U.S. News and World Report's 2015 rankings
Gilbert Classical Academy is ranked #10 in the Nation and #3 in the state.

Congratulations to the following teams that received awards at the ASU Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) Showcase. 
  • Third Place Pitch Funding:  Helping the Food Bank (Catherine Ahmadi, Annisa Jehning, Jeremy Kennedy, Delcia Peterson)
  • Second Place Pitch Funding:  Recycle Your Bicycle (Alex Terberg, Brendan McLeskey, Bryce Anderlohr, Jasim Ali)
  • Second Place Internet of Things:  Star Tours (Natalie Krieger, Johnny Gebara, Irish Rendon)
  • Second Place Epic EPICS Award:  Star Tours (Natalie Krieger, Johnny Gebara, Irish Rendon)
GCA was also awarded the Pioneer Award for the best new school to join the EPICS program this year, with six teams participating.   Over twenty schools from across the valley were represented at the Showcase.

See the attachment for the 2016 spring final exam schedule.
Final Exam Schedule.docx

  • ​Speech and Debate ​Coach
  • Varsity Volleyball coach
  • Coed Golf coach
  • Chess Coach
  • Volleyball coach

This year's AP Exam schedule is attached below!

Athletic News

For the latest sports schedules please go to the GCA VNN Sports Website http://gcaspartansports.com/.

The Junior High Spring Sports Awards Night is Tuesday, May 10th starting at 5:30 pm in the Cafeteria.

The State Track Meet is May 6-7! See the attachment for the tournament schedule.
SGCA COPIER16050210351.pdf
Sports Dress Code Attached Below

***If the Sports/Activities dress code is violated, students will be required to change into a T-Shirt/PE shorts until the end of the day and/or until parents can provide something for the violation. Coaches and Parents will be contacted for each violation and the team they are on may lose the privilege of dressing up for game days.***
sports dress code2015 (1) (1).pdf

PTO Events and News

Check out the GCA PTO web page for more events and info.

From the Principal

Hello Parents,
Crazy week!!!  Between the board meeting and decision, honoring our seniors and their accomplishments, and having fun at our jr. high luau last night, this letter was not going to make it out until I got some rest.  So moving forward we start our AP tests this week.  Our campus goes into quiet mode.  For the next two Wednesdays it is very important students do not hang around campus.  We need to get the campus cleared and quiet as soon as possible.  These tests have college implications for our students.  We need to give them the best testing atmosphere possible. Read more...