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On behalf of Grove City Christian Academy (GCCA), thank you for your interest in our school. I trust our website will serve as a useful tool as you seek to gain a better understanding of our mission and purpose. 

GCCA has been partnering with parents since the early 1970s in providing children with a Christ-centered education that is grounded in the Word of God. We are a community that seeks to imitate Christ and the Gospel of Grace as we teach children and serve parents. We delight in the works of God both in creation and providence. “For in Him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through Him and for Him. He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together.” (Colossians 1:16-17)

GCCA aims to equip its students with the tools of learning so students can learn for a lifetime. Our students are trained using the time-tested classical method of education known as the Trivium. Our students study Latin, logic, and rhetoric. They have entered into the Great Conversation; they are developing friendships with Homer, Dante, Augustine, Tolkein, Lewis and many more. Our students are learning to think clearly, question humbly, and powerfully persuade their neighbors to pursue the true, the good, and the beautiful.  

One would think that if we are reading and studying all of these ancient things that we would be rather stiff and stuffy! It is quite the opposite. We love to feast and fellowship often. The students, teachers, and staff of GCCA are some of the most inspiring and delightful individuals you might ever meet. I hope this website will help you gain a greater perspective of who we are and what we love, but it is my greater hope that it might move you to visit our joyful community in the Grove, and that your children might join us as we drink deeply from the wells that are eternal and full of wonder.

In His Service,
Mr. Sidney Henriquez

Fall of 2019
A Christian education in the classical tradition.