the whole child is our core goal. Spiritually, emotionally, physically and intellectually we strive to engage our students and provide them the opportunities to grow and develop the passions God designed them with.

Elementary, Middle and High School students all attend a weekly chapel service. Services at GCS are designed to provide opportunities for these various school divisions to engage in corporate praise and worship, and to hear relevant, Christ-centered messages from area pastors and speakers. Students are encouraged to showcase their talents through student led worship and share inspirational messages appropriate for each grade/age level. Parents are always welcome to attend any of our chapel services.
At GCS, we have a variety of artistic opportunities for our students. Art classes start in kindergarten and continue through the high school level, allowing our students to build their artistic abilities as they grow. A yearly Fine Arts showcase has become a much loved tradition at Grace and many of our students have gone on to achieve awards at state level in both music and arts.
This program is designed to meet the needs of Grace Christian School families during after school hours. This program allows for children to relax, play, or work on homework with our trained staff members. All activities are staff led and free time is adult supervised. Meeting the child’s developmental needs and providing a continued social, spiritual, and intellectual experience is a perfect way to compliment their education at GCS.

Grace Cafe

The talented chefs at Grace Cafe take pride in their customized, nutritious, cooked from scratch meals. Breakfast and lunch are offered daily and your child can choose an a la carte option or enjoy one of their 5 star inspired lunch specials. We invite parents to enjoy breakfast or lunch with their child as we are sure you will enjoy the quality and convenience offered at Grace Cafe.

Take the next step

Choosing a Christ-centered commitment that partners with your family and their future through education is not something to take lightly. Here at Grace, our Admissions Department creates a smooth and personal process that helps our parents be as informed as possible. Explore our website; then schedule a tour to visit Grace. We are eager to get to know you as well as to share the amazing qualities of our campus, staff and academic programs. We strongly believe that we are a ministry, not a commodity and creating a connection between your child’s educational needs and our core values: love, lead, teach, train and send is what makes our school an investment into your child’s future.

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