We at Grace Community focus on the child’s heart and help each student reach his or her greatest potential as designed by their Creator. We address the academic, social, spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of each child with a Bible-based program.
We offer a college preparatory curriculum that is distinctly Christian regarding the philosophy of education.
• Established in 2006 Grace Community School is an Open Enrollment School (according to guidelines) and operates as an Ohio Chartered Nonpublic school.
We offer a college preparatory curriculum that is distinctly Christian in regard to the philosophy of education. We do not utilize a common core curriculum. Our curriculum is private and advanced as compared to public schools. On comparison we are at least one year beyond the public-school regarding academics.
• All elementary grades offer a high-quality curriculum based upon the basics of reading, language arts, and math. Our middle school academics offer advanced studies of mathematics, science, grammar, literature, and historical studies.
• Kindergarten students learn phonics and start to read by the middle of the school year. By the end of the school year they are advanced readers as compared to the public school. We also start cursive writing, the study of simple addition and subtraction, time, and money.
• Our teaching philosophy is based on the fact “All students are unique and have different learning styles.”
• Our elementary and middle school teachers are loving, kind, passionate, knowledgeable, have college degrees and are licensed by the State of Ohio.
• Our school is located on 4.5 acres within the city. Students love to walk on field trips, play on two different playgrounds and enjoy the green space.
We are an “Open Enrollment” school according to school policy. You are welcome to apply to our school whether you attend church or not. We teach with a Christian philosophy of education and invite parents to apply according to our admission policies.
Grace Community School recruits and admits students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities. In addition, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational programs and athletics/extracurricular activities. Furthermore, the school is not intended to be alternative to court or administrative agency ordered, or public school district initiated, desegregation.