Over Three Decades of Christian Service
A Decade of Vision
1976 - A group of families seeking to combine academic excellence and authentic Christian principles establishes Greenville Christian School with 56 students enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade Four.
1978 - The school adds one grade per year and establishes a unified campus by renting the Educational Building at the former Washington Street Baptist Church.
1983 - A devasting fire consumes the Washington Street Baptist Church Educational Building. Undaunted, the school family re-establishes classes at another location in less than a week, and the first elementary classroom building is built at the School's current location.
1985 - The first senior class graduates from Greenville Christian School, and the longstanding tradition of a senior class trip begins.
A Decade of Growth
1986 - The school's gymnasium is built, and athletic programs become an integral part of student life.
1988 - GCS receives formal accreditation from the Association of Christian School International (ACSI).
1989 - A National Honor Society chapter is established on campus, and the surrounding athletic fields are developed.
1993 - An annex building, providing more classroom space and a new library, is constructed next to the GCS Main School building.
A Decade of Blessings
1995 - The Elementary building is purchased and built with phases to add as more classrooms are needed.
1997 - Student service to the community begins with the Service Learning Project program.
2004 - The school's missions program, called "Be My Witnesses," adds an annual mission trip, and GCS is awarded Exemplary Status by ACSI.
2008 - A wing for 5th and 6th grade classrooms is added, as well as secondary and elementary computer labs.
2010 - 10th through 12th grade students began taking an annual mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
2011 - GCS robotics team begins competing through B.E.S.T. Robotics Program
2012 - A new high school science lab and additional restrooms were added in Phase II due to a fundraising banquet that raised over $104,000.
2013 - 9th through 12th grade stduents began taking annual mission trip to Lovewell in Shreveport, LA.
2014 - Student Artwork Show began.
2015 - 10th through 12 grade students began annual mission trips to Costa Rica. Fund-raising began for the Multi-Purpose Activity Center. Middle School and High School Destination Imagination teams advanced to Global competition.
2016 - The Back-to-School Student Retreat was introduced.