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Collegiate Academy (Grades 7-12)

Purpose Statement: The Collegiate Academy (grades 7-12) seeks to prepare students through spiritual, academic and social opportunities that emphasize their participation in God's kingdom by using the gifts and talents God has invested in them.

Theme Verse: And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ. Ephesians 4:11-13

Group pic 1Faculty and Staff took a break from their work preparing for the year ahead to view the eclipse!  Several students came out to join Mr. Smallman, GCA’s resident Astronomy expert, as the Gator team watched the eclipse using viewing glasses and a telescope outfitted with a solar lens.

Special thank you to Dr. Barbara Buckner, Educator and Development Specialist for NASA, for the solar eclipse viewing glasses, and to the NASA grant program administered by University of Virginia for the high-powered telescope!




Mr. SmallmanGunnar and IanTillPitzerFriends SmallerCollegiate students



Collegiate Bible StudyEvery Monday now through the start of school, Collegiate students are invited to come out and enjoy a great time with friends!  Beginning at 6:30pm on the mezzanine (come through the gym doors on the right side of the building), there will be a half hour of study followed by snacks, time to talk, shoot hoops in the gym, and a few other fun games.  We will wrap up at 7:45.

Snacks will be pot-luck style.  Collegiate Ladies: please bring some sort of snack (chips, cookies, etc), Collegiate Guys: bring some two liters.  We will provide ice, paper plates, cups, etc.

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Japanese HomestayEach summer, Greenbrier Christian Academy participates in a Japanese Homestay Program in partnership with our sister school in Yokohama, Japan.  This summer, twelve Japanese students are staying with GCA host families over a ten day period to experience American culture, meet and interact with Christians, and enhance their learning of the English language.  The group's itinerary includes educational actvities and visiting local historical and tourist attractions.  The visit concludes with a farewell party during which the Japanese students provide a meal and entertainment for their host families!

Pictured here, Japanese students visiting Colonial Williamsburg with their GCA host families during the Summer 2017 Japanese Homestay Program.




Scott ChandlerRecent graduate Chandler Scott has received a $72,000 Academic Merit Scholarship from Virginia Wesleyan College. Chandler has been accepted to the Joan P. Brock School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at Virginia Wesleyan College, where he will begin pursuing an undergraduate Biology degree this fall with plans to continue to medical school in the future.

In addition to being a full-time student, Chandler has accepted a four-year roster spot on the Virginia Wesleyan College Marlins Baseball team.

Way to go, Chandler!

Photo Credit Hobbs Studio




On May 20th, at the VISAA Division II State Track Meet, GCA Junior Luke Bussel placed 3rd in the 400M race with a time of 52.96 seconds and was recognized with an Honorable Mention All State placement. Luke also placed 4th in the high jump. Eighth grader Hunter Davis competed in his first State track meet and placed 5th in the shot put.

Luke and Hunter’s efforts led Greenbrier Christian to a 13th place team finish. Great job by our track team and to all of the members who participated in the state meet! 


Hunter Davis









Class of 2017Congratulations to the GCA Class of 2017! Graduation ceremonies were held this morning to celebrate the graduation of our Senior class! We are so proud of your many accomplishments and excited to hear about the future adventures God has planned for each of you!

We will continue to pray for God’s blessing over you as God’s purposes for your life are revealed!


ConnerDr. EthridgeRachel



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