In order to become life-long learners, GCA students are encouraged to take advantage of educational opportunities not only in the classroom, but also beyond the borders of our school building by applying classroom knowledge to real life situations. In addition to local opportunities in the Greenwood and Indianapolis areas, students at GCA have two key opportunities to expand and apply their learning beyond the walls of our school, beyond the borders of Indiana and beyond the borders of the United States.
5TH GRADE BRADFORD WOODS RETREAT
Students learn about leadership and team building in this outdoor education program.
6th Grade Creation Museum
Students take a field trip to the creation museum to see artifacts and look at biblical history.
7th Grade Chicago Trip
Students travel to Chicago for the day and visit the Science and Industry Museum, Shedd’s Aquarium, and Navy Pier.
8th Grade Washington, DC
Students are given the opportunity to travel to Washington DC to visit, learn and experience our nations capital.
9th Grade Ski Trip
Students study the basics of physics and energy on the slopes.
Seniors take a class trip in May to celebrate the end of high school and spend time with their classmates before graduation.
Costa Rica Mission Trip
Students who have completed Spanish 2 and above have the opportunity each year to travel to Uvita, Costa Rica to use their language skills to spread the Word of God.