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Welcome to Grace Christian School

Grace Christian School serves children from preschool through the 12th grade. GCS is operated as a ministry of Grace Baptist Church and is accredited by the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools and the American Association of Christian Schools.

For over 40 years, the goal of GCS has been to provide a Biblically-based education to train children mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually so that they may know and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. Grace Christian School strives for a standard of excellence that will be pleasing to the Lord.

48

Years In Education

1177

Average SAT Score

24.0

Average ACT Score

10.8

Faculty's Avg Yrs @ Grace
  • Athletic Program

    Home of the LIONS! 

    Students in grades 7-12 are offered opportunities on both the JV and Varsity levels.

  • Bible-Based

    Students benefit from both high academic standards and strong Biblical training.

    The Bible is integrated into every subject taught.

  • Fine Arts Program

    Performance and competition opportunities are available in music, speech and art.

  • Academics

    GCS has an academic reputation of excellence.

    Students reap the benefits of time-tested and traditional curriculums.

  • Testimonials

    • During the thirteen years that Miranda has been at Grace, we have never had the occasion to second guess our choice that we made all those years ago. The Grace staff throughout the years have all been loving, caring, Christian teachers, secretaries, lunchroom ladies, coaches, daycare workers and principals that we feel have always had Miranda’s best interests in mind.

    • GCS has provided our family to be involved in competitive sports, a high-quality music program and strong academics. We value the school’s commitment to Christ-centered education and have experienced God’s blessing because of the faculty and staff at GCS.

    • At Grace, our children had more than “teachers.” My children’s teachers were not only concerned about their academic progress; they were also concerned about our children’s spiritual well-being as well. Now that my children have graduated, if you ask them, they would consider their teachers “friends for life.”

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