1. Returning students in good standing will have first priority to re-enroll.
  2. Members of Covenant Presbyterian Church in good standing have priority for their child’s new student admission over those outside the church.
  3. For families who are not members of Covenant OPC, one parent or guardian must be an active member of an evangelical church, and be able to provide a pastoral reference affirming their good standing from their church.
  4. Any new student must have the approval of the Grace Christian School Board, following an academic evaluation and interview with the parent or guardian and student.
  5. Re-enrollment at Grace Christian School depends on a student’s academic progress, attitude, and positive interaction with fellow students.
  6. Decisions for admission are at the sole discretion of Grace Christian School Board of Directors.


  • The things I learned at Grace, both inside and outside the classroom, benefited me all the way through high school and into college.
    Connor, former student
  • My girls got a wonderful education and enjoyed the individual attention in the small multi-grade classes.
    Georgia, parent of former students
  • One of my favorite parts, aside from academia, was the camaraderie with the students and parents.
    Alison, former student
  • Because of the outstanding academic preparation... our students had a huge academic advantage over their peers when they entered high school.
    Parent of three graduates
  • My grandson is learning so much and far above the curve of other schools.
    Kathy, grandparent of a current student
  • The respect for authority and work ethics promoted at this school, coupled with biblical principles and training are reasons that I would recommend GCS...
    Brian, parent of former students
  • Grace Christian has been an ideal learning environment for our daughter.
    Becky, parent of a former student
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