Grace Classical Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to the students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and other school administered programs.
A child must have reached the age of five years by September 1 of the year in which he would be entering kindergarten and pass a Kindergarten entrance screening administered by Chancy Bruce.
If a child has successfully completed the previous school year and his school work and behavior compare favorably to the comparable grade at GCA, the child will likely be placed in the grade for which he is applying. However, if, through the administration of entrance tests or other evidence, it is determined that the child may not be adequately prepared for the next sequential grade level, it may become necessary that he repeat the previous grade.
Each student must be prepared to submit to the authority of the school as it is delegated first from Jesus Christ, then through the parents and ultimately to the faculty.
Student acceptance will be based upon a student interview, parent interview (each conducted during the family interview), and the student's academic ability.
The parents of students in Grace Classical Academy should have a clear understanding of the biblical philosophy and purpose of the Academy and at least one parent must be a confessing Christian and agree to the Academy's Statement of Faith. This understanding includes a willingness and support to have their child exposed to the clear teaching of the school's Statement of Faith in various and frequent ways within the school's program.
Parents should have a clear understanding of our unique classical educational approach and should carefully read GCA's informational materials.
Parents are required to cooperate with all the written policies of Grace Classical Academy. This is especially important in the area of discipline and schoolwork standards, as well as active communication with the respective teachers and administration.