Griggs International Academy
Griggs International Academy offers a full Kindergarten to 12th grade curriculum in regionally accredited programs.
Since our founding in 1909 as part of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, GIA has provided a Christian education to nearly a half million people around the world.We serve an essential part of life for hundreds of missionary families, as well as thousands of adult and school-age students who cannot or do not want to attend a traditional classroom school.
Summer School Offered
Summer Program Cost Notes
Tuition varies for each grade level ($592-$3500)
Summer Program Details
State Accredited Program
Flexible Class Schedule
Classes for Credit/Part Time Options
Dedicated College Counselor
Community Clubs/Activities Offered
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% Students of Color
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Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Average Class Size
List of Courses Offered
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Finances and Admission
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
Tuition varies for each grade lever ($1000-$3500)
Griggs is a faith-based online K12 school. We are a great option for students who would like to enroll full-time or who need a supplemental course. Our open enrollment provides flexibility and convenience for families with unique circumstances. We provide fellowship through Live Chapel, support and encouragement through Mentor Groups, and engagement and connection through contests, workshops, and more.
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