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Grace Valley Christian Academy hosts open house, campus tour

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Grace Valley Christian Academy junior high students Michelle Acoba and Joshua Arias help second-graders Betsy Nakamura and Isaac Ishii use microscopes. Courtesy photo

Grace Valley Christian Academy is hosting an open house for prospective students, their parents and interested community members at 10 a.m. Friday. Families can tour the school — which offers education in kindergarten through ninth grade — see classes in session, meet with the principal and get more information about the curriculum.

Located on 20 acres at 27173 County Road 98 in West Davis, Grace Valley Christian Academy has a clear mission: to provide exceptional Christian education at an affordable cost for students in Davis, Dixon, Woodland, Winters and the surrounding areas. The school has met that goal for more than 15 years.
While many parents have noted that the school is “the best-kept secret in Davis,” it is clear that the secret is getting out. Grace Valley Christian Academy was voted best private school in Yolo County in The Davis Enterprise Readers’ Choice Contest in 2012 and 2013.

“Our parents are excited about the rich spiritual and academic education the academy offers to every student,” said Principal Sharon Broderick. “We’ve also worked hard to keep tuition affordable so that all children can have access to the quality Christian education we provide.”

The school emphasizes Christian moral training and top-level academics in an environment that nourishes the joy of learning. “Parents are often surprised at how much and how quickly their children learn here,” Broderick said. “They are particularly glad for our small class sizes and opportunities for individualized instruction geared to helping their children enjoy successful academic careers.”
Grace Valley Christian Academy is enrolling students at all grade levels for the 2014-15 school year. To sign up for the open house and tour, call the school office at 530-758-6590. For more information about the school, visit www.gracevalley.org/gvca.

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