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About Grace

 

Grace Christian School, established in 1973, is operated as a ministry of Grace Baptist Church. Grace is accredited by the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools and the American Association of Christian Schools.

The school's purpose is to assist parents in their God-given responsibility to train up their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. The faculty of the school seeks to supplement the home academically and to complement the home spiritually.

 

Band Takes 1st Place at Nationals

Congratulations to the GCS Band which placed 1st at the AACS National Fine Arts Competition! Also, our Small Instrumental Ensemble, Julie Aguilar, Evy Beach, and, Kirstin Pfaehler placed 2nd at Nationals. 

Brittany Webster Presented with Educator's Award

Brittany Webster (Class of 2011) was awarded the BJU University Educators Association Walter Fremont Christian Educator Award. The faculty in the Division of Teacher Education chooses a student for this award every year. The student must demonstrate Christlikeness in relationship to their peers and teachers and in their academics and service to others." She also received a cash award applied to her school bill. Congratulations!

Staff Spotlight Wednesday

It is time for Staff Spotlight Wednesday again! This week we want you to get to know our K5 teacher, Mrs. Beth Kizzire. Mrs. Kizzire grew up here at GCS attending from K3 through the 12th grade. After graduating, she went to Pensacola Christian College where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. She began teaching here at Grace in 2001. Her husband Scott teaches at GCS as well. Mrs. Kizzire loves sewing, photography, gardening, and camping. The Kizzires have two small children, a girl and a boy, who are as adorable as can be! Mrs. Kizzire has traveled to multiple countries including China and Vietnam. We are so thankful for Mrs. Kizzire’s commitment to her K5 classes over the years!

Staff Spotlight Wednesday

For our Staff Spotlight Wednesday this week, we want to highlight Mrs. Kelly Johnson. Mrs. Johnson teaches Bible, science, math, history, and speech in our junior high and high school. She has also coached our girls volleyball teams. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Studies Education from Bob Jones University. Mrs. Johnson intended to begin teaching as soon as she graduated from BJU. However, God opened a job for her in the banking industry and she remained there for eight years. Five of those years were spent as a corporate trainer. After her second child was born, she retired from the corporate world and worked part-time as a church secretary. God led her to begin teaching at Grace in 2012. Mrs. Johnson and her husband, Matt, have been married for 16 years. They have three children who currently attend GCS in the 2nd, 5th, and 8th grades. Matt worked in local law enforcement for 15 years then accepted the position of Lexington County Magistrate. Mrs. Johnson loves Auburn football, Atlanta Braves baseball, volleyball, reading, and cooking. Kelly Johnson is a hard worker and we are so glad to have her teaching here at GCS!

Students Attend Legislative Breakfast

Four GCS students were selected to attend the SC Association of Christian School's State Legislative Breakfast at the State House in Columbia on Thursday, January 23, with Administrator Tim Stevens. Those students were Travis Belyus, Lauren Blackmon, Katelin Harper, and Justin Townsend. The students ate breakfast with Mr. Stevens and got a chance to interact with students from other schools and legislators from around the state. After a short challenge from Mr. Ed Earwood, Executive Director of SCACS, the students were able to tour the State House and be recognized in the SC House of Representatives.