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But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint. 

Isaiah 40:31 
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Today, 4:46 PM ET
This week, we get to show our teachers just how much we love them and appreciate all they do for GBA! Please help make our teachers feel just as appreciated. Which GBA teacher has had the most impact on you and why? Leave a comment on this post or send a private message and we will make sure they see your note of appreciation.
Today, 11:47 AM ET
Senior, Megan Johnston, has been at Grace Academy for 5 years and plans to attend Chattanooga State to major in Radiology after graduation. She would like to become an ultrasound technician in a hospital setting working primarily with adults. We asked Megan what she would miss most about GBA when she graduates and she said, "I will miss teachers like Mrs. Poff. She taught me what it means to be prepared for class, and helped me to become a better student. I'll also miss seeing everyone from my class every day since we've grown up together. We will be going different directions and to different schools next year."
April 29, 12:33 PM ET
Senior, David Jensen, has been at Grace since he attended the Children's Center at 3 years old. He still hasn't decided which college offer to accept, but plans to play collegiate baseball and major in Chemistry. David will pursue a career in orthodontics after graduating with his undergraduate degree. We asked David what his favorite memory from his senior year has been, and he said, "I have really enjoyed baseball this year with the new coaches. The atmosphere is lighter, and there is a good balance of seriousness and fun. I feel comfortable talking to them about anything. They are more than coaches, they're friends."
April 29, 11:44 AM ET
This morning, senior, Claire McMasters signed to Lee University to play volleyball. When Athletic Director, Les Compton asked her what she plans to bring to the Lady Flames volleyball team, she said she plans to play "like a beast." Congratulations, Claire!
April 28, 11:53 AM ET
Senior, Amanda Houck has been at Grace since she attended the Children's Center at 4 years old. She plans to attend Chattanooga State majoring in Special Education. Amanda plans to become an Occupational Therapy Assistant so she can help people live independent lives after the loss of a physical ability. When we asked Amanda what her favorite memory from her senior year has been, she said, "Being able to have senior privileges. I like being able to spend more time and eat lunch with my friends. After graduation, I won't be able to see them everyday. I want to spend time with them as much as I can."
April 28, 11:37 AM ET
Senior night game for soccer is tonight at home at 7pm. Please plan to come out and support these seniors and their team. There are not too many more opportunities left to watch them play for GBA!
April 28, 10:40 AM ET
This morning, our PreK classes are learning about plants and gardening from Crabtree Farms. We are excited to start our own school garden this summer!
April 27, 3:03 PM ET
Senior, Miriam Horne has been at GBA since her junior year and plans to pursue a degree in Exercise Science. Her dream is to become a fitness trainer and create her own specialized workout plan to help people reach their fitness goals. We asked Miriam what she would miss most about Grace and she said, "After being home schooled, I loved the feeling of family and belonging to something. I enjoyed playing high school volleyball and feeling like I was a part of a team, and supporting teams at other games because I was a part of Grace."
April 25, 12:50 PM ET
Our next door neighbors at Morning Pointe of Chattanooga visited in our Lower School chapel today. Their choir sounded fantastic!
April 22, 12:25 PM ET
Senior, Alexis Horne is in her 2nd year at GBA, and plans to attend Dalton State College majoring in Accounting. She loves working with numbers and dealing with money, so she is pursuing a career as a CPA. When we asked Alexis what advice she would give to the rising seniors, she said, "Take advantage of the fact you attend a Christian school with supportive teachers. Having spiritual role models like Mrs. Poff, Dr. Euler, Mr. Corley, Mrs. Barry, and really all of the teachers, are the things I will miss most. Don't take that for granted."