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Class of 2019 Graduation

The class of 2019, with 31 graduates, participated in their commencement ceremony on Friday, May 31. This exceptional class earned $3.8 million in scholarships and grants from various colleges and universities across the USA. Also, the school hosted its 54th kindergarten graduation on Tuesday, June 4.

GBCS is still accepting students for the 2019-20 school year

Registration is open for prospective students for the 2019-20 school year. If you would like a tour of the school, please call Pam Porter in Student Services at 301-868-1600 x 331.

ACSI/Middle States Accreditation Visit

A joint team from the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Middle States Association for Colleges and Schools visited our campus from April 28 – 30. They had meetings with the school board committee, admin team, faculty and staff, parents, and students of all ages, and they spent time visiting classes. Their verbal and written reports indicated that we have met all the accreditation standards and properly implemented our technology plan over the past six years. The school will be submitting a project proposal for the next term of accreditation, and if all goes well our accreditation should be extended to December 2027.

English Teacher Position for 2019-20

GBCS is looking for two English teachers for the coming school year: middle school and high school.

Candidates must be born-again Christians, involved in a local Bible believing church, and must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major or minor in English. Teaching experience is preferred, but recent college graduates may apply. Note: the high school position requires teaching an AP level class. For more info, call the Admin Office at 301-868-1600 x 320.

Varsity Boys Win the MISAL Championship

Congratulations to the varsity boy’s basketball team for defeating Grace Christian Academy 58-52 on Saturday night to win the conference championship. The boys finished as co-champs during the regular season, which was their first in the MISAL conference. Our middle school girls and boys finished as runner-ups in the conference championship games on Friday night.