4900 Jackson Street

Alexandria, LA  71303

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pumpkin-hi.pngGrace Harvest Festival is coming soon! Wednesday, October 26 in the gym. 5:30-7:30 PM. Chili supper served at 6:00 PM. There will be games, slide, prizes and candy. Dress in non-scary/no blood costumes. Candy donations are needed. Please bring a bag of individually wrapped candy to the event or you can drop it off in the office or Children’s Church room. Children up to 6th grade are welcome.


Elementary Director Brandi Roberts is pleased to announce the October Students of the Month, Ava Dore' and Tye Tarver. 


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Ava Dore' and her teacher, Mickey Molan.


Ava is a fifth grade students in Mickey Molan's class.  Ava was nominated for her  "heart of gold" and willingness to go the extra mile with her school work.  Ava always has a smile on her face and a great attitude.  At age 3, Ava was diagnosed with ALL acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.  She competed treatment in 2011, and is now cancer free.  She wants to be a doctor one day.  Her hobbies are swimming and playing with her American Girl dolls.  She has an older sister, Bailey, who is a senior.  Proud parents are Andrew and Marianne Dore'.  

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Tye Tarver and Karen Pickard

Tye is a first grade student in Mrs. Karen Pickard's class.  He was nominated not only because be is solid academically, but because he also has a solid character​ and a solid understanding of Christianity.  Mrs. Karen explained that Tye is always quick to offer encouragement to his fellow students and stays on task in class.  When he grows up, he wants to be President of the United States.  He enjoys basketball and traveling with his family.  Proud parents are William and Shirrea Tarver.  

Grace salutes you, Ava and Tye! ​​


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DSC_0234.JPGCongratulations to our first "Spirit of a Warrior" winners for the new school year. Junior high and high school teachers each nominated one student based on their attitude and interaction with fellow students. We are proud that Karly Atkinson and Jenna Mouliere were chosen as our winners. They are off having lunch at Los Portales right now with Coach Moreau. We are proud of you, ladies!

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Grace Christian is proud to announce Richie Wakefield is a National Merit Semifinalist in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. To be considered as a Semifinalist a student must score in the top 99 percentile of the PSAT taken in their junior year of high school. There were only two semi-finalists in central Louisiana.

Richie has been a Grace Christian student since elementary school. He is involved with several school activities but academics always comes first. Richie has taken advantage of college courses in science and math during his summers because of strong interest and excellence in these fields. Richie is involved with several school activities including National Honor Society, Beta Club, and Student Council. Several seniors including Richie visited Denham Springs earlier this year to assist with flood clean up at several homes and a church. He is the son of Terry and Richard Wakefield of Pineville.

A semifinalist is considered for several prestigious scholarships based on SAT scores and a comprehensive scholarship application. Congratulations to Richie Wakefield for this outstanding achievement.​



Moms in Prayer Meets each Tuesday morning at 7:45 a.m. to prayer for our school.  Join us in the library before you head out to start your day.   



For additional information or to schedule a visit, please call us at (318)445-8735 or contact:

High School Office                         Elementary Office

6th through 12th grade                   Pre-K through 5th grade

(318)449-9031                                   (318)484-3960