About Us

Grace Christian School is committed to nurturing growth in students through relationships, excellence, and service all to the glory of God.


Growth occurs through relationships. We desire that each young person has a growing and personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ as well as a caring relationship with his parents, teachers, and peers. Learning to incorporate deference and humility within relationships produces fruit that is eternal.


Growth occurs through excellence. Excellence in God’s eyes is doing one’s best. This is in contrast to the world’s standard of having to be the best. It is important in the development of self-esteem that goals be set at a challenging, but not impossible, level. As a student experiences success with his best effort, he is motivated to greater achievement. We believe in challenging students with this model of excellence so that they can achieve the goal of doing their best in their academics, extra-curricular activities, and service to others.


Growth occurs through service. We pursue the example of Christ in helping each student develop a truly Christan world view. The witness of Jesus Christ who came “not to be served but to serve” stand in stark contrast to a society often characterized by indulgence and self-gratification. We believe that only in fulfilling God’s call to service can one truly find happiness and fulfillment. It is in following that call to service that one can also develop the leadership skills that our nation desperately needs.


It is the conviction of Mason Community Church that the responsibility of teaching our children is given by the Lord to the child’s parents and then to the Church to support and supplement the parent’s efforts. In keeping with fulfilling the purpose and goals of Mason Community Church, the school is an integral and inseparable part of the church’s daily responsibility as given by the Lord.

Our Mission

In 1986 God moved upon a group of Christians in the Mason community to provide a place for children to be educated according to His principles. Seeing the influence of humanistic philosophy in the world’s educational system, these parents committed their time and energies to Christian education for their own children and the children of others who shared their concerns.