As a parent you want the best for your child. And as teachers, so do we.
We believe that the best education results when Christ is at the center of all we do, the Bible is our foundation and students learn through a whole child approach––nurturing their growth spiritually, academically, physically and socially. We invite you to visit us and learn more about how this happens at our school.
On April 2, Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered that students in Michigan will not be returning to K-12 school buildings for the rest of this academic year due to the COVID-19 virus and instead will learn remotely. Grayling Seventh-day Adventist School began remote learning on March 31, 2020, immediately after an extended Spring Break, and in accordance with the governor's mandate, will continue distance education through May 28, 2020 which is the end of our academic calendar year. Families will use our private parent Facebook page, Google Classroom, Jupiter Ed, and text and email correspondence to stay abreast of changes, utilize resources, and keep track of student progress.