Student life at Grapevine Faith encompasses a variety of areas, including leadership, travel, community service, and spiritual life. Students of all grade levels and abilities have the opportunity to find a place to get involved, whether that’s Student Council, Bible Buddies, or Math Club. There’s something for everyone at Grapevine Faith!
ELEMENTARY | LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
- “Leader in Me” program infused with Scripture
- Classroom leadership opportunities at every grade level
- Post office run by 3rd grade
- Safety patrol, color guard, and assembly run by 5th grade
- Science Lab Assistants volunteer to care for classroom animals and set up lab equipment as needed before school
JUNIOR HIGH | LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
- Student Council members and all 8th grade students attend Leadership Rocks Conference
- 6th Graders organize and run Pre-K & Kindergarten Field Day
- 6th Graders organize and operate Winter Wonderland gift shop
- JH Student Council conducts tours during Grandparents’ Day, Open Houses, and other significant events
- JH Student Council organizes the Thanksgiving Basket Outreach to provide holiday meal baskets for 100 local families in need
- 8th grade students participate in a Student Leadership University conference through Lion Leadership 101
HIGH SCHOOL | LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
- Lion Leadership programs in the summer, to include travel to Washington, D.C., Europe, Israel, and Africa.
- Significant Task: Projects organized and executed by students. Lower class trips, chapels, mission trips, conferences, world travel, etc.
- Bible Buddies with Elementary students
- Student Council
- National Honor Society
- Student Congress
- Lion Leadership Program
- Creative Church Conference
- 9th Grade and High School Retreats: Planned, organized, and executed by senior class
Lion Leadership was created to provide accountability for students in the area of leadership development. Students in Lion Leadership work year round to build a personal leadership portfolio. This portfolio consists of “proof” or evidences that they have read the right books, met the right people, memorized the right things, and gone to the right places. These students are awarded credit for each of the “proofs” given in their portfolio. The accumulation of credits enables participating students to take advantage of the summer leadership program. Students must submit their completed portfolio before the end of the school year.