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Student Organizations provide an opportunity for social and spiritual growth. Students who participate in school publications, clubs, and activities are able to make friends who share in similar interests and develop character through public acts of service. 

Student Council

The purpose of the Student Council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and serving as a liaison between the student body and the Administration. The Student Council is a great way for students to learn leadership skills, dedication, hard work, and teamwork.  Students have the opportunity assume as much of the responsibility of organizing their activities as they are able, and where students are able to learn from their peers and sponsor.  The GCA Student Council derives its power from the Administration, and its prime objective is to promote school spirit, pride and unity.

Students are encouraged to maintain academic excellence and join service clubs that promote leadership, scholarship, character and responsibility. Specific guidelines, standards and invitations are distributed each year. A ceremony is held each year as students are admitted to the following groups. 


The GCA Beta Club is an academic honors program with a strong emphasis on community service. Students are awarded membership based on their grades (GPA) and character traits.Its purpose is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership and service among our secondary school students.

NAtional honor society

The Grace Christian Academy Chapter of the National Honor Society strives to combine the mission of the school, upholding goodness, discipline, and knowledge, with that of the National Honor Society. We are an organization that recognizes and encourages superior academic achievement while developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy. In the GCA Chapter of NHS, we prepare future leaders for global citizenship through each member’s commitment to superior learning, leadership development, school and community service, and the very highest standards of character. Being a member of the GCA Chapter of the National Honor Society is an honor and a privilege.