Grace Prep High School Reviews
Rating 4.22 out of 5 23 reviews
I attended this school my junior year of high school. I was accepted with open arms. I would recommend anyone to attend if you have a chance. I only had a hard time getting there each morning cause I drove myself 45 minutes to get there in the morning and come home after school. This school helped me become a better person and improve my life spiritually. The teachers here are amazing and care about all the students. The administration is really good and well managed. It is very small but so worth it. If I lived closer I would have attended my senior year too and previous years of my high school life. It is located in a good location and is safe for students. This school is a lot like a family and I am still connected to it and stay in touch with many of my friends that still attend. The clubs and sports are well managed and have great opportunities to be involved in. I love this school and miss it very much!
I love the teachers and students. I would like to see Christian morals become more prevalent at the school.
Grace prep is a school that prepares you to enter the real world while providing an environment to help you through life
Grace Prep is an excellent small private school that is academically challenging, emotionally engaging and cultural astute in preparing students for life. A Grace Prep student isn't only prepared academically for college but also learns the value of intelligent faith and how to engage others in meaningful conversations. Grace Prep is focused on teaching kids to look outside of themselves and serve those around them. Any student who attends here will discover a unique educational experience that will push them to be their best and to give their best in all that they do.
Grace Prep has been an amazing experience for my entire family. Both of my kids have thrived at Grace Prep academically and are extremely well prepared for life after high school. Both have been encouraged and equipped to follow their passions. My son was one of a handful of students nationally to win a full tuition scholarship to college. My daughter has been inspired to potentially enter the mission field upon graduation. I cannot say enough good things about Grace Prep.
Small but diverse student population. International program that allows students a complete immersion experience. Personal attention and customization of educational program within reason, to meet the needs of students and families.
Grace Prep is amazing. It was built from the ground up to prepare students for life. Alumni attend the best universities across the globe--Harvard, Oxford, Penn, Georgetown, Vanderbilt...and even Penn State, Liberty, Grove City, and Cedarville. I loved this place.
The school focuses on preparation for life (in college or out of college) but the academics are top-notch. Over the last 15 years they have consistently had the highest SAT scores of any public or private schools in entire area.
Grace Prep is a very nice school everyone there is really nice it is kind of like one big family. I love this school so much I really like how small the grades are and you don't get overwhelmed to easily by the people.
The teachers are caring, committed individuals who have a genuine interest in the students. There are significant team building activities to help the students learn how to work as part of a larger group. They also have "prep for life" Fridays where they learn skills necessary for successful adult life (ironing, balancing a check book, fine dining, cooking, self defense).
Teachers have wide experience and genuinely care about their students
There are numerous sports options available, and partnering with another local school has expanded the options
A little more focus on academics and a better language program would be appreciated
The academics in this school are great. All of the teachers are dedicated to helping out students when they need help, so if you are willing to work hard, you can achieve good grades. The only drawback is that there aren't a lot of students, so not a lot of alternate classes are consistently offered besides the core classes.
This school is extremely small, with only about 60 kids, so there is no real cafeteria. Parents volunteer everyday to bring in a prepared meal that kids can purchase, and then they are reimbursed by the school. The food provided is usually pretty good, although there are never a lot of choices.
I feel prepared to tackle the real world.
For only having 65 students, the diversity was pretty high. We had a few international students.