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Bridge Academy (Grades 4-6)

Purpose Statement: The Bridge Academy (grades 4-6) exists to help students develop responsibility and independence in their work, build healthy relationships with others, and understand their identity in Christ and how they can be involved in His work.

Theme verse: Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12

Football helmetOur football program has a limited number of out of date football helmets available for sale.  These helmets may not be used in competition but make great mementos and can even be turned into a lamp base!  A unique gift for the Gator fan or GCA alumnus in your life.  Helmets are $25 each with proceeds going toward the purchase of new equipment.

Please note: When purchasing, we will provide you a waiver stating you understand the helmet is not to be used in competition.  Additionally, the interior components of the helmets have been removed.

Please contact Coach Austin to purchase yours today. 




IMG 0546Miss Skeens and her fourth grade class welcomed master electrician Mr. Bob Burton as a guest speaker during their mini-unit on snap circuits.  In addition to being a master electrician, Mr. Burton is a Navy and Vietnam veteran, grandfather of seven, and beloved father to our very own Miss Skeens!  

Our fourth grade unit on electricity ended with the practical application of learning about and creating parallel and series circuits using the Snap Circuits set.  Each student participated in helping Mr. Burton gather the components and put them in place on the snap circuit board.  Mr. Burton also discussed safety and the differences between the snap circuits and actual house electricity.  One of the devices powered a light bulb and one powered an alarm.  Mr. Burton created a real life scenario where the device students created, a water alarm, would come in handy if a basement flooded or an air conditioner drain became plugged.  

Guest SpeakerBecoming a circuitSnap Circuit Fun



Spirit Week PosterHomecoming is next Saturday night, Gators (following a day full of fun alumni events)!  To celebrate our Gator pride leading up to the big game, our Spirit Week will be next Monday - Friday.

Spirit week is an awesome opportunity for students and staff to enjoy shared experiences and have some fun as a school family!  

Our Spirit Week theme and days are as follows: 

Monday, January 29th – Friday, February 2nd
Theme: Salad Dressing: “Let’s Dress It Up”

Monday: Thousand Island (Tacky Tourist Day)

Tuesday: Blue Cheese (Blue Out Day)

Wednesday: Oil & Vinegar (Dynamic Duo Day)

Thursday: Caesar (Blast from the Past / Decades Day)

Friday: House (Gator Day)

Please refer to your email for additional details and important do's and don'ts from Coach Kelly Gregory.  Let's get ready for a great week, Gators!





Gator Wear shirts are now available to purchase through MySchoolBucks!  

To order as a CURRENT PARENT (if you have an existing account) using MySchoolBucks: 
  1. Log into your MySchoolBucks account

  2. Select School Store

  3. Select Categories

  4. Select Gator Wear 

To order as a GUEST (grandparent, etc.) on MySchoolBucks: 
  1. Use the Guest Link found here

  2. Under FILTER BY CATEGORY select GATOR WEAR to view all items available for purchase

 When the order is ready, you will be contacted for pick up.  If you have any questions, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Go Gators!!!!


Louka Spelling ChampEighth grader Louka Fetter has reclaimed the title of GCA School-wide Spelling Bee Champion today after eleven rounds of our school level Scripps National Spelling Bee competition.  Louka previously held the title as a fourth grader and is excited to now have an opportunity to compete at the Regional Bee, which is only open to School Champions in grades sixth through eighth.

A few of the words Louka successfully spelled included vicissitudes, dragoon, labyrinthian, and his winning word of Kilimanjaro. 

Congratulations, Louka!  We will be cheering you on at the Regional Bee on February 17th!




Congratulations to our Best Dressed Winners in today’s Spirit Day class competition!

Our "No Place Like Home" Spirit Week continued today as our students enjoyed a VERY comfy Tuesday at school with the theme of "Make Yourself at HOME" (PJ Day)!

Up next tomorrow is HOMEroom BFF (Twin Day)! We can't wait to see what our creative students come up with!

LS 1st 2nd 3rdCollegiate 1st and 2nd place



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