Galilean Christian Academy: Small School, Big Impact

In 1987, Galilean Home Ministries began the Galilean Christian Academy as an alternative to public school for the residents of the Children’s Home and children of its staff.

Today, the school enrolls 60 students from around Central Kentucky, providing transportation from Casey, Pulaski and Russell counties.

GCA has the facilities to accommodate more than 40 boarding students, in addition to the current enrollment, with unique opportunities to serve.

In addition to multiple arms of ministry on campus, the community outreach group, “LIVING FourTen,” tirelessly looks for ways to impact the area and beyond.

The Academy, PreK-12th grade, is accredited through Alpha Omega Curriculum, a proven, trusted curriculum founded by teachers and educators dedicated to providing strong Christian values while promoting academic excellence.

A small teacher-to-student ratio highlights a wide range of benefits to being part of the GCA family.

With graduates in fields ranging from the U.S. military to emergency medical, students are encouraged to pursue their true passion and are prepared to train in their field of choice whether it be through college or on the job.

With Christian education, community service and athletics – Galilean Christian Academy is a small school with a big impact.