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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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May 27, 10:03 PM ET
Congratulations to the Grace Academy Class of 2016!
May 27, 9:47 AM ET
Our last senior to spotlight from the Class of 2016 is Austin Walls. Austin has been at Grace Academy since 8th grade and plans to major in Civil Engineering at Chattanooga State next year. He has always enjoyed building and knew he wanted to make it his career after job shadowing at Compass Engineering this spring. We asked Austin what he would miss most about GBA and he said, "The people. My teammates. I have been in Mrs. Barry's class for the last 5 years and she has always encouraged me to do my best. Tiff Wilkes is just a great teacher that leads a fun class. Strength and Fitness class has a relaxed atmosphere, but she always pushes us to work hard. I will miss my teachers."
May 27, 7:39 AM ET
Congratulations, Jared!
May 25, 11:11 AM ET
Senior, Jessie Vincent has been at Grace Academy for 3 years and plans to attend Shorter University to major in Nursing. After witnessing a family friend's birth, Jessie knew God was calling her to become a midwife. We asked Jessie what she looks forward to most after graduation and she said, "No summer reading! Just kidding. This year, I tried out for cheer leading and I really enjoyed it. So I'm looking forward to having a bit more freedom to explore more things outside my comfort zone."
May 25, 10:54 AM ET
Homecoming Queen and senior, Katie "Ween" Stead has attended Grace Academy for 12 years. She would like to take a gap year before college through Youth With A Mission overseas. No matter what career Ween chooses, she plans to serve those in need for God's glory. We asked Ween her favorite memory from her senior year has been and she said, "Our senior trip to Costa Rica. God was really working in my life during the entire trip, and I could see Him working in the lives of the people around me. We grew closer as a class than I ever thought possible. It was a life changing experience."
May 24, 8:10 PM ET
It's our first annual GBA Lower School Family Night at the Chattanooga Zoo! We have the whole place to ourselves and we're having a blast!
May 24, 3:13 PM ET
Senior, Danielle Shumaker has been at GBA for 5 years, and plans to attend Lee University next year. She will be working at Lake Ann Camp in Michigan this summer. This will be a full circle moment for Danielle because she dedicated her life to the Lord there when she was 12 years old. We asked Danielle what advice she would give to the upcoming seniors and she said, "Make the most of your year. Participate in things that take you out of your comfort zone because those are the most fun experiences I've had. Always have a good attitude and encourage other to do their best."
May 24, 2:28 PM ET
Senior, Tommy Short has been at Grace Academy since Kindergarten, and plans to join the Navy after graduating. After a career in the Navy he would like to work as a machinist for Norfolk Southern Railroad. We asked Tommy what he would miss most about GBA and he said, "The teachers and students, but especially Coach Ateca. He's my buddy and we get along real well. I know I can talk to him about anything."
May 23, 2:33 PM ET
Congratulations, Miriam!
May 23, 1:26 PM ET
Senior, Caleb Sanders has been at Grace Academy for 13 years, and plans to attend Chattanooga State after graduating. Caleb enjoys traveling and would like to go back to Costa Rica soon to help the pastor he met while there on his senior trip, and continue help build the church. We asked Caleb what his favorite memory has been from his senior year and he said, "Making playoffs in football this season. I became alot more involved this year as a wide receiver, and even made All District. We had a new coach, Coach Mo, and he was so passionate about football and really appreciated his players. I was able to form a friendship with him, and I know that will continue after graduation."