Whether it’s carline, athletics or field trips, our top priority is the safety of our students, staff and families. With that in mind, we offer a number of transportation conveniences.

Grace Transportation Services

Safety is of the utmost priority when transporting our students, faculty and staff. We follow the recommended standards of the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA). All vehicles undergo daily safety inspections and we perform all scheduled maintenance as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.

AM & PM Busing

We offer a transportation service to and from school for our families in the Moore and Harnett County areas.

Pick up and drop offs are at designated public locations at scheduled times with a grace period of 5 minutes. The bus driver will leave no child unattended, and pickups must be made by an authorized pickup person. You will find the exact times and locations we service on our School Transportation Registration Form.

Transportation Service Fees & Registration

Annual transportation contracts are available as one-way or round-trip. A transportation registration form must be on file in the school office prior to a student using GCS transportation. Daily transportation is also offered if seating is available at a rate of $10 per trip per child ($20 round trip per child). Fees are charged directly to the student’s FACTS account in monthly installments over 10 months.

Annual Transportation Service Fees

Number of ChildrenRound TripOne Way Trip
1$1800$1150
2$2300$1350
3+$2550$1800

Register for School Transportation

Athletics & Field Trips

Grace maintains several buses and vans for transportation of students and teachers to field trips, and GCS athletic teams and coaches to away games and meets.

Carline

We have roughly 750 vehicles come through our campus each day. We have carefully-planned carline protocols for morning dropoff and afternoon pickup to insure the safety of our students, staff and drivers.

Brief explanation of carline protocol. Generalities that are likely not to change, but detailed enough to help new/prospective parents understand. What NOT to do. Will also exemplify how much we’ve got it together.

Morning Drop Off

The morning drop off begins at 7:15 am when the Grace Café begins serving breakfast. Student must report to class by the time designated for their grade — times are staggered from 7:50 am to 8:10 am to help safely manage the volume of traffic in our parking lots. Please follow the signs and obey the crossing guards. Students should be dropped off in the designated areas where they will be greeted by staff to have their temperature checked. Please do not drop off students by the gym or in the parking lot. If you have a reason to park and visit the school office, please use the crosswalks.

Afternoon Pickup

Students are released for pickup on a staggered schedule in order for carline to move efficiently and avoid backup onto the highway. Please do not arrive on campus until your oldest student’s pickup time.

  • K-2nd 2:40pm
  • 3rd – 5th 2:55pm
  • 6th – 12th 3:10pm

If you need to drop off late or pick up early, please visit the school office. For your convenience, Extended Care is available for a separate fee. Before School Care is available starting at 6:30am, and After School Care is available through 6:30pm.

Authorized Pickup Persons

We require that anyone picking up your student be on your approved pickup list, or that you have previously notified the school office of a special pickup person for a specific day. You will complete an Authorized Pickup Form at the beginning of the school year. You may update your authorized pickup list by submitting a revised form to the school office.

In addition, each family will be provided a named plaque to display on the dash of your vehicle during pickup to help our staff quickly get to know you and your vehicle.

Student Drivers

Students with a valid North Carolina driver’s license may drive on campus. Students must register their vehicles and present their license information to the school office. A student vehicle sticker must be visible on the rear windshield of the vehicle. Motorcycles are not permitted as student vehicles.

Driving to school is a privilege. If a student abuses this privilege by violating the law or school rules, it will be revoked. Students who wish to drive on campus are expected to abide by the following rules:

  • Limit speed to 10 mph on campus
  • Park in the south lot, second and third row from the cemetery
  • Students are not permitted to go to their vehicles during the school day without permission. If a student forgets something in his or her vehicle, then they must get a pass from the office in order to retrieve the article.
  • Any student who rides with another student must provide written permission from parent/guardian to the school office.
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