Grace Christian School (North Carolina)

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Coordinates: 35°46′05.73″N 78°44′21.00″W / 35.7682583°N 78.7391667°W / 35.7682583; -78.7391667

GRACE Christian School
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801 Buck Jones Road (K-5 Campus) and 1011 Buck Jones Rd (7th-12th Grade)*
Raleigh, NC 27606
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Protestant Christian
Denomination Non-denominational
Established 1983
Head teacher Eric Bradley
Faculty 80
Grades K-12
Number of students 780
Campus Suburban
Athletics conference North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association
Mascot Eagles
Accreditation ACSI Advance ED
Tuition $8,410 (high school)
$7,945 (middle school)
$7,425 (elementary)
School colors Navy Blue, Orange, and White

GRACE Christian School is a private, Christian, coeducational, primary and secondary day school located in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. Also known as GRACE Christian or simply GRACE, the school seeks to educate students in a traditional Christian environment. Each letter in GRACE is capitalized as it is an acronym which stands for Greater Raleigh Area Christian Education, the official name of the parent non-profit organization.

  • *The TK-6 school is at 801 Buck Jones Road, Raleigh; the 7-12 campus is at 1101 Buck Jones Road, Cary, NC 27606


The school participates in high school athletics through the Eastern Plains Independent Conference (EPIC) of the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) and middle school athletics as part of the Capital Area Middle School Conference (CAMSC).

The GRACE Christian Eagles have won four boys' cross country state championships (2011, 2012, 2013, 2016) in the 2A classification.[1] They have won state championships in girls' soccer (2016) and boys' swimming (2017). The Eagles have been runners-up in the state tournament in 2011 (girls' volleyball), 2014 (boys' cross country) and 2015 (boys' swimming). Their Basketball teams often lose to rival Cary Christian School by a lot[2]


  1. ^ "Cary Academy, Grace Christian Raleigh and Wayne Country Day claim NCISAA cross country championships". newsobserver. Retrieved 2017-04-03. 
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