developing a christian worldview


We believe in our approach to learning

At Gilbert Christian Schools, we filter every decision through our statement of faith, mission statement and core values. This builds a solid foundation of biblical worldview for our students. Students are provided with rigorous learning opportunities that inspire and ignite their passions.

As Christian Educators, we have the wonderful blessing of helping each student discover their God-given gifts and talents. When students tap into their passions, they begin to own their learning while identifying their strengths and challenges. We offer small class sizes and feel the smaller class size gives each student a better learning environment and more individualized attention.

Graduating Class of 2022
by the numbers

4.0 or higher Weighted GPA
Of Students Will Immediately
Attend College
Are Pursuing
STEM Degrees
Merit Based Scholarships

Colleges Attended by GCHS Graduates

Arizona State University

Azusa Pacific University

Baylor University

Belmont University

Berklee College of Music

Biola University

Boise State University

California Baptist University

Chapman University

Clemson University

Colorado Christian University

Dallas Baptist University

Grand Canyon University

Harvard College

Iowa State University

Johns Hopkins University

Lipscomb University

Michigan State University

North Carolina State

Northern Arizona University

Northwestern University

Oklahoma Christian University

Pennsylvania State University

Pepperdine University

Rhodes College

Samford University

San Diego State University

Southern Methodist University

Texas A&M University

Texas Christian University

The Master’s University

Ohio State University

US Air Force Academy

US Military Academy West Point

University of Alabama

University of Arizona

University of California, San Diego

University of Colorado, Boulder

University of Kansas

University of Louisiana

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

University of Notre Dame

University of Washington

Vanguard University




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Exceptional Academic Resources


Gilbert Christian Schools believes that all students are valued and cherished. We desire to provide Christian education for children with unique learning styles including those who are gifted, or who have learning challenges. In an effort to meet these needs, we have established the GEAR Program.

  • Reading Intervention with a certified reading specialist
  • Tutoring before or after school with GCS staff
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • GEAR ELA or GEAR Math support
  • Additional accommodations or modifications in the general education classroom
  • Tutoring before or after school with GCS staff
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • GEAR ELA (modified instructionand and curriculum)
  • GEAR Math (modified instruction and curriculum)
  • GEAR Prep For Success organization and study skills course
  • Accommodations or modifications in the general classroom
  • Review all previous data regarding your child’s educational history, including evaluations and services provided in order to create the most appropriate AAP for your child. This plan may include student goals, accommodations, modifications, and recommendations
  • Perform academic achievement assessments and provide progress monitoring
  • Request further evaluation. (Information about suggested testing options can be provided)
  • Provide academic and other necessary interventions and supports for your child in the GEAR classroom
  • Access to e-textbooks when they are available
  • Students will be scheduled for two or three classes depending on student needs
  • Communicate with the other teachers of your son/daughter on a regular basis
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis regarding progress

We tailor our program to the needs of individual students who are enrolled in the GEAR Program. Class placement decisions will be based on input from parents, teachers, previous testing, current testing, and grades. Final placement decisions will be made by Student Services and the Campus Principal.