Grace Baptist Academy Holds PreK-4 And Kindergarten Open House Thursday

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Grace Baptist Academy will hold their annual PreK-4 and Kindergarten Open House on Thursday from 1-6 p.m. at Morris Hill Baptist Church, its temporary location at 1804 Morris Hill Road, Chattanooga, TN 37421.

Grace Academy’s Open House shows prospective families that their classrooms provide the necessary foundation for students to be successful long-term, said officials. “Our teachers are loving and nurturing, and they provide a learning environment that includes a challenging, yet fun biblically-based curriculum,” said Lower School Principal Nancy Cooper.

Guests will get to experience first hand what it is like to be a Prek-4/Kindergartener at Grace Academy. They will get to meet teachers personally, tour the campus and see where their child might be potentially learning. 

Grace Academy makes it a priority to instill God’s Word into their lessons, with hope that each child will be able to apply it to their lives and grow educationally and spiritually, said officials.

“It is an honor to be able to see our students hear and believe the gospel, grow in their faith, and become doers of the Word,” said Ms. Cooper. “We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!”

For more information, please TEXT or call 892-8224. 


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