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National Day of Prayer

On April 17, 1952, President Harry Truman signed a bill proclaiming the National Day of Prayer into law in the United States.  President Ronald Reagan amended the law in 1988, designating the first Thursday of May each year as the National Day of Prayer.  This Thursday, May 3rd, is the National Day of Prayer for 2018, and Gramercy Christian School will be holding a flagpole prayer ceremony at 8:00 AM to pray for our country, our leaders, our communities, our families, and our school.  We are told in 2 Chronicles 7:14, "If my people, who are called by my Name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land." At Gramercy, we fervently believe that our God is a God who hears and answers the prayers of His people!    In addition, GCS  student representatives will be in downtown Newport from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm at the Newport Park ...

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Speaking of Good Dr's - Happy Dr. Seuss Day!

This morning at Gramercy in celebration of Dr. Seuss Day, our Kindergarten class presented our graduating Seniors with copies of Oh, the Places You'll Go!  It was so precious watching the bookends of our school sit together and read!  I have no doubt as graduation approaches, many of our Seniors' parents will be having vivid memories of their sons and daughters as they began school on that very first day.  Senior year, and especially graduation, is an emotional time for students and parents alike.  Although our sweet Kindergartners can hardly imagine being ready to graduate, our Seniors have the bittersweet gift of memory, and our prayer at GCS is that they will carry their memories of their time with us close to their hearts as they venture out into the world. More importantly, we pray they will carry the love of Jesus and the truth of God's Word and the reality of His Presence to all of the many places they may go.  Dr. Seuss's wish reads like this:  "You'll be on your way up ...

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GCS Fall Sports Final Update

Congratulations to our Girls JV and Varsity Volleyball and Boys Soccer Teams who completed their seasons this past weekend at the North Carolina Christian Athletic Association (NCCAA) State Tournament in Greenville.  The Tournament was hosted by Trinity Christian School and our athletes made us very proud in the way they represented both God and Gramercy.   Our JV Girls Volleyball Team, coached by Robert North and Jay Klosterman, were the Regular NCCAA Southern Division Champions and NCCAA State Tournament Champions.  Our boys Varsity Soccer Team, coached by Robert Hardin and Jeff Tyree, took 3rd place at the State Tournament and won the Christian Character Award.  Our Girls Varsity Volleyball, coached by Robert North and Jay Klosterman, were the Regular Season NCCAA Division Champions and NCCAA State Tournament Champions.   If you missed the excitement, our Varsity Girls Volleyball Team led Gramercy to a nail-biting win over Victory Christian Academy in the final moments ...

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Gramercy Students and Faculty Attend 2017 Global Leadership Summit

This past week, more than 25 Gramercy students, teachers, and faculty attended the 2017 Global Leadership Summit hosted at Cape Carteret Baptist Church.  The Global Leadership Summit is a two-day event that is telecast live from the Willow Creek campus near Chicago every August to more than 600 locations across North America.  Following the initial telecast, Summit events take place in an additional 128 countries translated into 60 languages. This year's Summit speakers included Bill Hybels, founder and Senior Pastor of Willow Creek Community Church; Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook; Marcus Lemonis, Star of hit television show The Profit and CEO of Camping World; Laszlo Bock, Senior Advisor for Google; Immaculee Ilibagiza, Advocate for Peace and Forgiveness and survivor of the 1994 Rwandan genocide; and many more.   Faculty and students alike were challenged to set goals, develop grit, maintain hope, and demonstrate love, while pursuing joyful careers,  healthy familie ...

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