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Athletics

Message from the Coach 
 
 The GCA Volleyball team is a team building sport for 5th-8th grade that involves communication and sportsmanship. We work together on building leaders both on and off as we show the students to help each other when in need. 
 
Coach's : 
  • Coach Meza
  • Coach Tolman 
  • Coach A. Rodriguez 
  • Message from the Coach

    The Garland Classical Academy flag football team is responsible for building team character and for showing 110% effort on game days, practices, and in their academic classes. To be a part of the flag football team, you must be a 5th through 8th-grade student. Tryouts are held in the summer and practices are held after school.

    Flag Football Coach's:
  • Coach Brown
  • Coach Fife
  • Coach Baskerville

Message from the Coaches

Basketball is a sport that uses observation, determination, and the willingness to be coachable and trusted. The athletes encompassed all these traits throughout every game and practice. To be successful and a winner at basketball is not always counted by the scoreboard at the end of the game but by the effort and the willingness to give it your all on the court and in the classroom. We're proud to say that I’ve coached the best group of athletes in the 2021 – 2022 season. 

Let’s Go, Hawks!

Girls Basketball Coach: Coach Bailey

Boys Basketball Coach: Coach Fife

Message from the Coach

The GCA Soccer Team practices Three times a week and play games against other teams in the metroplex. We learn to work together as a team, how to communicate, practice good sportsmanship, and build character on and off the field. 
 
 
 
Head coach: Coach Meza
Assistant coach: Coach Gonzalez

Garland Classical Academy participates in the National Junior Honor Society

NJHS membership is an outstanding opportunity to develop the habits and standards so important to success in high school, college, and a career. Think of it as making yourself #futuready. As an NJHS member, you’ll have exclusive access to robust tools and resources:

  • College admission and financial aid planning options, including webinars and a mini-website called Honor Your Future Now, which you can browse by yourself or with your family for college preparation tips

  • Help with financing your college education through the NJHS Outstanding Achievement Award, which each year recognizes 500 exceptional NJHS members who best reflect the values of membership with a college savings award

  • Service projects, both by the chapter and individual, allow you to build teamwork capabilities, hone project management aptitude, and make friends—all valuable life skills

Leadership development, motivation, and inspiration gained through your own chapter's work as well as three LEAD Conferences and NJHS State Summits held in select locations annually

About Student Council

Student Council promotes leadership, dedication, and school spirit through developing community awareness of student government. The purpose of the student council is to plan and organize activities that will foster the social growth and civic development of the student body.

2021-2022 Officers

Student Body President:

Donnie Dewberry 

Vice-President: 

Michael Aguilar 

Secretary: 

Andrea Salinas 

Co-Secretary: 

Amiyah Cushingberry 

Publicist: 

Emma Salinas-Vences 

Parliamentarian: 

Oscar Lara

8th Grade Representatives: 

Joel Bell 

Analuisa Moreno 

7th Grade Representatives: 

Amiyah Cushingberry 

Katherine Acosta 

6th Grade Representatives: 

TBA

Pokémon Club

Pokémon Club is a student lead, and student centered, club where common interest in all things Pokémon collides with opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals.
 
 
Starting August 13th the club will meet every Friday, from 4pm-5:30pm. The club will often have projects and games to play, prizes that can be won, but more often than not meetings consist of laughter and discussion about characters, strategies, and random facts regarding the game.
 
Pokémon club is open to all scholars in grades 3-8th grade.
 
From - Mr. Meza