Grace Christian Academy was established in 1994. Beginning with an enrollment of sixty-eight students, currently, we have about 269 students. We moved to our current location in the fall of 2002 and purchased the building in conjunction with Grace Community Church. However, each ministry remains as a separate entity.
The faculty of Grace Christian Academy exhibit a spirit of excellence in spiritual and academic pursuits. Administration has carefully chosen our instructors, selecting only those committed to Christ and education. Only those teachers who have turned to God in repentance, and have faith in our Lord Jesus Christ have been selected. (Acts 20:21) They are interested in individual student needs and will press to the goal of instilling a unique Christian worldview in them. Their motivation and desire is to… Raise Up A Standard.
WHAT TO EXPECT
An education at Grace Christian Academy provides a solid foundation that your student will build upon for the rest of their lives. Our goal for each graduate is to be fully prepared for future academic and professional challenges, they will meet. This preparation will give your students(s) an edge as they move forward as adults.
A small Christian school affords your son or daughter the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with teachers, staff members, as well as fellow classmates. Grace Christian Academy strives to develop our students spiritually, academically, and professionally. Luke 2:52, “Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.”
In partnership with Christian parents, Grace Christian Academy provides a quality education for K3-12th grade students. This is accomplished from a Christian worldview, with a spirit of excellence, and a solid commitment to Biblical standards of behavior.
Mrs. Cynthia Hummitzsch, Administrator
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
Richard Andrews, Vice President Jim Bruton Chris Cass Matt Matuszak
Grace Christian Academy has a self-perpetuating board. Board members are chosen on the basis of I Timothy 3, and it is their function to be the general overseers of the school’s operation. Additions to the Board are made generally from the parent population of the school who have proven to be involved supporters of the school and fulfill the mandate of I Timothy 3. At times, a specific function of the Board may be filled by a non-parent. (See By-Laws of Constitution)
The Board usually meets monthly. There is an “open door” policy, all Grace Christian Academy teachers and parents are welcome at these meetings. The first thirty minutes of each Board Meeting will be set aside for parents and/or teachers to address the Board with comments/questions. It is to be understood that the Matthew 18 principle will be followed before bringing an issue to the Board.
The Administrator will write an updated report after each Board Meeting. This is kept on file. The Board will hold periodic parent meetings.
Grace Christian Academy is an independent non-denominational private Christian School offering classes K3 through 12th grade.
Grace Christian Academy enjoys students from many different Christian churches though it is not formally or directly affiliated with any individual congregation or denomination. We do however share a building and property with Grace Community Church.
It is the intention of Grace Christian Academy to create and maintain an association with three local and independent congregations for prayer, counsel, arbitration.
Ecclesiastes 4:12 Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.
Grace Christian Academy is governed by a School Board that is responsible for the financial records and statements. We are incorporated by the State of Wisconsin and are a tax exempt 501 (c)3 organization. A copy of the letters of incorporation is available in the school office.