Nicole Orsino is no longer involved and they have no pastor anymore. As a christian bible verses are being reworded to meet the needs of the admin and teachers. Students have a high bully rate from admin who has no checks or balances just out of control. If your child has the wrong socks on they will be sitting crying. If your child has the wrong brand on even if their size is unavailable they will get regular tongue lashings. Run far far away !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is no longer a health school
Grapeville Christian School is a private high school in New Baltimore. The principal of Grapeville Christian School is Nicole E. Orsino, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 76 children attend Grapeville Christian School and identify mostly as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. The student to teacher ratio at Grapeville Christian School is 9:1. Greenville High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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Grapeville is a fantastic school in every way. They make evey student feel they have the ability to succeed and give each student individual attention. My granddaughter came up from Florida with social skills but lacking in academics. Grapeville has turned that around and made her hungary for knowledge and she loves going there. A parent.
I attended Grapeville for a quite long time and I have mixed feelings about my experience there but mostly positive. The educational aspect of Grapeville was great- there was plenty of one-on-one attention and many opportunities for students to review lessons with a teacher. The classes were very small so I made a lot of friends there that I stay in contact with even though now I'm in college. However Grapeville has a very sheltered atmosphere and much of its extracurricular activities are Bible-based. There are a few sports programs and clubs but I have to agree with the other post and say that I experienced "culture shock" when I began attending a secular college.
If your child is a trouble maker then this school would be good. However if your child is already a fine student and can stay above the influence then public school is the way to go. I went to Grapeville for 4 years a so-so experience. I went to public school my sophomore year and able to take AP classes and also participate in soccer tennis wrestling school plays and various other activities and clubs. I also find that Grapeville lifetime students tend to be very sheltered and experience culture shock once they get into the 'real world'.
Grapeveille is an amazing blessing to us. Not only does our daughter receive what we feel is an accelerated education in a Christian environment we have been incredibly pleased with the compassionate care of all of the students. Anytime that we have been there we have seen older students that were completely respectful to teachers and adults and loving and thoughtful to all of the younger children. I have never seen this in any other type of school. I only have one daughter in school right now but pray that the school will continue so that all 4 children can grow and graduate from Grapeville.
Our daughter completed kindergarten last year and is on to 1st grade. We love Grapeville and hope to see many years of one on one attention for our child. How wonderful to have great teachers and be able to pray openly! a blessing
My son graduated from Grapeville and scored incredibly high on his SAT testing. He was given alot of schlorship money for college. we were very pleased with his education there. He loves the school.
i spent eleven years in grapeville i think it is a great school for instilling morals. if you would like your child to have a strong foundation and a christian out look this is the school for you!