Reach out to our enrollment director to learn more about GCA!
We know how important it is to choose the right school for your family because this decision will last a lifetime. That’s why we partner with you in preparing your child for the future God has in store for them.
Submit your student’s application and fee online. Please note that the application fee is non-refundable.
Student applicants are scheduled for academic entrance exams or Kindergarten Readiness Testing.
A Family Meeting/Interview is scheduled. This is an opportunity for a “get to know you” session with some of the administration.
Our admission committee will meet to determine acceptance.
Come visit campus beginning at 9:00 AM and finishing by 11:00 AM on special Wednesdays throughout the year to learn more about what GCA has to offer! Or if the evening is more convenient, attend one of our Open Houses from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Take a campus tour, see a school day in action, meet students, current parents, and administrators, and get all the information you need to begin the GCA admission process!
Our Open House is a great way to learn more about what GCA has to offer! Take a campus tour, meet current parents, students, and teachers, and hear from our administrators! Get all the information you need to begin the admission process!
What time does the school day start and end?
8:05 AM-3:05 PM — All students K-12
Our School Office is open Monday-Friday from 7:45 AM to 3:45 PM during the school year.
How do I apply?
All families must submit their application for each student online. A non-refundable $100 application fee is required to submit each application. To begin our online application process, click the “Apply Now” button above. You will be prompted to create a parent account. Log in to your account and create a New Student Application for each child. Please ensure you select the correct academic school year when creating your student’s application.
Do you wear uniforms?
Yes. Please take a look at our options on the School Days website.
What is the average class size?
Elementary and middle school classes (grades K-8) have an average of 20 students.
High school students have different academic tracks and can choose different electives, therefore actual academic class sizes vary.
The average graduating class size is 20 students.
Do you have a lunch program?
Outside vendors provide opportunities for students to purchase their lunch each school day, such as Arby’s, Jet’s Pizza, Lee’s Chicken and Fazoli’s. These purchased lunches are pre-ordered and paid for on your parent portal the month prior. Students are always welcome to pack their lunches; however, microwaves are only for grades three and up.
My child has special academic needs. Can you accommodate him/her?
As part of the application review process, we will determine if we can provide the services needed to support your student’s unique needs.
Is there security on campus?
Safety for our students, staff, servant leaders and guests is one of the highest priorities here at Granville Christian Academy. The most unique part of our security plan is that we have a Crisis Response Team who have been fully trained in medical and environmental safety as well as intruder situations. In addition to practicing the state- mandated fire, tornado, and lockdown drills, we have many additional measures in place to promote the safest environment possible. As doors are locked throughout the entire school day, any guests entering the building must be buzzed in by the receptionist and will receive a visitor badge. In addition to on-site video surveillance, all of our volunteers must have a current background check on file before being permitted to serve.
Is there a school nurse?
A full-time registered nurse is located in the building and is accessible to all students throughout the day.
Is GCA accredited?
Granville Christian Academy has been chartered by the Ohio Department of Education since 1997. Since then, we have continued to maintain the Standards outlined by the State of Ohio for chartered non-public schools. We are currently working towards an additional, higher-level accreditation through ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International).
Do you provide bus transportation?
Bus transportation is provided by your local school district. Please contact the local bus garage to see if transportation is available for your child.
If accepted, is there an additional enrollment and/or registration fee?
Yes. There is a $100 non-refundable registration fee and a $450 student fee per student. Along with payment of these fees, you will be asked to submit your Continuous Enrollment Agreement and set up your FACTS financial account in order to reserve your student’s seat.
The following forms are collected after acceptance is offered to Granville Christian Academy.
- Continuous Enrollment Agreement
- Emergency Medical Authorization
- Medical Statement of Physical Examination
- Over-the-Counter Medication
- Records Request
- Secure Student Pickup
- Non-Custodial Parent Release (if applicable)
- Immunization records and a copy of your student’s birth certificate are also required for enrollment.
The governing body of Granville Christian Academy, located at 1820 Newark-Granville Road, in Granville, Ohio, has adopted the following non-discriminatory policy: The School, by and through the operation of its educational schools, admits students and employs staff of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, or sex (biological sex of man or woman as defined in Genesis 1:26-27) with all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students and staff of the School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, and sex (biological sex of man or woman as defined in Genesis 1:26-27) in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics and other school-administered programs, and hiring practices. Pursuant to applicable federal and state law, the School may discriminate on the basis of religion with respect to (i) students who, in the determination of the School, possess and exemplify a religion or religious belief philosophy that is a harmful deviation in the belief system of and detrimental to the interests of the School; and (ii) employees whose functions serve the School’s spiritual and religious-based education missions or whose duties consist of teaching, spreading the School’s faith, the School’s governance, supervision of a religious order, or supervise or participate in the School’s religious education mission.
We always have fun, exciting news and events happening at GCA. We send our monthly newsletters home with each of our families so that they can be more connected to the school community and know of important upcoming dates to add to their calendar. Our newsletters also share updates on classroom projects, service opportunities, clubs and extracurricular activity information!