Friday, September 30, 2016

K5 Students win Ice Cream Party!


Congratulations to Mrs. Ragan's K5 Class for winning the Magazine Ice Cream Party.  They raised the most money during our Magazine/Cookie Dough Sale.

Many thanks to several of our HS students for helping with the Ice Cream Party for their In-House Mission work!


Ring Day @ GCA




Friday, September 23, 2016

Monday, September 19, 2016

HS Bible Class enjoys reading to Preschool students!

John York reads to Ruth Yarbrough and Maggie Miller
Corban Walsingham reads to Kacy Sheffield and AnnaClaire Moore
Jeremy Greene reads to Sembler Harper and Perry Glenn
Carly Godwin reads to Ellie Harrison and Patrick Cox

Art For All Ages....Thanks Mrs. Richard!









Thursday, September 15, 2016

Fall Picture Information for Sept. 20th & 21st


GCA Spirit Order Due: Sept. 23rd



Comfort Color T-shirt & Tank - Color:  Bay

Comfort T-shirt - Color:  Seafoam


Comfort Colors Sweatshirt - Color:  Grey


Navy Shorts - Boys & Girls Style - Fabric:  Like Nike Running Shorts


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

GCA Volleyball Sweeps Memorial Day School

Printed in the Post Searchlight 9/13/2016
The Grace Christian Academy volleyball team defeated Memorial Day School in straight sets on Friday to extend their winning streak to seven matches. The Lady Cougars (7-0) won 25-7 in the first set, 25-5 in the second and 25-9 in the third set to clinch the match.
Through seven matches this season the Lady Cougars have only dropped one set, a 22-25 loss to First Presbyterian in the second match of a double header.
“They work hard together,” head coach Candice Walker said. “They play well together. They’re united in the way they do things.”
Walker said that so far this season her four seniors, Kaitlyn Holcombe, Sarah Castoro, McKenzie Brown and Addie Elkins, have emerged as the clear leaders of the team.
“It’s really all my seniors,” Walker said. “Sarah’s my great back row player. She’s my libero. She’s constantly good and the one lifting the team up. Addie, if there’s a down day she lifts the team up. Kaitlyn and McKenzie are just there and ready to help.”
As a whole the team has been led by its strong performance on defense. As the libero, Castoro sets the tone on defense.
“Especially on the court its like I tell my players that are needing to step up ‘be Sarah,’” Walker said. “What we would call a ball hog. She’s there. She’s digging the ball. Getting to the ball at whatever cost it takes.”
Sophomore Abby Mills has also emerged as a key player for the Lady Cougars.
“Abbie is going to be great,” Walker said. “She’s a really strong outside hitter. She’s definitely got that potential. She has a really good serve and she’s a really good outside hitter.”
The Lady Cougars traveled to Valdosta on Tuesday and return home for a match against RF Munroe School on Thursday at 6 p.m. and two make-up games against North Florida Christian on Saturday starting at 9 a.m.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Carpenter & Jones Conquer August Prep Invitational

Wyatt Carpenter & Daniel Jones


Congratulations to the GCA Cross Country team as they did well at the August Prep Invitational this past weekend.  

All runners improved their times in a very large field of runners from all over the State of GA.


Finishing first on the team for Varsity Girls was Lilah Widner; Varsity Boys - Caleb Carr; Middle School Girls - Abigail Anderson: and Middle School Boys - Wyatt Carpenter.


Special congratulations go to Wyatt Carpenter and Daniel Jones.  Wyatt finished 2nd overall in the middle school boys 2 mile and Daniel finish 5th out of a field of 166 runners.


Way to go Cougars!!!!!

GCA Juniors.... Rock the Universe


The Junior Class enjoyed a wonderful adventure to Universal Studios "Rock the Universe" event this past weekend.  They experienced Christian music's hottest stars along with awesome rides and attractions!





Fall Pictures: Sept. 20th & 21st

  Fall Pictures:

K4 - 5th Grades
Tuesday, Sept. 20th

K3 and  6-11th Grades
Wednesday, Sept. 21st

Cookie Dough Delivery: September 22nd








Cookie Dough Delivery

Thursday, Sept. 22nd

1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Old Sanctuary