At Grace Fellowship Academy, we are continually evaluating our curriculum. We are making sure that students have the most up-to-date,
rigorous, Christ-centered program.
GFA’s Bible program is designed to give children a strong doctrinal and factual background in God’s Word practically applied to life. All subjects are integrated with Biblical Truth. The Bible curriculum for K-8th grade is Positive Action for Christ.
Chapel and Devotions
All grades have prayer and Bible lessons in their own classrooms. All grades have weekly chapel services which are scheduled on Wednesdays at 7:30 am. Chapels may be led by teachers, students, and guest speakers. Parents are encouraged to attend when possible.
HMH Into Math is utilized for Grades K-8. Students and teachers are supported as they advance from concrete to abstract content through the use of models and math talk prompts presented. The program is designed so that teachers can easily create the environments necessary for teaching the standards for Mathematics with depth.
The Language Arts Curriculum encompasses reading and literature programs, writing skills, grammar studies, as well as phonics, spelling and language usage. Library skills are taught in all grades. GFA uses Shurley English and Purposeful Design to implement this program.
This course of study is designed to help the students become geographically aware, historically literate, and politically astute. Bob Jones University Press is used for 1st-8th grade, along with other applicable material.
Science is the study of God’s World (see Psalm 33). Purposeful Design is implemented in 1st-8th grades. Our Jr. High classes use the Apologia Science.
It is the aim of all these science curriculums to develop within each child a meaningful reverence for the almighty power and infinite wisdom of God. This helps the student understand the order and precision of the physical world. In science, the student presupposes the Scriptural teaching that God created the natural world. The world operates in His continual providence, and He reveals Himself in this natural world (see Psalm 19:1).