Prepare your student for college and beyond, while giving them time to pursue passions outside of academics. At GAC, one way we innovate is by creating vibrant learning environments that give our students every opportunity to grow in the ways that work best for them.
Students enrolled in online courses at Ethos School develop crucial online learning skills. All classes and teachers maintain the same academic rigor and faith infused curriculum of the GAC community. More than 500 students from across the globe currently are enrolled in Ethos School. They collaborate and learn with peers from other cultures, further preparing them for the global workforce. They gain the flexibility to add classes, deepen areas of study, and pursue extracurriculars.
The success of the Ethos School model is being proven through positive testing outcomes, productive relationships between teachers and students, and the performance of our students.
“Research suggests that online, adaptive learning environments can outperform traditional face-to-face settings. Based on research and the demand for digital skills in the workplace, education systems are moving toward more online options. Top tier colleges are leading the trend by offering Higher educational degrees via an online platform. We are preparing students for college and their future careers by offering rigorous online courses. We have been very pleased with high success rates matching those of face-to-face classrooms.”
"Imagine your child discussing anthropological concepts in AP Human Geography with students as far west as Oregon and as far east as Kigali, Rwanda. Through its online platform Ethos School, Greater Atlanta Christian School (GAC) is preparing its students not only for their next step in college but for the global workforce they’ll enter thereafter."
“Providing high caliber options for our Christian schools is paramount to their success in an ever changing educational landscape. Ethos School sets a high standard by providing those options with both quality of program and structure in a faith-based context, something previously known only in higher education.”