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Grace Valley Christian Academy opens its doors Wednesday

Liya Stephanian, a certified physician assistant, teaches fourth-graders Ryan Zhou, left, and Ares Palubicki how to use stethoscopes to hear heart and lung sounds as part of their science instruction at Grace Valley Christian Academy. Courtesy photo

All are invited to Grace Valley Christian Academy’s community open house at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at 27173 County Road 98, in West Davis.

The evening will include a special program with information about the school, an all-student performance, classroom tours and light refreshments.

Grace Valley Christian Academy is in its 14th year of educating kindergarten through ninth-grade students from Davis, Dixon, Woodland, Winters and the surrounding region.

One distinctive facet of GVCA is a team-teaching format. Students receive instruction not only from credentialed teachers at each grade level, but also from professionals highly trained in their fields, such as medical doctors, nurses, engineers, scientists and professors.

GVCA was voted “Best Private School in Yolo County” in the 2012 Davis Enterprise Readers’ Choice contest. The academy strives to keep its tuition rates affordable while fostering spiritual growth and excellence in academics.

GVCA is accepting enrollment applications for the 2012-13 school year and for the summer kindergarten readiness program, July 9-26.

Call the school office at (530) 758-6590, or visit www.gracevalley.org/gvca for more information.

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  • HappyMay 09, 2012 - 9:42 am

    This place is amazing... I am so thankful for the School and am Excited for their Open House!

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  • JohnnyMay 09, 2012 - 12:08 pm

    Grace Valley Church is a cult disguised as a christian church. The Academy is for the indoctrination of the cult children to keep the cult going. Everyone in Davis should go to the open house and eat their free food.

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  • BryanMay 16, 2012 - 7:34 pm

    Somebody needs to take their happy pills in the morning and learn how to not grossly slander a community serving organization.

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