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What grades do you offer?

Grace Christian Academy offers Pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade.

When does the registration process begin?

The registration process begins on the first business day in February for returning students and on the first business day in March for new students.  Returning students and students from association congregations who meet the admissions criteria are guaranteed spaces until the end of February. Based on open availability students may enroll throughout the school year.

What steps are required for admission to Grace Christian Academy?


New students will be required to complete an admissions application and take a readiness evaluation test to determine the individual’s level of development and their level of readiness for our curriculum. For additional information, click here.

What paperwork is required as part of the enrollment process?

The required paperwork for the enrollment process is listed below.

       1. Copy of birth certificate

       2. Proof of up to date immunizations

       3. Completion of the following forms:

           Application for Admission

           Authorization for Student Release

           Health Record, Field Trip Permit

           Consent for Medical Treatment

           Publicity Permit

           Honor Code

           Handbook Agreement

           Financial Agreement

           Rule for Acceptable Computer Use.


Students in grades 3-5 are required to sign the Honor Code, the Rules for Acceptable Computer use, and the

Handbook Agreement.  All forms can be found on the "Forms" tab on the admissions page of the school website. These forms can be mailed, emailed or faxed into the office.

Do you offer financial aid?

There are a limited number of scholarships available from Grace Community Church.  Applications are available in March and are due June 1st for the next school year.  Scholarship students are not eligible for rebates or discounts.

Can we schedule a tour of the campus?

We would love to have you on campus for a tour. To schedule a tour please call our office at (702) 293-3536

Where is Grace Christian Academy located?


512 California Ave.

Boulder City, NV 89005

We are just 10-15 minutes from Henderson and 30 minutes from Las Vegas via US 93 South.


When does the school day start and end?

The student's day begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m.


When can students arrive on campus?

Students may arrive at school by 7:45 am when there is adult supervision.


What is the dress code?

Uniforms are a requirement for all students Monday-Thursday, which consist of polo tops and khaki bottoms. The formal GCA logo shirt is worn on Thursdays and for all field trips. Uniforms may be purchased through the Land’s End or Tommy Hilfiger. Fridays are free dress with adherence to the school dress code policy.


Is your school year around or a 9 month school?

Our school is a nine month school that runs from Mid-August to early June. 


Does the school provide transportation?

At the present time, we do not provide school transportation. We encourage parents to car pool. Call the office for names of Grace Christian Academy families who live in your neighborhood.


Does the school have a lunch program?

Hot lunch is available as follows:

Friday - Dominos cheese/pepperoni Pizza


How does the school communicate with parents?

We believe in keeping the lines of communication open.  You may speak with your child’s teacher or staff before or after school if available or schedule a time to speak with them.  We also e-mail parents regularly and the teachers send out weekly newsletters. It contains general parent information, updates from teachers, announcements of upcoming events, items of special interest and information about school activities that will provide you with an opportunity to become more involved.


Where does GCA stand on the Common Core Standards

As a licensed school in Nevada, GCA must meet the standards of Common Core. This has not changed the quality of education offered at GCA, because the school was already using an accelerated curriculum, which easily met (and in most cases exceeded) the standards set by the Common Core.


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