Beyond the classroom, our students have the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of school-sponsored activities.
Our academic program is further enriched by extracurricular programs and experiences including chess, dance, cheer, karate, swim, soccer, basketball and others.
We meet in the Pre-Kindergarten room every Thursday afternoon.
Come join us for fun and challenging board games for kids of all ages!
National Elementary Honor Society
The National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) is the leader among educational organizational and societies that promotes recognition for middle level students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship , and character. Membership in National Elementary Honor Society is a privilege. The Honor Society member exhibits excellence in academics and leadership, displays honorable and admirable character, and demonstrates a commitment to service and good citizenship – all of which indicate that the member is willing to use personal talents and skills for the improvement of both self and society.
The Global Preparatory Academy Student Leadership Team consists of 10 students grades 4-7. The students plan community service projects, fundraisers, and social activities. They have held a food drive for Gleaners Community Food Bank, a hygiene drive for Macomb County Charities, participated in a fundraiser with Texas Roadhouse, and sponsored school dances for all students. They hold monthly meetings to plan, discuss, and vote on upcoming activities.
Food and Nutrition Class
Wellness group, contact Mrs. Turner at email@example.com
Global Preparatory Academy provides transportation for students who live more than a half mile from school. Bus routes change constantly to best accommodate our families. To request transportation for your child, indicate your preference within the enrollment application. Contact our school office with any questions.
Free Breakfast and Lunch
Global Preparatory Academy is 100% free lunch through the Community Eligibility Provision. Community eligibility provision (CEP) is an innovative program that makes it easier for high need schools to serve free meals – both breakfast and lunch.
PreK – 2nd (10:10 – 10:40 am)
3rd- 6th (10:45 – 11:15 am)
If you are interested in joining GPA’s Wellness Group, please contact Mrs. Douglas at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Wellness Group meets once a year in April to discuss the wellness policy requirements.
Please view our current Local Wellness Policy.