Welcome To Grove City Christian School

“The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge, for the ears of the wise seek it out.”

-Proverbs 18:22

A Ministry of The Naz

The mission of Grove City Christian School is to partner with Bible-believing families and their churches in providing the spiritual and academic foundation that cultivates, transforms and prepares students to be Christian leaders who impact their world.

Welcome from David Arrell, Director of Education

Thank you for your interest in GCCS and for taking the time to find out what God is doing on our campus and in the lives of our students. We are thankful to God for the partnership we have with families to prepare students to be Christian leaders who impact their world.

It is our desire to please God by partnering with families to disciple students for Christ. We will employ every opportunity to do so. It is a privilege to open God’s word, the Bible, with our students every day in Bible class. We regularly worship in larger settings through age-appropriate chapel programs.

Beyond those basic hallmarks of Christian schooling, we want to leverage every aspect of school – academics, fine arts, student organizations and athletics – to incorporate biblical truth into the lives of our students. The Apostle Paul wrote to the church in Colossae to worship God in every area of their lives (Colossians 3:17 & 23). We intend to follow this example.

We praise God for the men and women of faith who had a vision of Christian schooling here at The Naz. We are grateful for their effort and sacrifice to provide a quality academic program in a wonderful facility on a beautiful campus. As a ministry of the church, we see the Christian school as just one of the many ways we help people take their next steps toward Jesus … together.

We hope that this website will give you valuable information as you prayerfully consider us as your partner in raising up the next generation of Christian leaders. Since it is impossible to communicate everything about a school in this format, we invite you to schedule a visit to see for yourself what God is up to at Grove City Christian School.

In His Service,
David J. Arrell, Director of Education

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The success of Grove City Christian School throughout the years is due in large part to countless prayers, hours of service and sacrificial gifts given. Support given to Grove City Christian School allows our students to receive a spiritual and academic foundation that will cultivate, transform and prepare them to be Christian leaders who impact their world. We are grateful for the support we receive through prayer, service and gifts.

Every gift regardless of size or amount is important to GCCS. We are grateful for your support. You can give online or contact us to learn more about the numerous opportunities for supporting GCCS financially.

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It is through the power of prayer that we have seen and experienced the faithfulness of God. We ask that you please come alongside of us and keep GCCS in prayer daily, as we seek to impact students for Christ.


GCCS welcomes our families to be involved in the life of the school. There are various volunteer opportunities available from assisting in the classroom and chaperoning field trips to joining the PTO. To learn more about how you can serve at GCCS please contact us.

The Arts

Where in the school can you find mathematicians, scientists, anthropologists, poets, potters, and painters? In the art room, of course! From grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12th, our art program progresses sequentially through its own curriculum and naturally becomes part of the inter-disciplinary process.

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He has filled them with skill to do all kinds of work as engravers, designers, embroiderers in blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen, and weavers –
all of them skilled workers and designers.

- Exodus 35:35

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