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Greater Atlanta Christian School: At a Glance

As one of Georgia's largest Christian, co-educational, college preparatory schools, Greater Atlanta Christian School prepares students in grades K3-12 for success by helping them grow as Jesus did in wisdom, in stature and in favor with God and man.  Exceptional academics, athletics, and arts, small classes, and talented faculty help our students become leaders, critical thinkers, and responsible members of a global community.

Quick Facts
College Profile

Academics
  • Teacher to student ratio is approximately 1:8 in the Early Childhood Village and Elementary (K3-5th) and 1:18 in Junior High and Senior High (6th-12th)
  • Experienced teachers - over 70% with advanced degrees
  • All faculty participates in annual professional development

College Placement
  • 100% of GAC graduates are college bound
    Members of the Class of 2013 include 3 National Merit Semifinalists, 8 Commended Scholars, and 2 National Achievement Outstanding Participants
  • The Class of 2013 was offered more than $9 million in scholarships
  • Over 80% of AP students scored a 3 or higher on AP exams, earning them college credit
Facilities
  • Approximately 1750 students in grades K3-12 with all grades on a single 80-acre campus in northeast Atlanta
  • One school with four school-levels (Early Childhood Village, Elementary, Junior High, Senior High), two media centers, one science hall, one technology center and one student family center
  • Four gymnasiums, four athletic fields including a turf field, a track, a newly refurbished baseball stadium, an aquatic center, an athletic training facility, a soccer stadium and six tennis courts support our 71 athletic teams and clubs 
  • Fine arts programs are supported by visual and performing art studios, music practice rooms, the Clif Jones Theater with seating for approximately 400, and Long Forum, a multi-purpose arena, with seating for 3,500. 
Programs
  • Clear vision, purpose, and direction with integrated missional emphasis and faith-based learning
  • Project-based learning environment (BOOST) in grades 3-5
  • 1-to-1 digital curriculum; Apple Distinguished School 3 consecutive years
  • 18 AP/college-level credit courses
  • Globally connects student population; 19 Junior High and Senior High mission trips (US & international)
  • Leadership initiative - Imagine, Create, Lead
  • Unique expanded arts experience
  • Bus transportation offered to many areas in metro-Atlanta
Students
  • Racially diverse student population from 15 metro-Atlanta counties
  • Socio-economically diverse student population