Academics at Greenville Christian Academy
Excellence at Every Age & Stage
Our preschool programs foster an early excitement about learning and lay the foundation for a successful kindergarten experience. We have classes for both three and four-year-olds. Students begin phonics instruction, develop early writing skills, and have ample opportunities for learning through manipulatives.
It is amazing to see the transformation a five-year-old can make throughout kindergarten. At GCA, they receive intensive phonics instruction, learn to write in cursive, and engage in a traditional math curriculum. Kindergarten classes are led by caring, Christian teachers who provide a high level of individualized attention.
Elementary School (Grades 1-6)
During these formative years, students develop lifelong thinking habits. Our teachers foster critical thinking skills across all subject areas, and as a result, their students become confident learners. Our elementary program instills Christian values while emphasizing patriotism and American exceptionalism.
Middle School (Grades 7-8)
Middle school is a stepping stone for our rigorous high school program. Students develop organizational skills to thrive academically while balancing extracurricular activities and social commitments. Middle school teachers provide strong spiritual training and mentorship to strengthen each student’s biblical worldview.
High School (Grades 9-12)
As students prepare for the real world, we ramp up training on reason and logic so our high school graduates emerge as independent thinkers. An elite level of college preparatory classes, strong biblical training, and a wide variety of enriching extracurriculars create well-rounded graduates who are able to step confidently into their future.
Why Do Parents Choose Greenville Christian Academy?
Our Values Align
You can rest assured that the Christian values you’ve instilled at home will be strengthened, not torn down.
Healthy Tech Use
We care about your child’s digital safety, and utilize technology in an age-appropriate way. Computer classes begin in first grade with specialized courses available for older students in areas such as coding and computer programming.
College Dual Enrollment
Parents love that their high schoolers can get a jump start on college without ever leaving the safety of our campus. We offer dual enrollment classes in English, literature, algebra, and science.