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Monday, August 21
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Tuesday, September 5th
of Grace Prep graduates attend college.
The bureau of Labor Statistics states in their economic news release that an average of 68.4% of 2014 high school graduates were enrolled in colleges or universities.
Revolution of Grace
Revolution of Grace is an integrated character development program designed to enhance the mission of our school in partnering with parents to develop character witnesses for Christ. Grace Prep desires to help families address the challenge of spiritually mentoring our GPA students so that they are equipped in a variety of ways.
From Student Council, to Class Council, to Leadership Council, to SWAG, there is a place for your student to become a leader on campus. Each program gives your student a unique opportunity to get involved and make a different in their education. Learn more the variety of leadership opportunities that Grace Prep has to offer.
We are developing ways for our alumni to get in touch and stay in touch with our Academy. We are proud of our alumni and want to keep them in the loop with all the amazing things happening at their alma mater! It’s a GREAT day to be a Lion!
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Grace Prep’s 2017 Commencement Exercises, for the 24th graduating class of Grace Preparatory Academy, was held Friday evening, May 19th, at Church on Rush Creek. We celebrated the awesome achievements of 43 students who satisfied all of our Grace Prep requirements. Graduating from Grace Prep is not easy, but they…
Every Spring Grace Prep gathers at the Mahler building on the Campus of Dallas Baptist University to celebrate the successes of our high school students. The annual Academic and Arts Awards Banquet was held on Wednesday, April 19th. Our banquet this year was also graced with the beautiful music of…
The 8th grade took a trip to Dallas on Monday to visit the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum as well as the 6th Floor Museum. At the Presidential Library the students had the opportunity to explore the 9/11 memorial while learning details of the tragic event that occurred…
Grace Prep’s Women’s Tennis had a great showing at the TAPPS 4A State Championships in Waco this week. Melody Burris, McKayla Craig, Macy Noe, Claire Bullington and Ellie Parker all qualified for the state competition. Doubles team Claire Bullington and Ellie Parker made it to the state semi-final after hours of…
Grace Prep Golf competed in the TAPPS 4A District 2 tournament in Grand Prairie on Tuesday. The boys team of Jay Sedwick, Matt Hudspeth, Grant Chelette, Trey Kirby and John Bearrie finished third in district advancing them to regionals. On the girls’ side junior Chandley Baldwin finished fifth advancing her to…
The Girls Tennis team competed last Thursday and Friday in the TAPPS 4A District 1 tournament in Midland. Melody Burris finished fifth in girls singles, Macy Noe and McKayla Craig finished fourth in girls doubles and Claire Bullington and Ellie Parker finished third in girls doubles contributing to a second place…