Frequently Asked Questions

We do not have an official school uniform, but we do have a dress code.

Tops - Solid polo shirts of any color.

Bottoms - Khaki material pants, shorts, or skirts for female students in either khaki color, navy blue, or black.  Shorts and skirts must cover the upper leg two inches above the knee.

Friday Dress Down Day - Jeans (no holes or tears permitted) and GCA t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, or sweatshirts, and hoodies.

*GCA Eagle Apparel may be worn as a substitute for the polo shirt on any day.  

We do provide transportation to and from school by a bus and multiple vans for an additional but affordable transportation fee.  However, we do not utilize a route system, but have several pick-up and drop-off locations for your convenience.  For pricing, please select the tuition tab or visit the Tuition page.
The morning bell rings at 8:05 am EST for morning assembly.  We start the day off with pledges and prayer and have students in their classes by 8:15 a.m.  We dismiss everyday in the afternoon at 3:15 p.m. EST to load the bus and vans.  We usually have all the students loaded and on their way home by 3:30 p.m. EST.
GCA has used Alpha & Omega curriculum for more than twenty years.  This is our foundation for curriculum even though many teachers supplement with Horizons curriculum, especially in elementary school grades.
We only charge for ten months out of the year and even give a discount if yearly tuition is paid in full.  For tuition pricing, please check out the admissions page and select the tuition tab.
GCA is a non-denominational school and is not affiliated with any church or specific denomination.  We do not differentiate between any Christian denomination or Christian church.  Our mission is to focus on Jesus, the central figure throughout the Bible, and allow Christian love to overshadow peripheral beliefs and traditional preferences.