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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUME 17 — ISSUE 2 92 GRACE Christian School When families at GRACE Christian School are asked what they like best, overwhelmingly their responses include "loving, challenging, caring and warm." From the first greeting, to the state-of-the-art campus, these adjectives accurately describe GRACE. Dedicated teachers encourage students to grow and develop through experiential teaching methods. GRACE offers the advantage of small class sizes, a technology driven curriculum and a rigorous course load that challenges students through faith-based Christian principles. GRACE is fully accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement. For more information, see our ad on the adjacent page. INDEPENDENT SCHOOL PROFILES Raleigh Christian Academy For over thirty-eight years, Raleigh Christian Academy has provided spiritual training, godly discipline and quality Christian education for thousands of families in Raleigh and Wake County. Raleigh Christian Academy currently serves students in preschool through grade twelve. Using a traditional approach to education, RCA's students have excelled in a structured, academic environment. Raleigh Christian Academy students thrive in a program that is college-preparatory, yet geared for the average student. And better yet, tuition at Raleigh Christian Academy is affordable! Make a difference in your children's lives. Give them a distinctively different Christian education available at Raleigh Christian Academy. For more information, see our ad on page 94. St. David's School St. David's School's prestigious academic reputation is enhanced by the way it answers the question Aristotle posed centuries ago: "Ought education to be directed more towards the intellect or towards the character of the soul?" Chairman of the Board Joe Knott answers that question by explaining that "St. David's School is not an 'either-or' choice; it is a 'both-and' proposition." St. David's students graduate as critical thinkers who embrace who they are as whole people. Students do not have to check their faith at the door to engage academically, and conversely, they do not have to leave behind academic excellence to engage spiritually. For more information, see our ad on page 91.

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