Granger Christian Prekindergarten seeks to prepare students to impact the world through a Christ-centered education. This mission begins in the early years as young children’s minds are open to learning and discovering the world around them. Young children are active learners. They thrive in an environment in which they are given freedom to create, explore their world, and connect with others. Our fun, hands on learning approach is designed to prepare children for Kindergarten and help children understand that God loves and cares for them.
The Pre-K Program is designed for children who will be at least 4 years old by the first day of school and will be attending kindergarten the following school year. All students must be potty trained prior to acceptance.
We would love to partner with your family to help your child grow spiritually, academically, socially, and emotionally this year.
GCS's elementary program currently operates one class for each grade level with an average class size of approximately 12 students. Elementary students attend a different "special" each day of the week like art, physical education and computer technology.
Our commitment to excellence can be seen throughout the elementary classrooms. With over 85 years of combined experience in both public and private schools, the teachers carefully prepare curriculum that meets or exceeds Indiana State Standards. They love creating hands-on learning environments for their students that not only help them build critical thinking skills, but stretch them spiritually and socially.
Each classroom strives to be a place in which students feel safe to grow in the way God created them. Biblical integration is seen far beyond the weekly chapel gathering. Daily bible curriculum, service projects and a commitment to prayer all help ensure a student is given a solid foundation for spiritual growth.
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With small class sizes and relationally focused teachers, each secondary student is supported and championed to grow academically and spiritually. Differentiated coursework provides maximum benefit and challenge to every student while ensuring Indiana state standards are met.
Secondary students attend weekly chapel services, and participate in community service projects that enhance and reinforce the tenets and principles instilled in the classroom. Several electives are available throughout the year like art, drama and BETA clubs.