Greater Grace Christian Academy

Raising up the next generation of Christian leaders.

6063 Moravia Park Drive, Baltimore MD 21206 - 410 - 485 - 0700
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(410) 485-0700




Congratulations to our girls' varsity basketball team for winning the MCST State Tournament.
All tournament players were Madeline Weyer and Julia Chandler.
Hayley Lynch was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.
Samuel Phillips was also an all tournament player for the boys' team who made it to the semifinals.
In addition to those recognized in the State Tournament, the following individuals were voted to the MIAC all conference first team: Samuel Phillips, Madeline Weyer, and Julia Chandler.
Voted to the all conference second team: Hayley Lynch, Hailey Nye, and Auston Pellegrino.
Congratulations Eagles!

Sports Physical Form

  • Varsity Boys' Soccer 2017 Fall
  • Varsity Girls' Volleyball 2017 Fall
  • JV Girls Volleyball 2017 Fall
  • Middle School Boys Soccer 2017 Fall
  • Middle School Girls' Volleyball 2017 Fall

  • GGCA Home Fields and Gym
  • Greater Grace Youth Athletics is an instructional league run by Greater Grace Church on Saturdays.

    Soccer (grades K-7) September-November at Herring Run Park
    Basketball (grades 1-6) from January-March at the GGCA gymnasium
    Baseball/softball/T-ball (grades K-7) from April-June at Loch Raven Recreation Center (Glen Keith Avenue).


    For more information on Greater Grace Youth Athletics and to view schedules please visit the Greater Grace Youth Athletics (GGYA) page.

    Congratulations to the GGCA teams on great seasons in the Maryland Independent Athletic Conference. The varsity boys repeated as basketball champions for 2015-16. See the tournament details on the Maryland Independent Athletic Conference website:

    GGCA also participates in the Maryland Christian Schools Tournament. The varsity boys soccer won their 4th soccer championship in 2015.


    GGCA believes interscholastic athletics is an effective way to prepare students in some vital aspects of life while promoting a healthy and strong physical body and attitude. Young men and women learn how to overcome difficulties, support and encourage one another and be a team player. Special life skills such as leadership, selflessness and sacrifice are learned in the context of fellowship.