Grace Bible Baptist School exists: • To glorify God through the training of young people to be disciples of Jesus Christ. • To exalt the Bible as the foundation of all academic and spiritual learning. • To educate young people in a distinctly Christian environment. • To train students to become men and women of God who will surrender their lives to God's purpose and plan. • To prepare students to further their education in the college or university where God leads. • To challenge students toward spiritual and academic excellence. Grace Bible Baptist School is a ministry of Grace Bible Baptist Church. In 1972, Pastor Earl M. Johnson, Jr. had a vision to start a Bible-preaching, Independent Baptist Church. He began with a handful of people meeting in a local community college. In a short time, God led Pastor Johnson to purchase the present location on Rolling Road. The church experienced the blessing of God as people began to come to the saving knowledge of Christ and young families were added to the church. These were wonderful, formative years of growth. While attending a public high school graduation, a vision was born in the heart of Pastor Johnson to start a Christian school for the families that attended Grace and others. His desire was to provide an education based on the Word of God and that sought to teach, along with academic subjects, the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In 1976 that vision became a reality. The first Administrator of the school was Rev. Tom Gunther, a man who was saved and called to preach under Pastor Johnson's ministry. Through the years, Grace Bible Baptist School has impacted the lives of many young people. Many graduates are in full time Christian ministry and some are faithful members of Grace Bible Baptist Church. Many graduates have gone on to excel in various colleges both Christian and secular.
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Student Teacher Ratio
9 : 1
48% Male / 52% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
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