The best time to visit GAC is while school is in session and the campus is alive with activity. We offer several Open Houses throughout the school year and can accommodate private tours. See our Visit page for more details.
We accept qualified students into grades K3-12 as space permits. Our expansion years are Kindergarten, 6th, and 9th grades. This is when our class sizes grow and we have the most openings. GAC also offers a Young Learners program specifically designed for infants to two-year-olds.
Online applications are available the first week of October for the following academic year. While GAC does offer rolling admissions, (we are able to accept qualified candidates throughout the year, provided there is space available) beginning the process early will help make the process go as smoothly and stress-free as possible.
Yes. Before-school supervision and after-school care are available for students in grades K3-5 through Encore Kids. GAC strives to serve the needs of parents by providing care in a loving and safe Christian environment. Children are grouped by age and engage in activities that encourage creativity, social relationships, appropriate behavior and positive self-image. Daily activities include snack time, homework period, organized/ supervised play, and theme-centered activities. Discovery Activities and extra-curricular enrichment programs are also available to students in grades K3-8 after school.
There is no specific income that automatically qualifies a family to receive need-based financial aid at Greater Atlanta Christian School. Income is only one factor that is considered. Other factors include, but are not limited to: family size; number of children; and family assets. Visit our Financial Aid page for more information.
No, GAC does not give out any scholarships. We do have a process to apply for need-based financial aid through the TADS Financial Aid application online. See the Financial Aid page on our website for more information about requirements and expectations.