Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Friday, October 27, 2017
GCA BOYS SOCCER TEAM
2017 STATE CHAMPS
Collin Woodrum, Sam McRae, Jack Holden and Gavyn Albritton
De'Andre Rogers, Collin Woodrum, Sam McRae, Jack Holden,
Corbin Walsingham and Gavyn Albritton
Jeb Smith - Most Improved
Sam McRae - Defensive MVP
Jack Holden - Christian Character
Gavyn Albritton - Offensive MVP
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Bringing back one of our favorite Winter Festival logos for 2017.
Many thanks to Kim Mills for always working so hard to create a fun logo for our special event!
T-shirt order forms will go home soon. Make sure you check out all the hidden items in the design!
Article By: Carolyn Iamon, Reporter -The Post Searchlight. Oct. 25th
The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp was held in June at Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus.
The three students were Collin Morrison, a junior at BHS, Abigail Mills and Jeb Smith, both juniors at Grace.
They spoke of how they were each placed in different groups with people they didn’t know, and roomed with strangers. They shared how their dominant personality traits had been identified through a series of testing and evaluation. One test group used the DISC test and the other related them to birds with certain traits. For instance the woodpecker was described as argumentative, owls asked many questions, the ostrich avoids a fight and hummingbirds talk a lot but aren’t really involved.
First speaker Morrison related the story told by one of the speakers of a student who managed to graduate from both high school and college without being able to read. The speaker then disclosed he was that student.
Jeb Smith built on the bird designations, confessing he was a woodpecker. He stressed how much he learned from discovering who he is and what he can become. He is happy to have made new friends while at the camp.
The students were placed in teams identified by different colors and made up of people from different areas and backgrounds. “We were all different, but by the end of the week we found we had a lot in common.”
Abigail Mills said she had made new friends and learned a lot. She identified with the “I” people in DISC, strong in social skills who talked a lot, and was also a hummingbird who liked to avoid situations.
She learned a lot about teamwork and relying on others, especially when you didn’t know them.
In summary, they all said they had a lot of fun and learned a lot about themselves.
The best way to teach about the color brown is to bake brownies, right? Well, baking is just one of the creative ways Mrs. Morris teaches our preschool students. Oh, what a fun way to learn! Thanks Mrs. Morris!!
Monday – November 6, 2017
Annual Pancake Supper
Choose from 2 Seating Times:
5:00 PM or 6:30 PM
No Charge…Everyone is welcome!
November 18th & 19th
Middle School Retreat
6th - 9th Grades
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Friday, October 20, 2017
Congratulations to GCA's Girls and Boys Cross Country teams as they competed in the GICAA Division I Southern Region Meet at Liberty Hill Ranch in Milner, GA on Thursday.
The Varsity boys team captured third place in the region, just a few points behind Sherwood Christian Academy, and clinched a berth to the state meet next Saturday, Oct. 28th in Macon. Special congratulations to Wyatt Carpenter for finishing 7th overall and earning All-Region honors. Other top finishers were Gabe Parker (12th overall) and Daniel Jones (19th overall). Congratulations to all of our Running Cougars as they each set new personal best times yesterday or they were within seconds of their best time. Go Cougars!!
Georgia GOAL Scholarship
* Tax Credit Program*
It is time to submit your application for the 2018 GOAL Tax Credit. Click on the following link to learn about the program or submit your application online.
We were thrilled to have Miss Georgia 2017, Alyssa Beasley on campus Wednesday, Oct. 18th. Alyssa is from Brunswick and is a sophomore at the University of Georgia. Here platform is #RiseUp: Impact Through the Arts.
She has a wonderful story of overcoming disappointment and heartbreak and how God can create an entirely new path for your life.
Lady Cougars won the 1st Round of State (3-0). They beat Covenant Christian from Loganville, GA
Cougar spirit was awesome on Tuesday and it helped our girls team move on!
2017-2018 GCA Club Election Results
Student Government Association
President - Clay Wells
Vice President - Abigail Mills
Secretary - Jeb Smith
Treasurer - John York
Chaplain - Sam McRae
Parliamentarian - Gabby Hardee
9th Grade Rep. - Emma Benedict and Jackson McConnell (Run-Off)
8th Grade Rep. - Shelby Harper
7th Grade Rep. - Kassidy Widner
6th Grade Rep. - Emily Grace Tuten
President - Breanna Pritchett
Vice President - Carly Godwin
Secretary - Pooja Patel
Treasurer - Abby Bodrey
Senior Rep. - Jeremy Greene
Junior Rep. - Abigail Mills
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
|GCA Volleyball Seniors were honored last night |
at their last home game of the season
|Harley Cooper with parents Dia and Chad Cooper|
|Carly Godwin with parents Allison and Jimbo Godwin|
|Pooja Patel with parents Amituben and Ghanshyam Patel|
|Volleyball manager Breanna Pritchett with her|
parents April & Rodney Pritchett
Monday, October 9, 2017
|2017 STATE CHAMPS|
|CHAMPS HOLD NEW BANNER|
|Exciting afternoon for GCA Seniors|
|GCA Fans are the Best!|
|All ages helped cheer our boys on to VICTORY!|
|Fans gather to celebrate|
|Onto the field they go!|
|PRAYER - Great way to end the day...|
teams gather for prayers!