Academic Excellence in Your Backyard

Academic Excellence in Your Backyard

Are you considering how you will educate your child from Preschool through 12th grade?


Grove City Christian Academy: Standardized Test Scores Mean (Average) Grade Equivalent*

Grove City Christian Academy (GCCA) has been teaching students with academic excellence for over 40 years. Consider the following three hallmarks of a GCCA education: Christ centered, a proven method of education and consistent high test results.

GCCA is unashamedly Christian in all of its endeavors. It holds to the historic Christian faith that is revealed in the Bible. As a Christian institution it views Christ as the only source of redemption and truth. Therefore, all classes at GCCA are viewed as God’s possession “for from Him and through Him and to Him are all things.”

GCCA is committed to a proven teaching methodology that corresponds with a child’s normal development that has historically equipped students with the tools of learning. This classical methodology known as the Trivium is comprised of three phases of learning: Grammar, Dialectic and Rhetoric. Each phase also has a paradigm discipline; they are Latin, Logic and Rhetoric. These disciplines are interwoven throughout all coursework. As students proceed through this method they are equipped with the tools they need to think, create and engage the world in which they live with confidence, clarity and creativity.

While standardized test scores are only one gauge in determining the success of an academic institution GCCA’s scores are quite impressive compared to national standards. It should also be noted that the students who attend GCCA are not enrolled based on IQ test performance. They are, however, being taught with a method that is proven to equip students with the tools they need to think and learn for a lifetime. This method coupled with a biblical worldview has produced some of the greatest thinkers in the world. GCCA is a member of The Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS). If you would like to learn more about GCCA visit their website at and schedule a tour today.

Note: A grade equivalent score does not necessarily mean that a student is capable of doing the higher grade level work but rather that the student is scoring well above average for his grade level.