Elementary

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Our goal at Grace Brethren is that our students desire to love God and love people as we continue to strive for academic excellence in the classroom. We foster an environment that all of our students are able to learn about the world around them through the subjects of math, science, social studies and language arts. All of these subjects are taught and presented from a biblical worldview which helps prepare them to engage our world with character, integrity and values. In addition to our core subjects, students at Grace are exposed to a wide variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. These activities range from our outstanding Choir, PE, and computer classes to Spanish, drama, and robotics clubs that allow the students to explore and use all of the gifts and talents that the Lord has blessed them with.  Matt Cooper, Principal

 

Our Program

Co-curriculars

Working at Grace is an amazing way to impact the lives of our youth to give them the guidance and encouragement so that they can nourish the gifts God has given them and help them to be all the God wants them to be. Kathy Wardle, 6th Grade Teacher

Get In Touch

We welcome the opportunity to show you around our campus and share with you all the things that make Grace Brethren Elementary an outstanding choice. Please sign up for a campus tour. You may also call me at 805-527-0101 or email me at mcooper@gracebrethren.com.

Quick Facts

  • Rigorous academic standards
  • Qualified teachers who care for their students
  • Four co-curricular pull outs, choir, PE, computers and library
  • Student council for 3rd-6th grades
  • 4th grade travels to SF/Sac
  • Dynamic sports program
  • Robotics team for upper elementary
  • Extensive fine arts opportunities in drama, choir and band
  • Grade level appropriate field trips to enhance the curriculum
  • Extended Care program for working families

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Elementary News

GBES In The News

On Tuesday morning at Grace Brethren Elementary School in Simi Valley, an oddly normal sight appeared: backpacks and lunchboxes lining the walls.

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