The School is owned and operated by Greenville Christian School, Inc., a Texas nonprofit corporation. Government is vested in a Board of Trustees, commonly referred to as the “School Board”. Membership in the Corporation is open to any interested person who, in writing, acknowledges Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior and affirms agreement with the Statement of Faith. Members aged 21 and older may vote and hold office in the Corporation. Board members are elected in December and serve staggered three-year terms.
To assist the Board in effective planning and policy development, several permanent committees have been formed to study issues and develop recommendations for Board action. Each committee is chaired by a member of the Board, with the remainder of the committee selected from the school constituency. Committees function in areas such as Finance, Facilities, Educational Program, and Admissions.
The Head Administrator is responsible to the Board to implement the mission and for effective and efficient day-to-day management of the School.
The mission of Greenville Christian School is to equip children of Christians with excellent academics, Biblical life applications and leadership skills so graduates are prepared to excel throughout their lives.
It is our prayer and intent that students and alumni of GC succeed in their personal and professional Christ-centered lives, and they influence the world through their knowledge, service, talents and resources.